This is a discussion of your medical and family health history, or career change and lifestyle change, if you choose life coaching. We’ll discuss the nature of your main complaint and if you haven’t tried Kundalini Yoga before or are nervous about trying it, you can experience the benefits of a mini treatment. Namely an 11 minute meditation chosen specifically for your needs.
1 hour or 1.5 hours
This begins with a discussion of the immediate health problem or Life Coaching. Practical guidance on a way forward for you. Followed by a kundalini yoga kriya and meditation. It is concluded with a lifestyle & diet recommendation, quite normal when practicing kundalini yoga (if appropriate) and a suggestion for a follow up. A kundalini yoga therapy session usually lasts an hour, though a combined intake and treatment is possible. this lasts 1.5 hours.
Follow up Session
1 hour or 1.5 hour
Follow ups sessions usually last an hour. They begin with an update on the current health or Life Coaching situation. Discussion of the self-treatment at home of the kundalini yoga practice. To support the lifestyle change or transformation. Ideally 20 days of yoga practice ought to have taken place, with journaling before booking a follow up session. So a discussion and update on the kundalini yoga practice and whether the practice has been maintained. If an earlier or longer follow up treatment time is desired or required 1.5 hour sessions are possible. Follow up sessions are available as desired, weekly, bi-weekly to support you with the practice and transformation. Whilst working with a 40, 90 or 120 day yoga practice. As needed by the client.
Tailored to meet your individual or corporate need
For people under pressure in the business world. The British government says that stress is responsible for 6.5 million lost working days per year, in England alone. A study of the Health Enhancement Research Organisation indicated that smoking, stress, exercise and body weight, taken together make up 20% of a company’s medical costs. Thousands of workers suffer from what experts sometimes call “desk rage”. This includes acting out, yelling, screaming, throwing things, slamming doors, unconnected anger, angrily blaming others for ones own mistakes . A recent survey of more than 1,300 workers found that 42% experienced yelling and verbal abuse at work, 29% yelled at co-workers and 14% claimed they experienced gastrointestinal problems, depression, personality changes and decreased interpersonal skills. Plus they are more likely to abuse alcohol or drugs.
Time to make the change.
Holding a senior management position, for over 25 years, in a highly charged environment, supporting and mentoring people in the workplace became a main area of expertise
People respond quickly when they feel valued and supported. There is a need for more mentoring and communicating from a heart level, seeing the other person as you. To bring in strong working relationships, to allow for more focused, productive work. Helping people manage work and life challenges so they can be more focused, enjoy what they do and be more productive.
Yoga is recognised by most health professionals. Please check with your health professional before beginning a practice.