FAQ’s

Q.  What does ‘mindful’ mean?

A.  To be mindful means to pay attention to what is happening in the mind, body, and immediate environment’ https://positivepsychology.com/importance-of-mindfulness/

Q.  Why is mindfulness good for me?

A. It helps you reduce stress and improve mental clarity.  Other benefits include:

  • Restores emotional balance.
  • Increases resilience.
  • Reduces anxiety.
  • Slows aging
  • Reduces physical pain.
  • Reduces depression.
  • Uncovers our own blind spots.
  • Improve sleep quality, reduce fatigue.
  • Improves concentration.

Q.  Is Mindful Personal Training for me?

A. If you would like better mental and physical health while building a strong foundation to be able to live your life to the fullest and not have reoccurring aches, pains and injuries, then I’m here to help. 

Why not incorporate mindfulness techniques with personal training? You get 2 in 1. You may think stress, aches and pains or lack of mobility is normal, but it is not. We can improve your quality of life by working on your mental and physical health. Nothing “woo woo” or “hocus pocus” just simple steps to achieve your goals.

Plus, the initial consultation is FREE so you can come and check out the amazing facilities, have a chat to me about your goals and we can even take a fitness assessment and measurements if you are keen to get going. 

Q.  Where do we do Mindful Personal Training?

A. We can use our private gym in central Twickenham or, if you prefer, outside in the green spaces around the Teddington and Twickenham area.

Q.  What Covid precautions are you undertaking?

A. Our gym is completely private so we will have the space to ourselves. It is cleaned with sanitising spray after each session and has an overall sanitisation each evening. Masks are worn in all common areas and everyone sanitises their hands on entry. I am happy to wear a mask at all times if you prefer also. The gym is marked out for social distancing purposes.

I also undertook the course: Protection Prevention and Control (IPC) for Novel Coronavirus (Covid-19) by The World Health Organisation.