Mindfulness Practice is the switching from autopilot, the stepping back in our minds from thoughts on the past or future to concentrate entirely in the present. Simply put, once we become aware of how our thoughts are guiding us, we are better able to make more considered decisions about how to act. Through the guided breathing exercises of meditation and the movements of yoga, the mind is eased into a calmer, more reflective, state that brings proven relief from stress, depression and anxiety.
My Mindfulness Teacher Journey
For me, Mindfulness effortlessly combined all my passions in one. I was further astounded to discover that the co-founder of Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), Dr Zindel Segal, was working in the same hospital as me in Toronto. I eagerly took the chance to study MBCT from its founder and went on to train in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) in San Diego, again learning the practice from leading experts in the field.
Mindfulness Teacher London
Having relocated back to London I offer Mindfulness courses in groups in Mill Hill, London. I offer private Mindfulness courses in your own home. I see clients in person 1:2:1 in Mill Hill, the City and Canary wharf in London. I teach clients 1:2:1 online. I hold Mindfulness Retreat Days in Mill Hill, London. It’s a great to see the transformation in people completing the eight week MBCT course. I have seen individuals find real relief, whether using Mindfulness to ease stress, fend off depressive thoughts or cope with anxiety. I am listed as a Mindfulness teacher by Mindful Directory and recognised by the British Association for Mindfulness-Based Approaches previously known as the UK Network for Mindfulness-Based Teacher Training and listed on the international ACCESS MBCT. I am recognized as a specialist by most insurance providers.