As many of you know, I run regular monthly supervision groups for massage practitioners. It’s a safe space to share, ask, practice and celebrate. Essential professional support and development for the motivated therapist.
The groups are based either in Clifton or on Gloucester Road, and the dates and times are thus:
Group 1 Monday morning, Clifton:
Sept 14, Oct 12, Nov 16, Dec 14.
Group 2 Friday morning, Gloucester Road:
Sept 18, Oct 16, Nov 20, Dec 18.
Group 3 Friday afternoon, Clifton:
Sept 11, Oct 30, Nov 20, Dec 18.
£25 per session, with a 10% discount available for paying for all 4 upfront.
If you are interested in joining a group, please get in touch asap for more information. Places are limited.
It was so exciting to be invited to Bristol’s award winning ShoutOut Radio this week. You can hear the interview here, where I talk about life since I quit my regular 9-5 job and moved into the worlds of massage and hypnotherapy. You can listen to the whole hour long show, or press play and move the pink dial to about “twenty five past” to catch my ten minute chat. Please tell me what you think of it
What can you expect when you’re on a course with me? Let’s ask a current massage student…
“Sarah is an inspirational teacher. I’ve never known learning to be so easy. I think it’s because she’s always showing me what I can become myself – relaxed, open, confident, vulnerable, loving, direct and funny. Very funny. I love the laughs.”
Bec Monks, thank you so much. It’s an absolute pleasure laughing with you!
For more easy learning, check out my Happiness Course starting May 12th, or sign up for my next Introductory Workshop in Holistic Massage on 30th May – 1st June.
Wouldn’t it be great if you had more control over your happiness, and could be more happy more of the time?
I can help!
Book your place now on this fun, enjoyable 8 week course, meeting Tuesday mornings 9.30am – midday at the delightful Bristol College of Massage & Bodywork in Clifton. Look out for flyers, posters and more social media…
Why wait til Autumn? Learn proven techniques from hypnotherapy, mindfulness, positive psychology and cognitive behavioural therapy starting May 12th.
Numbers are limited, contact me for more details and to reserve your place.
The week of 2nd – 8th March 2015 not only includes my 43rd birthday, but is also Sleep Awareness Week 2015!
America’s National Sleep Foundation has just released its latest poll, finding, “pain joins two related concerns – stress and poor health – as key correlates of shorter sleep durations and worse sleep quality. But there are paths to resolving the problem: The sleep gap narrows sharply among those who make sleep a priority.”
Not Sleeping Like A Log?
Are you someone who finds it difficult to get off to sleep at night? Minutes become hours and the clock just stares back at you. Or perhaps you get off to sleep just fine, but wake around 3 – 4am and struggle to get back to sleep again. Insomnia is both a growing problem, and a lonely experience. Author Poppy Z Brite sums it up for a lot of people, “the night is the hardest time to be alive and 4am knows all my secrets.”
What To Do About It?
It’s one thing to take comfort in the fact that you are not alone. It’s another to do something constructive about it. Jane took a chance and you can read about her experience with me when insomnia led her to try hypnotherapy here.
If you need more motivation, have a listen to neuroscientist Jeff Iliff’s fascinating TED Talk highlighting new research giving “one more reason to get a good night’s sleep”
It was hypnotherapy that turned my sleeping around too, and it’s what motivated me to train as a hypnotherapist and help others, like you. You can check out my story here.
Do contact me if you’d like to turn things around for yourself. I look forward to hearing from you!
Hope you enjoyed a nice Valentine’s Day. Would you believe me if I said that on 14th Feb 2014 I was being awarded my professional hypnotherapy diploma?! Not the most romantic way to spend the day, I agree, but in the year that’s past since then clients have benefitted by becoming able to sleep better, deal more effectively with work stress, improve their sports performance, manage their anger and remain calm, gain confidence and so much more. Not necessarily romantic, but definitely helping people love their life more.
What would make your life better? How can I help you make those changes between now and next Valentine’s Day?
A big thank you to all my clients, colleagues and teachers for helping make 2014 such an amazing year.
I wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Wonderful New Year and I look forward to seeing you in January.
There’s a FREE month of Headspace available with this voucher code: PREMIUM1M-BHWQ31
First come, first served, ie. the first person to use it uses it!
Just pop it into the promo code box on the homepage or at the checkout at Headspace.com and away you go.
The voucher is available as part of Headspace’s lovely “Get Some / Give Some” system. I’ve completed my first 30 days and so I get to share the joy of “treating your head right” with some lucky person.
If you’re that lucky voucher code user, please leave a comment below by way of a thank you!
See you soon,
I’ve become such a huge fan of Andy Puddicombe’s Headspace (website and app). I really can’t recommend it highly enough.
If you have ever wondered what meditation could do for you, pondered what this mindfulness thing is that everyone seems to be talking at the moment, or felt that life could be simpler, more peaceful, more meaningful, give Headspace a go. Ten minutes a day is all it takes to get started.
Quite simply, I love it! And I’m not alone. As I type this post, the Headspace website tells me 4513 people are using it to meditate right now! And on that note, it’s time for me to make that 4514…
See you soon,