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The 4 Wellbeing Principles

Eat

Good nutrition can help you feel nourished on all levels and improve your daily life.

Move

Discover the power of movement to create vitality in your life.

Breathe

Learn about breathing and the effect it has on your health and wellbeing.

Love

Self care is essential to feeling well and relating to others with care and kindness.

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Incredibly beneficial and invaluable support...
I would definitely recommend this course, it has been incredibly beneficial to my mental health at a time of overwhelm and stress. Very well run and delivered. In addition, the coaching sessions offered have also been extremely beneficial and not something that I would have accessed outside of the programme. To be able to access this in-depth resource and level of support for free is invaluable. – Caroline

Health and resilience blog

Read our blog about health, happiness, wellbeing and resilience 

Rewilding your emotions
The Power of Nature

Nature: How to spring clean your senses

Nature has powerful healing qualities. Discover how being in nature can help reduce stress and calm your mind and try this simple exercise to spring clean your senses.

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What is impostor syndrome?

What is impostor syndrome?

Discover what impostor syndrome is, the common signs that indicate when you’re suffering from it, the 5 different types of impostor syndrome and how to support yourself out of it.

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How to stop worrying

How to stop worrying and live a calmer life

Would you like to stop worrying so much? In this post we offer 10 ways you can curb your worrying, reduce your anxiety and enjoy a calmer life.

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A brilliant opportunity...
Many thanks for a brilliant opportunity and great to see the NHS is seeing things in a broad light. Too often, through a shortage of time, GPs can only help us address things in piecemeal fashion when in fact we need to be seen as a whole being to gain wholeness. – Sue

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