You know you need to find a way to bring some calm into your life but...
busy is your default state and you have so much to do, that taking time for yourself feels self-indulgent and simply not feasible right now.
You've tried yoga and meditation in the past but your mind was still so busy and you're not sure what else to try.
You know that gardening is supposed to be relaxing but there is so much information out there that it feels like a whole job in itself to figure out where to start.
How would you feel if you could.....
Before I attended the 'How to start a cut flower patch for a healthy mind' masterclass with Kendall I was struggling to switch off.
Now my mind is quiet after using the mindful gardening techniques I learnt in the class. PLUS I feel confident that I know what I'm doing and really proud of the garden I'm creating.
I am able to help women who find it hard to switch off because firstly, I know exactly what it's like to feel as though if you’re not busy, you’re wasting time when you could be doing something productive.
But because of my own experience finding ways to quickly create headspace that works for the modern woman I know that you don't need to change your entire lifestyle to make a difference in your life.
I know this because I've helped many clients start to ease off the accelerator, slow down and reconnect with themselves and their passion, just by taking small moments of time to work on their garden.
That’s why I focus on creating mindful gardening activities that take between 5 and 20 minutes a day because although over the last few months we have been forced to slow down physically, mentally we are busier than ever, and we are in serious need of a break.
Introducing.... Mind in Bloom
The 12 month online mindful gardening programme for women who struggle to switch off. Designed to help you start taking time for yourself everyday in the garden so you can slow down and find headspace.
1. We will meet online once a week for mindset, mindful gardening and grow along sessions where I ask questions and provide tools to help you create a daily mindful gardening practice.
2. You complete monthly mindset exercises to help you begin to take daily time for yourself and continue to develop your mindful gardening skills along with the support of myself and the community.
3. At the end of the 12 months you will have a mindful gardening practice that will help you to find calm in minutes even when life gets busy. And tools to help you maintain this calm when you hit a bump in the road of life.
Francesca, Business owner and Mum of 3
Kendall has helped me change my attitude towards gardening. Not only has she given me an extra room in our house but she's made me feel better mentally and helped me to enjoy something I thought I couldn't do.
She makes gardening cool!