Nim Ragbir talks to us about how she came to be a therapist, what inspires her and how she can help other people…..
The end of one year and the start of the next is often a prompt to take stock and reflect on the year just gone, and to think about our hopes for the year to come. Many of us will use this opportunity to draw up New Year’s resolutions. If that’s you, then read on…
Are you feeling the effects of a stressful, busy and somewhat fast-paced festive season? Do you want to relax and enjoy the festivities without suffering from aches, pains, headaches and a general “low”?
Have you ever wondered what it takes to be Really Grounded?
Would you like to meditate effectively and creatively? Do you have trouble focusing your mind and are not sure what types of meditation will work best for you? Not sure how or where to start? Enjoy a meditation group to help you with this with a big difference!
Most people’s only exposure to hypnosis takes place in ways that typically both intrigue and frighten them. They often see hypnosis in films and television shows where it is portrayed as a frightening instrument of mind control. They see it as a tool used by unscrupulous villains to enslave the will of helpless victims, or they see stage show artistes who use hypnosis to make people do and say things that seem well outside of the realm of what that person would likely ever do or say under normal conditions.
Many people don’t attempt to stop smoking because they think it’s too hard, while others have made attempts and failed. Some people have managed to stop only to start smoking again two, three or six months later
Do you tend to bottle up your true emotions, holding back what you really think and feel? When someone upsets or angers you, do you refrain from saying anything for fear of conflict? Research suggests that suppressing emotions often leads to anxiety and panic attacks.