Thanks again to everyone who came to my first library event for 365 Ways to Feel Better: Self-care Ideas for Embodied Wellbeing and to Witham Library for hosting.
I wanted to share a taste of the tools from the book without (I know, a lot of my weirdness is there in the book) being too weird. So we started with a simple goal setting exercise moving on to some exercises that worked with the mind-body connection to boost confidence in the moment and while thinking about goals.
We also did some meditation and grounded the workshop with some crystal work. It was delightful to meet everyone.
If you’re Essex based (or near enough) and would like to find out more, I’m doing a couple of library workshops at Frinton on 16th October and a yoga and meditation workshop in Colchester on 30th September – click HERE for more information.
Am delighted to not only be doing a book signing (free) with yoga and meditation workshop (£5) at Colchester’s beautiful Tree Room (click HERE for more information), but to be offering some sessions from Colchester (initially Monday evenings) alongside my Witham practice.
If you’d like to join us for the book signing, I look forward to seeing you then.
Spaces are limited for the yoga and meditation workshop so please get in touch (click HERE) to check availability and book your space today.
It’s for all levels and beginners are especially welcome.
And if you’d like to find out about booking a session with me, for integrative clinical supervision, counselling, therapeutic coaching, EFT, NLP, yoga, meditation, working with crystals and more, click HERE.
In spite of efforts to not post TOO many updates about becoming a vegan (and missing Wotsits) on social media, I’ve had a lot of support for my change in lifestyle on facebook etc. When my former BBC Essex Loud Woman and presenter of Phoenix FM’s House of Fun asked me to talk to her about the early days, I was delighted. HERE‘s our interview in case you’d like to listen.
I really hope that my key message (that everyone knows what’s right for themselves) comes across. This feels good for me but y’all know your bodies best.
I’ve requested a few corrections which haven’t been made yet but, for clarity, my last name is Menezes Cunningham, not Cunningham, I’ve been a freelance journalist since 2004 but am not a ‘trained’ journalist. Also, I worked IN publishing many, many moons ago as a senior editor, not a publisher. White Owl, Pen & Sword’s new health and wellbeing imprint (I was the first author they commissioned on it) are my publisher.