Courses and sessions
My work comes from the foundation of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), the original and most scientifically-proven mindfulness programme.
Building on that, I bring together my authentic warmth, with experience and further training so that the programmes I offer really do help people cultivate their emotional, psychological and physical wellbeing, leading to greater resilience and growth.
Research has shown measurable benefits lasting after good-quality mindfulness training - see information about the evidence-base at the base of the page.
Contact me here to discuss the needs of your group or organization:
Option to choose a custom course
- More focus, less distraction
- Facing uncertainty and change
- Better self-regulation
- Managing stress
- Stability and flexibility
Full MBSR for a group of 10 - 15 as below:
8 x weekly 2.5 hour sessions, plus a day of mindfulness retreat
Audio recordings and course notes.
Broad and deep curriculum
Support for each participant
Mental Wellbeing 1:1
I love to help people learn to live with more ease, peace, well-being and joy, through increasing their mental, physical and emotional well-being. The sessions can be tailored to any level of mindfulness experience including beginners.
• Learn tools for growth and personal resilience
• Build a habit of mindfulness practice
• Learn better ways of self-regulation of your nervous system, mind and body
• Improve your attention, concentration, relationships and sleep.
• Reduce the impact of stress and anxiety
• Find your way through transition, crisis or loss
I offer a free 15 minute chat for you to find out more and see if this could be right for you
Custom group or individual work
by arrangement. Group bookings offer good value per person.
Full MBSR course cost:
Minimum booking: group of 10
$675pp or by 9 weekly instalments of $75pp
Regular Practice groups dates:
All welcome : Meadowbank, 75 mins
Tuesdays, 1pm, 1st Tuesday/ month
Mindfulness course grads:
Evening - in person and Zoom
4th Tuesday/month, 7pm
No groups 10 Dec - 20 Jan
Evidence supports the benefit of mindfulness to health and wellbeing, with results showing positive effects on several aspects of whole-person health. This includes the mind, the brain, the body and behaviour, as well as a person’s relationships with others. Mindfulness has also shown to help with a number of conditions, including stress, anxiety, depression, sleeping problems, addictive behaviours and physical problems, like hypertension, heart disease and chronic pain.
- UK Govt: National Institute for Health and Care Excellence
The benefits of mindfulness meditation include increased concentration, productivity, physical and psychological resilience and the ability to respond skilfully to stressful situations. Meditation is also effective in decreasing depression, physical pain, emotional reactivity and the reliance on unhealthy coping behaviors.
- Harvard University (which offers MBSR courses to both students and staff)