Can mindfulness really help with stress?
In a recent BBC documentary presenter Fiona Phillips, examined 'The Truth about Stress', why anxiety and stress levels have increased in our lives and what we can do to help reduce it.
Here, we look at which speakers are examining this topic at the show.
A Simple Practice - The Breath
On our journey of mindfulness, there is always something new to learn and we will always benefit from revisiting approaches we have learnt in the past. Here, Teri West from the Community of Interbeing, introduces us to a gatha.
Digital Addiction? What have we done?
Neil Seligman, Founder of The Conscious Professional, introduces us to the digital age, addictive behaviours and how this is affecting our mental well-being.
Mindfulness at Work
Mindfulness has had a big impact on the modern workplace; implemented by some of the most successful companies around, it is increasingly seen as an antidote to modern workplace issues and a way to promote positive wellbeing.
How meditation can help you get a better night’s sleep
Mental health & thriving with mindfulness
We are delighted that the Mental Health Foundation is a supporter of the show and their Chief Executive, Jenny Edwards CBE, will be coming along to give us an overview of how mindfulness has been proven to help with good mental health.
Ruby Wax's 5 ways to bring mindfulness into your life
Psychologies Magazine recently interviewed one of our keynote speakers, Ruby Wax, on behalf of The Mindful Living Show. We share her five mindfulness tips ahead of the Mindfulness Living Show.
We were delighted to recently interview Tessa Watt, one of the Mindful Living Show's speakers and panellists. She gives us the benefit of her expertise on mindful parenting and helps answer some questions about how we can develop mindfulness in the family environment.
Stressed & anxious
We recently spoke to Dr Patrizia Collard, who is a psychotherapist, trainer and university lecturer. She talks to us about how mindfulness and meditation can help with stress, anxiety and our general mental health.
Many people who meditate comment that as their practice develops so does their happiness, as they take note and focus on the good in their life. We examine what defines happiness and some of the tools which can influence this.
January is a time when many of us start to watch what we eat... however there is an alternative approach to thinking about food and how we eat it. Find out more about Mindful Eating and how it can benefit you.
As we enter the new year, with dark cold nights and a natural desire to 'hibernate', we focus on issues around sleep, fatigue and insomnia. How can employing mindfulness techniques help?