By Amanda Roberts - 8th December 2017 6:00am
The pace in which we live our lives is ever increasing and this can lead us to have very busy minds. Mindfulness is the skill of focusing your awareness and attention onto the present moment, to your thoughts and to the world around you. It is known to greatly improve your quality of life and leave the individual with a real sense of well being. It can complement classes like Yoga and Pilates as exercise of the mind.
My talks aim to introduce some useful mindfulness techniques that can be used in every day life to help prepare us to face busy times and stressful situations with a much calmer approach. They cover a whole wide range of topics and are suitable for any age groups.
I am delighted to have booked an Introductory Session at Tarvin Community Centre in January and look forward to sharing my passion within the community.
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