How mindfulness can help
Meet the well teachers
co-founder / teacher / experienced trauma counsellor /
ngo business practitioner
Amanda uses her academic business training to help NGO's be more effective in making the world a better place.
Working with trauma and taking a special interest in women's rights is what feeds her soul. Mindfulness practice is what brings it all together for her.
The belief that there is a form of Mindfulness that can benefit everyone, regardless of their circumstances is what led Amanda on this journey to teaching this powerful skill.
co-founder / teacher / clinical psychologist
Saskia works with individual adults and adolescents as a Clinical Psychologist in private practice.
Her prior work in the prison system and addiction treatment facilities played a significant role in her interest to find more effective ways of dealing with and healing from emotional pain.
It brought her to Mindfulness.
You'll find soon into meeting her that she's quite passionate about this topic.
Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction was designed to ease our chronically stressed nervous systems. Previous participants report a reduction in the adverse mental and physical effects of stress and burnout.
Decreases anxiety & depression
Research shows that Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy is one of the most effective approaches to prevent depressive relapse and aiding in recovery from depression and anxiety.
Improves attention & concentration
Mindfulness Based Interventions have been shown to increase cognitive ability and focus, improve memory and decision making capacity and cultivate the ability to respond skilfully instead of reacting impulsively.
Helps you sleep better
Having a regular Mindfulness practice is shown to improve sleep quality.