Is it time to be mindful?

I live in Enfield and I’m so pleased to be able to offer my Mindful Time programme to everyone who needs mindfulness in my local area. Currently, I’m also working in Haringey, Enfield, Barnet and Hertford, but I am happy to travel.

The need for mindfulness is needed more than ever. I feel so strongly about this and the time to be mindful is now! Check out how the NHS sums up mindfulness.

The COVID19 virus has been a great source of stress and anguish for everyone. Especially those who have lost loved ones. Those who have worried about loved ones being ill. The uncertainty of knowing what the future will bring for those who lost their jobs, or have been paid less. Many people have had to work from home, so naturally, it has been a very stressful time.

It really has been one of the most difficult times I’ve ever known. As a result young children and families have suffered a lot of anxiety. The fact that children have not been able to attend their schools and not given the opportunity to socialise with their friends has also caused an emotional upheaval.

The effects of today’s pandemic have had a toll on our mental well being. So it is only natural that young children have experienced stress and anxiety too.

I am grateful for the opportunity I have had to be able to help children become less anxious and more relaxed. By helping them learn strategies using my simple 4 step Mindful Time scheme. The results have been satisfying. As well as having positive feedback from parent/carers thanking me for helping their children become more empowered and calmer which is nice to hear. I also get great pleasure from seeing stressed children become happier and more peaceful.

Mindful Time has been created especially for teachers, young children, parents/carers, in fact, anyone who would like to learn to be mindful. It would be excellent for childminders, grandparents, foster carers and so forth.

Mindfulness can also foster happiness and calm.

It improves communication and creates more compassion and understanding. Learning important things, such as:

  • How to handle strong emotions

  • How to take care of anger

  • How to relax and release tension

  • How to restore communication and reconcile with others.

The practise of mindfulness can bring about a deep change. Mindfulness helps us learn to love themselves and others. Here are 9 ways mindfulness reduces stress.

If you would like to know how Mindful Time can help. Whether it’s at your home, school or setting be a calmer, happier and more loving place. Please contact me to arrange a meeting, where I can explain the programme to you.

Happy parents/carers, happy children and happy teachers really can change the world!

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