Date: 1st April 2021
Time: 10am – 12pm
Join Helen Ainsworth and Miranda R-A as they guide you through a 2 hour masterclass in finding your own wellness this Spring. We want to help you to live stronger, more simply and to be happier.
In the first part of the masterclass, Miranda will teach you about how your amazing brain works and how you can help yourself to feel more motivated and confident.
During the second part of the masterclass, Helen will guide you through a relaxing and strengthening flow of yoga and pilates moves set to music to inspire, uplift and connect your mind and body. All you need is your yoga mat, bottle of water and a space to stretch and flex.
We will finish with relaxation that will lock in feelings of confidence, motivation and self-esteem.
You will receive a relaxation download.
Join us from the comfort of your own home. Wear something comfortable and be prepared to start your journey to find your wellness.
Hello, my name is Helen Ainsworth. I am a qualified fitness instructor with some 15 years’ experience working in the fitness sector. Creating and developing fitness programmes suitable for all ages and abilities, I am passionate about helping people to improve their mind and body. I coach both group classes and instruct individual clients with their 1:1 personal training. Rather than follow fitness fads and diet trends, which have no foundation in knowledge, I base my philosophy on the latest industry thinking developed from the science of the Musculoskeletal System.
Hi I am Miranda Robarts-Arnold. I am a Solution Focused Clinical Hypnotherapist with a 25 year career in mental health. I have been a hypnotherapist for 10 years and I love being able to help people find solutions to their issues. I am committed to helping clients to understand what makes them tick and to illuminate how the brain works. This ensures that going forward, the people I work with have tools to manage their own mental health and to feel hopeful for the future. I use the latest neuroscience alongside solution focused brief therapy to offer a really optimistic experience which is not what people usually expect from therapy.