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What is Mindfulness?

Mindfulness uses clinically proven techniques to guide you in making significant positive changes in a relatively short space of time.

At the heart of Mindfulness is a conscious focusing of attention on the present moment without judging the experience. This allows us to become more aware of our thoughts, our emotions, and our bodily sensations. Through recognising our habits and automatic ways of reacting, we can learn to navigate challenges more effectively and make choices which are more aligned to what we truly need. We can learn to accept how things are, giving us more control in our choices on how we want to live our lives.

In a session your practitioner may use several techniques, such as meditation, mindful movement, discussions on the attitudes of Mindfulness, to help you make the changes you wish underpinned by a spirit of compassion for yourself and others.

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