Wellbeing

Wellbeing includes having good mental health, satisfaction, meaning and purpose in life. It is the experience of health, happiness and prosperity. Wellbeing is fundmental to the overall health of an individual and enables them to overcome difficulties and live the best life possible.

Aligned Minds promotes the importance of resilience in the workplace and also in our personal lives. We believe that living intentionally, being in the present moment and letting go of situations that no longer serve you are some of the best ways to help support good mental health. We can not remove uncertainty or fear from life but we can reframe our thoughts and actions to seek meaningful relationships that in turn supports and empowers us.

Our stress in the workplace workshop looks at how to improve resilience and explores tips for self care and wellbeing. We always endeavour to practice kindness and compassion, join us and explore how this is one of the most powerful tools we have when tackling mental health.

Julia Pilgrim

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Hello, I’m Julia a holistic therapist. I offer Indian Head Massage and Reflexology treatments. I qualified 12 years ago and can help with a variety of needs.

Indian Head Massage – performed on head/neck/shoulders and stimulates the flow of blood, lymph and oxygen in your upper body, therefore helps to offer a sense of wellbeing.

Reflexology – a massage therapy performed on the feet using pressure to relieve tension and treat illness by stimulating the reflex points which correspond to every part of the body.

Regular massage treatments are a great way of managing stress, for example – Relieving tension from back, neck and shoulders. Relieving headaches and eye strain. Stress management leading to anxiety reduction. Clearer/better focus, engagement and concentration. Positivity, productivity and creativity increases. Pain and discomfort decreased.

Let’s work together to create harmony.

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Zuzana Taylor

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Hi, my name is Zuzana Taylor a business & life coach and doTERRA essential oil wellness advocate. Essential oils are a big part of my, my family and my client’s wellbeing. It has become a lifestyle. More and more people that I meet and support are using essential oils.

Essential oils have been used for centuries, we are now starting to remember and understand again why. Essential oils are pure extract from plants and 30-70 times more powerful than the herbal equivalent.

The benefits of essential oils in everyday life include:

Digestive health support, mood management, skin and beauty support, emotional support, boost and support the immune system and family health support.

The list of benefits is endless, they bring great benefits to our health and wellbeing. The oils I am providing are pure and high quality. They are CPTG (Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade), I love the fact that they are completely natural products and I have been blown away by their power and benefits.

I work closely with my clients to advise on which oils and their use in order to gain the benefits, for themselves and their family, in every aspect of their lives.

I advise everyone I speak to in my business and personal life to try essential oils for themselves to experience the benefits.

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John Climpson

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John Climpson (DJ Climpo) set upon a cause called DJ2CombatStress to raise £10,000 for veterans mental health charity Combat Stress. He now wants to bring music to the masses in the pursuit of mental wellbeing so has combined Silent Discos and Clean Raving to form a new experience called ‘motiRAVEtion’.

He provides services for corporate parties, team events, charity fundraising and wellness events.

For more information go to djclimpo.com

Francesca Smith

‘From Me to You’, is a charity dedicated  to the promotion of  writing letters to friends, family and strangers suffering from cancer. Something as simple as a letter can make the world of difference to someone going through treatment.  We often hear of the lack of emotional support and the social isolation patients face; those close to them don’t know what to say or how to say it.

Having lost my mummy to terminal cancer back in 2016, I was incredibly moved by the charity and its idea.

Throughout my mother’s treatment she received many letters which gave her strength and courage in her fight against cancer. These letters we have cherished, and I personally hold dear as a reminder of how inspirational she was.

I would encourage anyone to put a pen to paper, and for the cost of a stamp, you really can make a significant impact on the day of a person battling cancer.”

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