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Mindfulness is a way of paying attention to the present moment, using techniques like meditation, and breathing. This practice helps us become more aware of our thoughts and feelings so that instead of being overwhelmed by them, we’re better able to manage them.

Practising mindfulness can give people an insight into their emotions, boost their attention and concentration and improve relationships with family friends and work colleagues.

It’s proven to help people with stress, anxiety, lack of confidence and depression,  can even have helpful results on physical issues such as  chronic pain and heart disease.

  •  Improves both mental and physical health.

  • Enhances emotional intelligence, notably self-awareness and the capacity to manage distressing emotions.

It also delivers these measurable benefits:

  • Reduced stress.

  • Lowers blood pressure.

  • Improved memory.

  • Helps to improve stress levels, reduce anxiety and panic attacks, to feel calmer and less tense, be in the present moment.

  • Improvement in general health and vitality.

  • Reduction in visits to healthcare provider.

  • Helps to improve the quality of sleep


Mindfulness courses 

See website for up to date information on all courses offered


For those who are busy weekday evenings, Bob will be running a Saturday course. This will consist of two Saturdays with a four-week break for students to practice the techniques taught. Limited places, please book early

Courses can be arranged for corporate or clubs/societies

If you would be interested, please contact Bob by email or by phone

Email: bob@hypnotherapyhorizons.comHypnotherapy Horizons Mindfulness

Phone: 01925 860892

Mobile 07507 013283

Bob is working with Mersey Forest and John Moors University to help deliver ‘Mindful Contact in Nature’ In Ellesmere Port, Ainsdale Nature Reserve and coming soon at Countess of Chester Country Park


For up to date information have a look at the website below


Look forward to hearing from you

 See what the press have said about Mindfulness.

See an interview on BBC Breakfast

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