Mind Harmony is designed to help build self-esteem, confidence and bring clarity to thoughts. The programme is designed to give you the best opportunity to create new habits and you can join anytime. Think of it like gym for your mind. We aim for you to have fun and laughter while you learn! Mind Harmony is your time, for you, to create the life you want in a safe and supported environment.
•Research shows these activities help prevent stress and overwhelm while creating self-acceptance and confidence.
Sessions held term time Wednesdays, 7pm-9pm at Shaw Ridge Primary School, Swindon SN5 5PU.
Introductory offer: Join before 31st October 2019, first session £15 (includes registration fee) following sessions £5 per week. Join from 1st November, first session £20, then £10 pay as you go or 20% discount if you pay for each term in advance.
To register, or if you have any questions, please contact Michelle by email email@example.com or telephone 07980 185 787.
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What others say about Mind Harmony:
“I left the session, got into the car and went home feeling special and confident. I'm really lacking self confidence at the moment but during the session the room was filled with good and positive vibes and it was very empowering. Thank you so much and I look forward to next week!” Miss C
“Having been trying lots of techniques to help with managing my mental health it was amazing to go to a class that brought these together and it actually all made a lot more sense. Not only that, it is based in science which is important to me if I'm going to invest in something. I came away with ideas and strategies, as well as personal 'homework', which so far I have been motivated to stick to. Definitely something I will be recommending.” Mrs T
“Michelle had done her research in bringing together a wide variety of accepted psychology tools, techniques, and theories. Her genius was in creating the flow of bite-size activities, that were easy to do but made me think - in a good way. It was comforting yet fun… and calming yet energising! I guess that’s why it’s called ‘Mind Harmony’!” Ms S