Want to improve your concentration and become less easily distracted? Increase your self-awareness, have better relationships and make better decisions? Reduce stress, fight depression and boost your immune system? Then you’ve come to the right place!
Many people read about mindfulness, but don’t know how or where to begin their journey. Others experience the benefits during a class or might have downloaded an app, but then struggle to make it a part of their daily routine and need help getting over the ‘habit’ hurdle.
Whatever your previous experience, I can help support you and your loved ones on your mindfulness and meditation journey. I will guide you through various mindfulness meditation practices and explain their context. I will be there to offer knowledge, guidance, support and share useful practices and tips to help you integrate mindfulness into your daily life and routine.
I’ve delivered mindfulness training for companies including Google Campus, Crossrail, Lululemon, Lights of Soho, Berkeley Homes Group, Wework, Mastercard, Atom 42 and Pure PR.
My sessions can be held over Skype or face-to-face. Book on an ad hoc basis and fit me in and around your schedule, or line up a regular slot to get you started. I’m also happy to work with couples or small groups.
Curious? Listen to my 5 minute mindfulness meditation HERE or get in touch firstname.lastname@example.org / 07764 487950.
“…thanks for guiding us over the past six weeks. It’s made a real difference.” Paul
“It’s accessible and easy to use in real world situations.” Anonymous
“They were great sessions, and a lot of what you taught us has really stuck with me.” Ben
“I liked the way that Lucy addressed negative things we might be feeling, as well as the positive. For example, pointing out that we might be feeling discomfort in a certain body part. Addressing this head on made me feel like I could say potentially negative things during the discussion bits, which was very freeing” Anonymous
“I liked that Lucy’s techniques were short and simple. I also liked that it wasn’t spiritual but more experiential” Anonymous