Constant tension has a negative effect on our relationships with loved ones and at work. When we are angry or nervous, we tend to act under pressure. Conversely, when we practice mindfulness, we enter into a state of active, open attention to the present moment. This allows us to prioritise reason over emotion and to show more of who we really are. It is more effective to develop a new, healthy lifestyle that is incompatible with the original unhealthy one than to eliminate bad habits.

Mindfulness is the practice of being fully present and engaged in the moment, aware of your thoughts and feelings without distraction or judgement. The purpose of mindfulness training is to help you better manage your energy, improve your concentration, reduce tension, make your actions more effective and improve your problem-solving skills. By incorporating mindfulness into your daily routine, you will improve the quality of your life and the lives of your loved ones.

Mindfulness training focuses on different techniques to cultivate mindfulness. You will learn how to control your breathing, reduce muscle tension, work with sensations and thoughts, and understand the importance of rest. These practices can help you stay calm and centred, even in stressful situations.

Mindfulness training can be a powerful tool for dealing with anxiety, depressive thoughts or a tendency to be overly reactive (for people who often 'explode' etc). There are countless ways to practice mindfulness - some techniques take a few seconds, while others can take an hour. Together we can find the mindfulness techniques that work best for you and help you create a more balanced and peaceful life.