We are complex beings, and do not always feel able to invest or prioritise in our physical or mental health – but when we do so, we are at risk of under-performing or even injuring ourselves.
There has been a significant amount of study in the last few decades, highlighting the value of intentional wellness practices – of taking the time to notice and re-connect with your mind, body and spirit*.
Wellness – sometimes called well-being or mindfulness (and the list goes on) – is simply about making space and time to acknowledge who you are in the moment.
- It might be about giving the body rest or exercise – for example through better sleep patterns, breathing exercises, stretching or physical exercise.
- Or you might find you need to find ways to rest or re-charge the mind – connecting with others socially, giving yourself permission to put things down for a while or taking up something creative.
- Others find they need to do some work with their spirit – through practices such as meditation, prayer or volunteering activities.
It should be obvious that there is significant overlap between the above categories, and practices that will bring benefit!
When you work with us on your well-being, we will help you identify areas where you wish to see improvement, and offer or point you a range of skills and practices which will fit with your lifestyle
(* ‘spirit’ can mean many things to many people. We use it to reflect on the part of ourselves that connects with the other – which may be other people, a deity and/or the world around us)