Mindfulness refers to bringing our attention to the here and now, and allowing things to be as they are. Attention to the things that are happening in this very moment. This may sound easy, but how many times is our attention redirected by our thoughts? Although thinking is undeniably very handy, as it allows us to make plans and solve difficult problems, at the same time, it can trigger problems in our life. My approach to mindfulness, based on acceptance and commitment theory, focuses on helping my clients to lead a rich and fulfilling life, no matter what issues or challenges are going on for them. Our minds can easily get lost in over thinking, worrying and ruminating. Since our thoughts often drive our emotions and feelings, mindfulness teaches us to see our thoughts for what they are and bring our attention on more productive or useful thoughts. Mindfulness also allows us to enjoy our lives more by focusing on the here and now. You will be able to create a different relationship with your thoughts, feelings, and emotions in order to lead a more fulfilling and productive life without being hooked in and affected so much by your thoughts.
Nature connection and outdoor adventure bring such a spark to our lives. Humans are intrinsically linked to the natural world, whether it's the landscape, water, animals, plants or trees. Playing in nature connects us to an authentic link that we all carry and which helps us feel a deep sense of connection to ourselves and the world around us. On top of that, it's a real adventure and a lot of fun. As a Mountain Leader and Forest School leader, I can offer bespoke outdoor adventures. As a Life Coach, Mindfulness teacher and with my background in Psychology, I can offer an experience to either kick back and relax, or seek personal knowledge and deep personal transformation.