Providing mental and emotional wellbeing transformation for schools and families
Giving tools to thrive in learning and life
Hi, I’m Jo, and I empower children, teachers and parents to notice and nurture their mental health and emotional well-being so they can live and learn with more happiness.
Those faces. Those hearts. Those minds.
Precious and powerful with endless potential – yet not always mentally and emotionally supported to achieve it.
The gift of self-awareness unlocks potential and allows individuals to thrive (and they know it too because they’re the ones doing it).
Here’s how I help you…
Help yourself and your family to promote and experience mental and emotional wellness with a regular mindfulness practice that improves calm, connection and communication.
FREE! 7 Days of Family Mindfulness Practice
Wellbeing Resource Toolbox
What wellbeing practice have you got planned in for next week to support your learners? If you haven’t got any please have a go at this one. It’s great for calming, bringing attention IN to ourselves and for focus and concentration. All skills that are super important...
Mindfulness isn't all gongs, postures and for people who have loads of time to spare. It's for you too. Calm, happy teachers cultivate calm, happy classrooms and calm, happy learners. For this world to change for the good, we need mentally and emotionally healthy...
Mindfulness for Schools and Families: When we’re finding things tough, go lightly by practising compassion towards yourself and others
I recorded this Compassion Meditation for schools but it can be enjoyed and shared at home too. Learning to be kinder, more understanding and forgiving of ourselves and towards others is an essential skill and something that should be practised regularly. Showing...
What people are saying…
“I love your use of language, ie a feeling visits them rather than they are an angry child.
Using your own children as examples really helps as the children can relate to this.”
Year 5 teacher, Leicestershire.
“It’s good because it makes me think a bit deeper about what’s going on inside me?”
Staff at Redlands Community Primary School, Leicestershire