If our thoughts and awareness dwell on our past or future we miss the richness and power of the present moment. Mindfulness, which stems from Buddhist practices, is developed through the practice of meditation and by paying attention to what you are doing and to how you are feeling in the moment. It has gained in acceptance and popularity as its mental health benefits have been recognised. It has been shown to reduce depression, stress and anxiety, as well as leading to greater sensory acuity, wellbeing, self-understanding and better relationships.
Dr Leah Callebaut
Offering mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) courses and talking therapy
Offering courses in mindfulness and meditation
Offering Wellness Coaching and Mindfulness
Offering Psychodynamic Therapy, Mindfulness, Individual and Couples Counselling
Offering Mindfulness for Drivers and Learners and Photography for Wellbeing
Offering Mindfulness for Stress and Health courses
Offering Brainspotting trauma release therapy, one-to-one Meditation guidance, one-to-one yoga therapy, sound healing and Tui Na massage.
Jo Fellows , Pam Morris