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Benefits of mindfulness

Updated: Feb 23, 2023

Hello and welcome to my blog page. I'm new to this and no doubt it will get easier and better as the days go by.

I've always disliked social media and digital posting but then we now live in a world dominated by it so this very post is demonstrating to you that however much you dislike or disagree with something, by approaching it mindfully, you can achieve anything. And that is exactly what I am going to do. Achieve greatness.

The whole premise of the mindful baker is to help people to find peace within themselves and to protect them against mental illness. I am not a doctor, so I can't help anyone once a point had been reached that needs professional help and medication in order to lessen the pain they are experiencing, but I can help to prevent it from ever happening, which is what the mindful baker is all about.

I run workshops that simplify the processes required in order to look after your mind. These workshops not only teach individuals the fundamentals of mindfulness but they also integrate these teachings with baking a loaf of sourdough; so it's a win/win way to learn.

I live in Suffolk (close to Colchester) so if you are interested in partaking in one of my workshops, please message me here. I also run workshops for professionals working in the corporate sector and am available to come into your office in order to conduct the course for teams of up to 20 people. If this interest you or if you think it would be great for your work to offer our services to your employees, please get in touch, here.

As the title of this post indicates, there are a number of benefits attributed to mindfulness, which I will be going into more depth about over the coming weeks but just to give you an idea about what you can expect from mindfulness, here are a number of the benefits, which are by no means the only positive attributes that come from mindfulness.

- Relieve stress

- Reduce anxiety

- Deal with sleep problems

- Stop overthinking

- Cope when feeling depressed or angry

- Develop wellbeing and resilience, and feel happier.

- Manage behaviours such as binge eating

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