Looking for space to meet like-minded people, where you can walk, chat and practise mindfulness? Then look no further! This weekly meet-up will give you just that.
On this experience you will be guided through a mini-mindfulness session to help you decompress at the start of the meetup. Following this the group will be ready to enjoy Poet's walk and it's stunning scenery, absorbing all the benefits that goes with this.
Complete the experience with an optional cold water swim in Clevedon Marine Lake and don't forget to bring a nice warming cup of tea!
Your host for this well-being experience is Claire from Harmony4Life Therapy. With over 16 years of experience under her belt, she will be giving you plenty of tips and guidance in how to weave mindfulness and wellbeing tips into your life.
What to expect:
Booking in a block of 4-6 weeks will give you free access to evidence-based CBT programmes.
Minimum fitness level required.
Age restrictions: 18+
|Adult (per meetup (or £38 for a block of 4))||£10.80|
Harmony4Life Therapy is run by Claire, a psychologist, hypnotherapist and life coach based in Bristol. Claire has over 16 years' of experience in helping people to bring positive change into their lives. Harmoney4Life Therapy offers women's wellbeing and mindfulness workshops that will help you connect, unwind and recharge.
I have a strong background in Psychology and have been using this to help people since 2006. I have completed a Natural Mindfulness course and would like to help others discover a deeper more mindful connection with nature.
I am passionate about the benefits of the great outdoors, exercise and social connection. I started outdoor swimming all year round in 2016 and set up a group to help others discover the benefits of this a year later. From this I know the impact of various factors that apply both to this and my other outdoor meetups- being outdoors, exercising, moral support, to mention just a few.
Social connection can benefit anyone at any time and if you are experiencing perimenopause or menopause symptoms this will be even more important for you. I am warm and welcoming and strive to help people feel included in any group.
I know how rewarding exercise can be in so many ways.
With a background in Psychology and someone who enjoys exercise I am especially interested in it's psychological impact. I have experienced this throughout my life and want to inspire others so that they can experience it too, especially during what can be a challenging time of life.
I strongly believe in the following concepts which underpin my meetups:
Exercise coupled with psychological techniques is really powerful and can help in many ways
By addressing both physical and psychological wellbeing we can reduce stress, anxiety and low mood and increase resilience
Ask your question directly to Harmony4Life Therapy.