“Mindfulness is the awareness that arises through paying attention, on purpose, in the present moment, non-judgmentally, in the service of self-understanding and wisdom.”

- Jon Kabat-Zinn, founder of the Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Course


Mindfulness and self compassion can be practiced with meditations and exercises. Becoming more mindful and self compassionate makes you more aware of your thoughts, emotions and behaviours. Becoming more aware of your inner situation gives you an opportunity to respond instead of react to your outer situation. It brings you into more awe of everything around you and it deepens your connection with yourself and others.

Do  you feel like...

  • You are living in the past or the future?

  • You are so caught up in thoughts that you forget things?

  • You are always chasing your to do list?

  • You don’t have time to take a break?

  • You don't have time to take care of yourself?

  • You are constantly rushed and feeling stressed?

Would you like to...

  • Be aware of what is happening around you in every moment of your life?

  • Be present to notice all the moments with your children, family and friends?

  • Take better care of yourself?

  • Be kind and compassionate towards yourself and others around you?

  • Be able to calm yourself down?

  • Feel calm and centered in every situation?

If you answered  yes  to any of these questions,

mindfulness and self compassion practices and exercises can be very beneficial to be fully present in your precious life from moment to moment instead of being caught up in thoughts and being run by your mind stuck in the past or worried about the future. 


If you would like to be guided on the path towards more mindfulness and self-compassion, please contact me for an 8 week mindfulness and self-compassion package.

I offer a free 15-min discovery call to answer any questions about the coaching process and how I can help you best.

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