Kindfully: helping you find time for yourself, your health and wellbeing, using a tried-and-tested technique called Mindfulness.
Based in Milton Keynes, this service aims to help you find guilt-free ways to living a fulfilling, rewarding and calmer life through compassion-centred strategies.
What is Mindfulness?
Mindfulness is often described as ‘being in the moment’. Although this is one accurate description, it has a much wider explanation than this. Essentially, it’s about taking care of your present moment and above all, showing yourself kindness. You can read more here…
What does ‘Compassion-Centred’ mean?
Pema Chödrön describes compassion as our relationship with pain (and pleasure). If you understand your own pain and that of others (particularly emotional pain and how it affects you) you can live a healthier, happier and rewarding life and experience good mental health.
Most people are compassion-centred towards others – they are naturally kind, especially when they see someone suffering. The problem is that most people aren’t kind to themselves. Read more here…
How long does it take?
The strategies I teach can be done in the time you have available. When you subscribe you’ll receive free access to an eGuide called “Relaxation for Busy People” in the Members Area which contains three Mindfulness activities you can complete in less than a minute each. (The more Mindfulness you do, the more benefits you’ll see.) For details of services and classes click here.
Who is behind Kindfully?
I am Delphi, a therapist, Mindfulness and Women’s Health Practitioner. I have been working in a therapeutic setting, helping people for over 15 years and studied Mindfulness from the original Buddhist teachings known as the Pāli Canon. I have space in Milton Keynes where I offer 1-1 and group sessions. I am BACP registered. You can read more about me here.
If you’d like to book a 1-1 session or find out details of my next Mindfulness Classes kindfully complete the form below.
Kindfully is part of the Helping You Sparkle™ portfolio, promoting positive mental health.
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