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Focuses the mind, relaxes the body to help oxygenate the muscles and boost energy.

 

For whenever you may feel anxious or sad, this exercise helps to soothe and restore balance once more.

 

This guided meditation will help you to fall into a deep, restful, restorative sleep and wake refreshed.

 

An exercise to calm an anxious or fearful mind quickly and effortlessly.

 


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Psychotherapist Chris Clarkson helps to calm and the quieten the mind to let go of worry.

How to give 3 things in your current space your full attention to help refocus your mind.

 

Coming back to the NOW helps to reduce time spent analysing past or future events.

 

Finding your balance is about gathering your thoughts back together again. It’s a great meditation to do at the end of a busy day.


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Understanding the A.W.A.R.E technique. A powerful way to reduce anxiety.

 

Take a few moments to get grounded with this simple beginner's meditation practice.

 

Being 'mindful' of thoughts and feelings helps raise awareness and stop negative thoughts.

 

A progressive muscular relaxation exercise to reduce stress and improve circulation and blood flow to the head and shoulders.


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This 30 minute sleep exercise offers relief for people who wake in the middle of the night (MOTN) and struggle to get back to sleep.

A gentle exercise to help reduce the impact stress hormones have on our emotional health and wellbeing.

It’s difficult to relax when you have a strong emotion such as anger in your body. Here the focus is on reducing negative emotion.

Systematically targeting specific muscle groups and putting them in ‘active rest’ is a great way to reduce stress and boost energy.