Mindfulness is about bringing present moment awareness to our daily lives, in the spirit of compassion for the difficulties and we and other might be experiencing.
It is about taking a pause, making a space in which we can notice the fullness of our experience and – through learning various practices – become more skilled at managing our lives.
Through practicing Mindfulness, we become better able to notice old familiar behaviour patterns that no longer serve us, and establish new approaches that enable us to respond in ways that are more effective and wholesome.
Contemporary cross-disciplinary research, particularly in the field of neuroscience, has shown that regular Mindfulness practice can be very helpful in managing
stress, anxiety and the challenges of daily life, as well as improving clarity of thinking and the quality of one’s relationships. As a Mindfulness practitioner and certified Mindfulness trainer, my approach to all my offerings is firmly grounded in the principles and attitudes of Mindfulness.