Mindful Me is the Best Mental Health Mindfulness Business (South East England) in the Global Health & Pharma Mental Health Awards 2023.
I enjoyed a short interview recently, hosted by James at Meet the Elite, a podcast that shares the work of business professionals.
I feel very fortunate to have recently been asked to appear on the Breakfast Show on the Voice of Islam Radio and to be interviewed by two lovely presenters, Mr Sharjeel Ahmad and Mr Muhammad Ather. It was also a joy to have the opportunity to lead one minute of mindfulness practice for the thousands of listeners in the UK and internationally.
Mindful Eating is a remarkable way of bringing joy into our lives, while at the same time supporting our physical and emotional wellbeing, helping to transform our relationship with food and with our bodies. In this extended blog article, first published in the Breathing Space journal for Mindfulness Teachers and Therapists, Tony O'Shea-Poon talks about the need for mindful eating, its origins and some of the benefits it has brought to him and clients he has worked with. He also shares some of the mindful eating stages and skills that he teaches clients in his Mindful Eating 6-Step Programme.
Did you know that Mental Health Awareness Week took place from 10th to 16th May? For many people, the week will have passed them by, even though good mental health is vital to all of us. Mental Health Awareness Week is an important reminder for us to take care of our mental health and to watch out for the mental health of our colleagues, family and friends. But doing this isn't just for 1 week in the year - we need to do it all the time!
In this blog, therapist and mindfulness teacher Tony O’Shea-Poon talks about the physiology of gratitude (what happens in our brains and bodies when we feel gratitude), the benefits of gratitude and how we might express gratitude so that it starts to become our normal state.
Every month, we get together at the Quaker Centre, Milton Keynes to practice mindfulness meditation in a tranquil and peaceful setting. Numbers are only limited by the space available.
Editor in Chief, Barry Boyce of Mindful magazine has reviewed the standout books shared in the magazine during 2018.