Who am I?
I am a chartered and HCPC registered Occupational Health Physiotherapist and MBCT teacher.
For many years I have had a special interest in the relationship between physical health, mental health and workplace stress, and the potential for integrative mind-body practices such as mindfulness to improve wellbeing.
Having had a personal mindfulness practice for a number of years, I trained and was accredited to teach MBCT at Oxford Mindfulness Centre, completing the Foundations Course in July 2014.
What do I do?
I am part of the teaching team at Oxford Mindfulness Centre, regularly teaching MBCT courses for the public.
I also co-teach MBCT in London through Cultivate-Mindfulness offering 8-week courses for the general public and in workplace settings.
As an Occupational Health Physiotherapist I regularly run workshops on stress management and employee wellbeing in a variety of workplace settings in UK and abroad, and I am interested in the emerging evidence for mindfulness in promoting health and wellbeing for all employees in the workplace.
Why I love working at the OMC
I am honoured to be an associate of Oxford Mindfulness Centre, which combines high standards of scientific research with a heartfelt desire to promote human flourishing. I am extremely grateful for the experience of learning from, exchanging ideas and working with such an inspirational team at the OMC.