Mindfulness Speaker & Trainer
Mindfulness to reduce anxiety
Given the circumstances that we find ourselves in it's easy to feel overwhelmed, anxious and nervous. Mindfulness exercises can help to ground you in times of high stress - here's a free course, hosted by the Army, that you can do in your own time.
You can also hear Pat on the 'Declassified' podcast here
Short, free, simple mindfulness exercises for those who are curious about mindfulness.
“Course should be made mandatory! Outside my own sphere of courses, probably the best course I have done, totally engaging.”
“I have thoroughly enjoyed the course and feel that it has made a real difference in my life – I want to continue and look forward to further improvements in my whole being”
What is Mindfulness?
Mindfulness can be defined as paying attention to the present moment, non-judgmentally and on purpose, or put more simply, your mind, your body, same place, same time, same focus. How often are your body and mind in the same place at the same time?
Bringing mind and body together allows you to establish a sense of peace, a gap between stimulus and reaction that can allow you to choose the appropriate response to a situation, rather than responding on auto-pilot.
Pat has created a series of online mindfulness courses that are suitable for anyone. Here you can try a FREE taster course or sign up to one of the more in-depth mindfulness training courses.
Pat is known for his inspiring, motivational and insightful seminars that include easy actions to start your mindfulness journey.
He's delivering a series of talks throughout the South of England - you can see his calendar of events here.
Pat has delivered his remarkable 'Mindfulness for the Sceptic' seminar to the private sector, the public sector and the military.
The session provides an insight into mindfulness, as well as immediate ways to implement what has been learned. Previous sessions have shown a track record of success with delegates. Get in touch to find out more about booking Pat for your event.
Modern life is full of demands on our time, on our skills and on our bodies. By following a Mindfulness programme you can find ways to cope.