Welcome to Mindful-Being. My name is Amy, I am a mindfulness training facilitator. I am a registered member of the UK Mindfulness Association and hold a Post Graduate Diploma in Mindfulness Studies. I offer mindfulness training opportunities both in person and on line.
I have worked in a range of different settings, from Managing non-profit organizations and Team development, to facilitation of 1:1 and group processes with clients from a range of backgrounds and a diverse range of life experiences. Some looking to turn around addictive behaviors, individuals facing challenges around anxiety, low self esteem and depression, others with a desire to move towards transforming their lives in some way, whether through overcoming blocks in relationships or in relation to their careers.
My early career in the field of Community Development, Management and Group facilitation gave me a solid background in supporting individuals and groups towards growth. I have taken this experience into my current role as a Mindfulness facilitator and now support clients on their journeys through teaching mindfulness practice, a practice of developing greater presence and awareness leading to transformational change.
My work is driven by supporting individuals to move into a space where they can begin to value and accept themselves for who they are in that moment. My belief is that changes can only begin to take place once we start to treat ourselves with greater kindness. It can feel counter-intuitive to accept the things about yourself that you ‘don’t like’ but experience shows me that only once we shine a warmer light on our challenges can transformation begin.
From a place of compassion we are more able to authentically challenge ourselves to assess how we really want our lives to be then creating space to make practical and emotional steps towards this reality, and the exciting journey begins!
So please get in touch for a free initial session so I can hear more about you and you can get to know me and more about what mindful-being offers.