You’ll be crying in a minute! – Guest blog by Slow Coach Sarah

Sarah Thayer is committed to personal development, having invested in a range of training and personal development over the course of 20+ years, including NLP, Coaching and holistic health & wellbeing training. She is also a qualified and experienced Counsellor. You’ll be crying in a minute! It’s time to bin-off those outdated beliefs and start…

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Workplace Wellbeing: more than plants and yoga sessions

What is ‘Wellbeing’ and how is this relevant to the workplace? According to the World Health Organisation a state of wellbeing is when: “Every individual realises his or her own potential, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully and is able to make a contribution to her or his…

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Mindful Walking : A New Dimension

Its Summer ! It’s the Summer and traditionally a time for revealing more of our body to the world. One of the first things to go is my boots – replaced by flip flops and sandals. Not only does the feeling of the air around my feet give me a feeling of freedom, but it…

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Calling All HR Professionals!

As April is Stress Awareness Month we asked HR expert Nina Mayler to write this guest blog for us: Calling all HR professionals! Are you feeling the stress of carrying a heavy employee relations caseload? Take the weight off your plate this month… As we see signs of early Spring with bouts of sunshine and slightly…

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Healthy body, healthy mind – be active, reduce stress & improve resilience

Most of us know that being active is good for us – the challenge is finding something you like to do and the time to do it. With the stresses of modern life, time plugged into screens and sedentary work on the rise, there’s a need to get moving both within the workplace and outside…

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Embracing Life’s Challenges With Gratitude

I have recently returned from a trip to a remote island in the Caribbean called Carriacou. It is part of a group of islands called the Grenadines, has only 2000 residents, and is both mountainous and beautiful. However, within and hour of arrival I found my resilience was tested – as was my gratitude. My…

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A Bouncing Twelve Days of Christmas For You!

Are you calmly roasting your chestnuts over an open fire, listening to Bing Crosby while watching the twinkle of your Christmas tree lights? No? I didn’t think so! There’s no escaping the temptation to live fast and do more these days. The advent of technology was intended to give us more free time, but for…

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Legs, ideals and the WI!

Tonight I had the pleasure of speaking about mental resilience at the local WI group. After a lovely warm welcome I started to share my story – of my diving injury and consequent stroke and how my stubborn streak and personal development had got me through. As I was speaking I could see nods of…

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How To Combat Heavy Energy

  The last few days I have felt a very heavy energy around and know many people going through challenges or having headaches. If this is you here are a few tips to help: Go barefoot! Get outside and ground yourself – spend 5 minutes in nature as many times through the day as you…

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Did Your Bounce Bail?

  I love following the posts of other mentors out there and a post about Spiritual Flu from Elizabeth Peru hit home so I thought I would share it… and it seems others are feeling the same. Recently I’ve been suffering with a mystery virus – for the last few weeks I was getting up…

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