Sally Nares Mindfulness Meditation

Mindfulness is like water. When it’s turbulent, it is difficult to see. When it is calm everything becomes clear – Prasad Mahes
I am a qualified and accredited Mindfulness teacher with Mindfulness Now.  I qualified in 2020 and did my training with the Devon School of Mindfulness.  

My own interest in Mindfulness started quite by accident when I joined a meditation session at a music festival a few years ago and discovered the power of now for myself.

I thought I knew everything about being in the present because I practice yoga, but mindfulness is different. I have been practising mindfulness since then, although my practice can sometimes get pushed to one side, but when I stop to remind myself to take time out to practice a formal guided meditation, I reap the benefits of feeling calm and rested.

I teach mindfulness to groups and individuals and include mindfulness and meditation as part of my clinal practice as a CBT therapist.



Mindfulness calms our minds when we are feeling  stressed and with regular mindfulness practice we can begin to enjoy the benefits of noticing what is around us in the NOW.  In our busy lives we run around on auto-pilot and forget to stop and take time out to enjoy the stillness and calm of the present moment.