You can’t stop the waves but you can learn how to surf!
The recent pandemic is like nothing we have experienced before on every level of our lives.
As each day unfolds and weeks and months pass there is a realisation that things may never be the same again. Do you feel this is good or bad?
The way we think and what we think hugely affects how we feel and how we respond in any situation.
Mindfulness is a popular technique which helps you gain control over thoughts and how you feel therefore building up your resilience especially in times like these.
If we can learn a way to manage our thinking this in turn will allow us to manage how we feel and how we respond to any situation…sound good?
Through short practices we learn how to bring attention to the present moment allowing us to:
~ Notice how thoughts come and go in our mind, recognising that they are transient.
~ Notice what our body is telling us as we hold a lot of our stress physically in our bodies
~ Create space between us and our thoughts so we can choose how to respond in any situation.
Create some space to pause and acknowledge how you’re feeling.
Become more objective and choose how to respond in situations.
Reduce stress by managing thoughts and emotions.
Unhook from unhelpful thoughts and emotions.
Morning sessions: 10am – 10.30am Tuesday and Thursday
Evening sessions: 7pm – 7.30pm Tuesday and Thursday
As we slowly ease out of lock down and create a new way of living I continue to offer sessions for free (to ensure accessibility for everyone) with the option for people to contribute if they wish. This can be paid through Paypal…
(Suggested exchange £5 per session)