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Meditation and Kundalini Yoga

As we head towards the Winter Solstice and the nights draw in, this season offers us a very special time for reflection and meditation. Meditation is a process that is widely misunderstood and, like all self-initiating mind / body practices, needs to be experienced to be appreciated. Here are some reasons for trying… Why meditate? […]

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Moving out of isolation

During lockdown many of us have experienced isolation in some way. Some of us more profoundly than others. The extraordinary circumstances we’ve found ourselves in for so many months have highlighted just how much even small daily connections with people matter and make a difference to our wellbeing. Virtual connections during this time have been […]

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Distance Healing

With the relaxation of most of the rules relating to complementary therapies (at the moment there remain restrictions about treatments on the face) many people may be considering visiting their therapist to catch up on missed treatments. Receiving a hands-on treatment is likely, however, to be a very different experience post-lockdown. The treatment session may […]

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The benefits of forest therapy

Forest therapy is an evidence-based therapeutic practice that connects people to natural environments through gentle sensory based guided mindfulness exercises. It’s not the same as taking the dog out or identifying species, it’s about connecting to nature and moving into feeling compassion for the natural world. I facilitate a series of group and individual meditation […]

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