What is Wellbeing and how can it help?

Wellbeing can be defined as our physical, mental and emotional state – i.e. a healthy body, an alert mind and balanced emotionally.

Wellbeing is related to personal health, community spirit and creativity. Our wellbeing is shaped by our genes, our upbringing, our personal circumstances and choices, and the social conditions in which we live.

Most people function best and live life to the fullest when they are engaged in the present moment. When we allow our minds to be filled with negative thoughts and worries it saps our energy and destroys calm feelings.

The sessions are highly practical to promote a greater sense of wellbeing to combat stress, aid relaxation and clarity of thought. Each session is tailored to the client’s specific needs with tools and techniques to help you to relax, find inner calm and have a more positive outlook.

As a Stress Management Practitioner, a member of the Stress Management Society and an accredited NLP Practitioner, I work with people to help restore balance and calm into their busy lives.

It's important to have coping strategies that suit you, your lifestyle, your committments and your personal likes and dislikes. The wellbeing sessions provide you with gentle coping strategies for life's challenges.

If you are interested in receiving more information about Wellbeing, please do contact me. You can be assured when we speak that our conversation will be held in the strictest confidence. Whatever you chose, I wish you well in the future.

“Your life today is the result of your attitudes and choices in the past. Your life tomorrow will be the result of your attitude and the choices you make today. Choose wisely.”

Wellbeing Testimonial:

I first came to Rachel to undertake some life coaching work. She was recommended to me by a friend of mine and I found her to be warm and approachable with an ability to put you at ease from the moment you walked through the door. The life coaching was excellent and enabled me to look at a whole variety of aspects of my life to ascertain, in detail, what things are important to me and why. This led to a greater understanding of what drives me and gave me some ideas of what to do next and how to handle some of the difficulties I had met, and may meet, along the way. Rachels approach was never heavy handed, but directional; I was coached into being able to see things from a different angle and the answers were always my own. After a period of time (having seen measurable changes in my approach to life), I moved from seeing Rachel for life coaching to seeing her for general wellbeing and reiki. This gives me the opportunity to relax fully whilst, at the same time, affords the chance to discuss anything relating to my general health and wellbeing, or to any aspect of the life coaching from previous. In many respects, it is the best of both worlds.

Sara, Liverpool