Reconnect with your body to purposefully tackle climate change

Training for coaches who want to tackle climate change authentically. About this event This was held on Thursday 4th March 2021 as part of the CCA 24 Hour Conversation. In this workshop you will learn how to reconnect with your body using embodiment techniques to determine the most authentic way in which you can help ...

How to beat imposter syndrome – a yin and yang approach

How to beat imposter syndrome - a yin and yang approach
As a coach or therapist, if you’re fairly new… and even if you’ve been in the business for a few years, there’s a good chance that you don’t quite feel that you’re good enough or that other more famous, established professionals in your field are much better than you. This feeling comes from doubting your ...

How to overcome your limiting beliefs with movement – notes

This is for educational purposes only. If you are suffering from any mental or physical health issues, you are advised to seek the help of a professional. In this article, you will learn the basic structure of the EAST Method on how to apply a basic chi kung movement routine to overcome limiting beliefs. Summary ...

Move through your mindset – a short course

Move through your mindset - a short course
How gentle movement can overcome mind gremlins, limiting beliefs and emotional issues This is for educational purposes only. If you are suffering from any mental or physical health issues, you are advised to seek the help of a professional. Introducing the EAST Method It is well-known that beliefs and emotional issues can hold you back ...

Eight ways to make a lockdown easier to bear during a pandemic

Eight ways to make a lockdown easier to bear during a pandemic
What is the current situation? This article has been written during the pandemic lockdown in the UK. Currently, we are allowed to go out for essential trips such as food shopping and hospital visits as well as to exercise once a day. We should practice social distancing (2m apart). Otherwise, we should stay at home ...

Presenteeism – the invisible productivity killer

Presenteeism - the invisible productivity killer
Presenteeism is the term used to describe employees who go to work when they are unwell and should be at home. They are physically at work but not well enough to carry out their duties due to being physically unwell, or because of a mental health issue, or both. This happens in all sectors and ...

How to develop acceptance and find peace in an ever changing world

How to develop acceptance and find peace in an ever changing world
Life is not perfect. It has its ups and downs. If you’re lucky, you will have experienced some events that have been amazing but even with these great times, you will have experienced unhappy times, and some people may have experienced truly devastating times. How can we learn to ride these waves, to become more ...

Boredom is great

Boredom is great
Are you always on the go? Do you feel the need to be productive or to be doing something… anything? Are you trying to find the bottom of Facebook and Instagram? Do you whip out your phone when you’re on a train or bus? Do you walk around with your phone in your hand? Well, ...

Mindfulness Ideas Part 1

Mindfulness Ideas Part 1
Here are some mindfulness ideas, in no particular order. Many of these can be done with children. 1 Long pencil colouring: standing at a table, hold the pencil at the far end so it’s hard to control the detail, draw something like a tree or a house, practice accepting the lack of control and the ...

Why do I need mindfulness?

Do you worry, get angry or suffer from stress and anxiety? Worried about things all the time? Always hooting your car horn when people cut you up? Impatient or easily angered by others? Find it hard to focus at work? Easily distracted? Always worried what people think about you? Feeling stressed all the time? Constantly ...