Your Wellbeing Matters!
Engineering The Mind Working with young people (and their parents) means helping them understand the basics of designing a future self who...
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What people have said about our coaching and therapies.
Susan Emmett | Women’s Wellbeing participant
I enjoyed the women’s well-being course on Friday. I wasn’t sure what to expect but found the day very relaxing and it was enhanced by beautiful weather and the peaceful setting of the physic garden!
I left the women’s wellbeing day feeling refreshed with some useful tips for ‘mind calming’ and new ideas to improve and widen my attention while trying to be mindful. A very pleasant experience with like-minded people. I would certainly recommend it to others.
Jane Carradice | Women’s Wellbeing participant
Dilston Physic Garden in the sunshine was a fantastic setting for this wellbeing course, providing a welcome opportunity to get in touch with nature and with myself. The course offered a perfect mix of meditation and contemplation and I learned useful techniques to integrate these practices into my everyday life.
Louise Wells | Me Day - Mind Spa participant
I just wanted to say thank you for yesterday’s Mind Spa workshop which I really enjoyed. It gave me clarity and food for thought.
Polly | Carer-Care participant
Thank you so much for today. It was amazing. I arrived, as you may have noticed, with the worries of a PLC and “interruptions”. I left with a clearer head and a lighter heart, straighter back and definition/clarity to a big life change. Many thanks for such an interactive and positive day!!!!
Pippa | Mother
Kay has taught us all how to think differently. We don’t have the power to change what happened to our 5-year-old daughter, but we have the power to make damned sure it doesn’t define us. Our duty to our children IS to rise up and live our best life. To hold onto anger and sadness only hurts our family more. Kay has taught us all so much about ourselves and how to heal ourselves and each other. We are eternally grateful. We owe you a lifelong debt of gratitude. Thank you for your work. You are amazing.
And your brainwave drawing – a practical demo of how you can actually influence the state of mind just with a pen and paper it gets great results.