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I have some maps and a good compass, but ultimately my role is to walk beside you on your own path, letting you lead the way, while being present for you and supporting you at each step.

About Sarah

I have a personal daily mindfulness practice that goes back many years, and try to live out my beliefs by exercising regularly (walking, trail running, yoga), and maintaining a wholesome, balanced diet and lifestyle.

I focus on living each day with a sense of openness, curiosity and compassion.

I have been happily married for over 20 years and have two children in their teens. We live together in an old house in a wild garden with our menagerie of dogs, cats and birds, Blondie the SPCA rescue horse and a pot-bellied pig called Eliza Doolittle.

I find great fulfilment in using Mindfulness practice as a means to ease myself and my family through the challenges and demands of 21st century life.

I constantly find myself deeply moved by witnessing my clients’ shifts in awareness towards a greater sense of self-acceptance, integration, competence, balance and harmony in their lives.

As a wife and parent of two teenagers, I find great fulfilment in using Mindfulness practice as a means to ease myself and my family through the challenges and demands of 21st century life.

With Mindspace I offer the following interventions:

Individual sessions

Mindfulness Training – as part of our regular programme or on request

Mindful Parenting – individuals and courses

Mindful Walking – individuals or groups, silent or in dialogue

Qualifications:

BA Cultural History and English (UCT)

Postgraduate Diploma in Adult Education (UCT)

BA Hons – Counselling Psychology (UNISA)

Registered Hiking and Mountaineering Guide

Certificate courses in counselling, facilitation and positive parenting

Postgraduate certification in Mindfulness-Based Interventions (SUN Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences)