We specialise in helping busy professionals re-design their work /life balance to reflect less stress and more joy.
If you are looking to make some lasting changes, you're going to need a plan.
Our programs wrap coaching around mindfulness, meditation and clinical hypnotherapy, to give you practical tools and a personal roadmap that defines your version of balance and joy.
Executive and Wellbeing Coaching
If you're a busy professional or mum, coaching is a very effective way for you to prioritize the things that matter to you most, so you can let go of the things that don’t.
Juggling multiple responsibilities can sometimes feel like you’re on a treadmill. You may be ‘getting it all done’ but if you’re missing a sense of balance or direction or enjoyment, then its time to take some time out to define what’s important to you and where you want to go not just in your career but in life .
Coaching isn’t the same as therapy or good download session with your best friend.
Coaching discussions follow a process that helps you to organize your thinking in a structured way. They support you to stay focused and build momentum to discover creative solutions, positive change and new perspectives.
As well as coaching , our one on one packages include practical techniques to support stress reduction on a busy schedule.
Mindfulness & Meditation
Mindfulness does for the mind what going to the gym does for the body.
The practice of mindfulness is defined as ‘becoming aware and paying attention to the present moment’.
Today there are over 10,000 studies published and mindfulness is widely taught in the medical, education, and private sectors. Acknowledged to be highly beneficial in the management of emotional, mental and physical health, regular practice not only changes the biochemistry of the body, it can also change the structure of the brain. We help you learn how to be integrate mindful practices into your busy schedule, using practical, simple techniques to support stress reduction and a greater sense of wellbeing.
Research shows the benefits of mindfulness include:
Dr David Spiegel, the Associate Chair of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science at Stanford University describes hypnosis as being “to consciousness what a telephoto lens is to a camera.”
Almost 45-50% of things you do in a day may feel like a decision, but they're habits. Many of our habits are unconscious for example, driving your car or breathing; you don’t have to proactively think about it, it is automatic.
Not surprisingly, good habits positively support your general health and wellbeing. Bad habits in the other hand (and we all have them) can create negative outcomes that impact all areas of your life, from health and relationships to your career.
Hypnotherapy can be very effective in helping to eliminate poor habits, shift limiting beliefs and create new ones to foster positive changes.