Daily Depression Searches Online ‘Reach 39,059’

Going on mindfulness training courses could help many people in the UK, with depression seemingly a growing problem – so much so in fact that there are 39,059 daily searches conducted online using the word ‘depression’ in the UK.

This is according to the Priory Group, which found that there are 27 searches per minute for [...]

By |January 23rd, 2015|Mindfulness|0 Comments

How do I get NLP working for me? – Webinar

How do I get NLP working for me? How to get rid of bad habits. 

I want this webinar to add real value to you. NLP solves real problems for people and it creates change, so amongst other things during this particular webinar we provide you with some exercises for you to do to help you [...]

By |January 22nd, 2015|NLP Training Video|5 Comments

5 Of The Best… Mindfulness Apps

Everyone needs a bit of help every now and again, and if you’re feeling particularly stressed out, depressed or anxious, undergoing mindfulness training could help anchor you more in the present and teach you how to react to certain situations more positively. Here are some of the best mindfulness apps out there to help you [...]

By |January 16th, 2015|Mindfulness|0 Comments

You are amazing – Create the life that you want

Create the life that you want
I have created this video with gratitude and respect for you. My wish for you is that you achieve your dreams and bless the people around you with your presence.

You truly are amazing and unique, a shining star in this wonderful world that we live in. We can’t always be [...]

By |January 14th, 2015|NLP Training|4 Comments

NLP Training To Combat Money Worries?

January is a time when a lot of people stop and take stock of their lives, trying to make improvements wherever they can – and a lot of the time, this relates back to our financial situations and how we can change to get rid of any money worries that we might have. Going on NLP [...]

By |January 9th, 2015|NLP Training|0 Comments

Inmates Use Mindfulness Training To Stop Smoking

Mindfulness training is being used at a Scottish prison to help the inmates ditch the cigarettes, with an eight-week course in the increasingly popular practice looking at areas including thoughts, emotions and kindness, while simultaneously helping people get over their cravings.

Official statistics have revealed that over 70 per cent of prisoners in Scotland smoke and the Scottish Prison [...]

By |January 7th, 2015|Mindfulness|0 Comments

5 Mindfulness Tips To Beat Christmas Stress

Christmas can be a wonderful time of year but it can also be a particularly stressful one, with all sorts of unexpected pressures – but you can keep on top of it all if you consider taking mindfulness courses before the big day. To get you started, here are five quick tips.


If you’ve never done [...]

By |December 15th, 2014|Mindfulness|0 Comments

How Can NLP Training Help You?

NLP training, or neuro-linguistic programming, is a way of training yourself to respond to stimuli in a new and more positive fashion in order to encourage new behaviours in yourself. There are numerous benefits to the practice, so do some research to see how it can help you today. It could be just the thing [...]

By |December 3rd, 2014|NLP Techniques|0 Comments

Beat The Winter With Mindfulness & Meditation

Older people concerned about making it through the winter in one piece and who are worried about how the cold weather could affect their joints might want to ditch the prescription medication in favour of meditation and mindfulness courses online.

Relaxation techniques can do an awful lot of good when it comes to managing pain and discomfort, so [...]

By |November 25th, 2014|Mindfulness|0 Comments

How To Practice Mindfulness

Life can be particularly stressful and the older you get, the more stressful it is likely to become – so why not consider going for mindfulness training online and start practising a bit of the therapy every day? It can really help you to deal with whatever life throws at you, helping to anchor you in [...]

By |November 24th, 2014|Mindfulness|0 Comments