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Individual Mindfulness/Mindful Self-Compassion Coaching

Don’t fancy group learning or have a particular problem you want these approaches to help with? Some of us learn these meditation based approaches through self-help books, others through group programmes and sometimes working individually with a skilled teacher works best. Individual mindfulness or mindful self-compassion coaching offers you the guidance and support that fits your personal needs and schedule. Through this process you will develop your own resources and the skills to nourish your relationship with self, others and your life. Sessions are one hour and weekly, with a schedule of home practices to do in between sessions specifically tailored to your particular situation and needs.

Mindfulness/Mindful Self-Compassion Mentoring

Been meditating for a while and need some support? This is an opportunity for people with a current and even long-standing meditation practice who may want some guidance, refinement and support to deepen practice with the support of a senior teacher. When ‘the rubber hits the road’ as Jon Kabat-Zinn phrases it we can really benefit from some support to reflect on how best to integrate our practice and learnings into daily life at work and within the family. Meetings are on an adhoc basis, no regular commitment required.

Why train with me?

I’m senior teacher who supervises and trains mindfulness and mindful self-compassion teachers. My experience includes supporting individuals and groups in a wide variety of settings and with issues such as chronic illness, severely debilitating anxiety, life transitions, relationship stress and burnout.  See more in about me

Cost, Location and Times 

Cost for 1 Hour: I charge on a sliding scale £55 to £70 depending on your financial situation.

All sessions are online and my availability varies. You can book an initial session with me here or email or tel 07929 295685 for a free 15 min orientation.

Meditation practice isn’t about trying to throw ourselves away and become something better. It’s about befriending who we are already. The ground of practice is you or me or whoever we are right now, just as we are. That’s what we come to know with tremendous curiosity and interest.” Pema Chodron