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Saturday Mindfulness Course

Saturday Mindfulness Courses now available On Saturday 22nd October I will be taking a new Mindfulness course which will be over two Saturdays. There will be three weeks in between giving students the opportunity of practising the techniques and tools taught in the first day. This is a great opportunity for those working Monday to […]

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Mindfulness Course, now in Warrington

Mindfulness Matters is now holding a new Mindfulness course in Warrington The eight week course starts on Monday 14th March from 7.30pm to 9.30pm ? Quieten and focus your mind, ? Learn new techniques for coping with stress / anxiety in work or at home ? Rest and recuperate more easily (Improved sleep pattern) ? […]

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Mindfulness in schools – latest news

University to help in major new ‘mindfulness’ study ITV news 16th July 2015 Exeter University will conduct a major new study aimed at testing whether mindfulness training can improve children’s mental health. Nearly 6,000 schoolchildren will take part in the research which will assess if paying more attention to the present moment and your thoughts, […]

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Testimonial- Weight, Agoraphobic, Alcohol, Anxiety

Bob Wheat    Hypnotherapy Horizons It’s difficult to know where to start… I feel, and I know,  that I am a completely different person to the one I was when Bob started to treat me.  The change in everything is quite astonishing and remarkable! From an overweight  agoraphobic making excuses to not go out, who drank […]

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Taken from the Washington Post- Mindfulness

Meditation and mindfulness may give your brain a boost By Carolyn Butler Monday, February 14, 2011; 8:17 PM They are the simplest instructions in the world: Sit in a comfortable position, close your eyes, clear your mind and try to focus on the present moment. Yet I am confident that anyone who has tried meditation […]

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Tai Chi Classes for beginners

Providing gentle Tai Chi / Qi Gong Classes in Widnes every Tuesday and Friday lunchtimes. Tai Chi and QiGong are exercises of slow controlled movements using arms, legs, hands and feet, in coordination with the mind and breathing. Movements are easy to follow and no special clothing or equipment is required. Classes are open to […]

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Wolves (Our Great Teachers)

An elder Cherokee Native American was teaching his Grandchildren about life. He said to them, “A fight is going on inside me….it is a terrible fight and it is between 2 wolves. One wolf represents fear, anger, envy, sorrow, regret, greed, arrogance, self-pity, guilt, resentment, inferiority, lies, false pride, superiority and ego. The other stands […]

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Testimonial – Cancer, depression & bereavement

Bob saw me for 5 sessions to help me deal with depression, which I was experiencing due to the death of my husband, family issues and myself coming through remission of cancer. These hour long sessions have provided me with a new sense of well-being and I would highly reccommend hypnotherapy with Bob for anyone […]

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Depression and Anxiety

I endured a very long period of depression and anxiety which was brought about by a lot of radical changes at work, lots of responsibility, awkward shift patterns, lack of freedom. And at 53, having been institutionalised in the same job virtually all my life, I was having a crisis of confidence. At the time […]

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