1:1 Sessions

Compassionate Accompaniment 1:1 sessions

What may happen in a session? 

At the beginning of a session we sit together and take a few moments to check in with your body's natural rhythms. We do this through attention to breath and body sensations. What you experience in each moment guides the session.

This practice can be done sitting (in chair or on floor with cushion), lying down (on floor with mats) or standing. Together we create a safe, nurturing space for you to explore ways to include compassionate care practices within your life. Sessions may also include drawing and/or writing in response to movement or resting experiences. You may also speak about your experience.

Accompanied Walking in green spaces is also offered. This is an opportunity for anyone who would feel more comfortable engaging in this practice while being in nature. A way to restore, relax and connect with yourself and the world around you. I will accompany you as you share what emerges on our walk. Together we explore ways that you can develop compassionate care skills in your life. Walks are varied, some are on quiet country paths, farmland, and forest walks. 


Helps reduce stress, anxiety and affects of trauma. 

Encourages listening to your body and what is asking for attention.

Noticing what is present in you in the moment. Practice responding with compassion.

Releases chronic holding habits of the muscles that create tension and pain.

Free Consultation: I also offer you a free 15 minute Skype consultation to ensure that you are comfortable with me as someone supporting you throughout your sessions.

Initially 6 sessions are recommended to develop your practice. 

Prices: Reduced for online bookings:

50 minutes £40 (was £50)  Book now

90 minutes £55 (was £65)  Book now

Cancellations: Please give at least 24 hours notice so that I can offer the session to another client. Missed appointments without giving notice will be charged at full amount. 

Concessions available upon request, please ask.

Disclaimer:  These practices are offered as additional support and not meant to replace your current health care provider.

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