Meet the teacher – Hannah

Meet the teacher – Hannah

We all like to know a little more about the teacher when we start a class, and with so many new teachers here at Liberty Wellbeing we decided to introduce ourselves a little more. Here’s the third in the series introducing Hannah Stewart.   Who are you and what...
Finding Stillness

Finding Stillness

by Leo Babauta I’ve heard from many people who say, “I think too much,” or “I can’t get out of my own head.” This is pretty common. Thinking isn’t the problem, but the struggle comes when we’re constantly spinning stories in our heads and getting caught up in...
Meet the Teacher – Theresa

Meet the Teacher – Theresa

We all like to know a little more about the teacher when we start a class, and with so many new teachers here at Liberty Wellbeing we decided to introduce ourselves a little more. Here’s the second in the series introducing Theresa Samworth. Who are you and what...
Read my latest book

Read my latest book

Mindfulness for Anxiety & Depression I see mental illness every day in my line of work with a large section of the community suffering as they come to our yoga and tai chi weekly classes but also in my work as a Buddhist prison Chaplain. In the prison population,...
Meet the Teacher – Sam

Meet the Teacher – Sam

We all like to know a little more about the teacher when we start a class, and with so many new teachers here at Liberty Wellbeing we decided to introduce ourselves a little more. Here’s the first in the series introducing Sam Stone. Who are you and what do you...
A Mindful Guide to Email

A Mindful Guide to Email

A Mindful Guide to Email in 20 Minutes a Day BY LEO BABAUTA I recently did a challenge with my friend Jesse of Samovar Tea: check email just twice a day (at 10am and 4pm) for 30 minutes a session. In addition, we couldn’t check email in the morning unless we did an...
Anger is an acid

Anger is an acid

We all get angry with things at some point; the neighbour who won’t turn their music down, the cup half empty colleague or the state of the nation who we think should be doing a better job of looking after us. It’s natural right? Anger is indeed a natural...
Easter Term Dates 2017

Easter Term Dates 2017

Dates for your diary folks! Following are the term dates and times for all the weekly classes currently in our timetable for this Easter 2017. Pilates Last class 30th March Intermediates Last class 28th March Term Starts 11th April  Beginners Yoga Wednesday Term...
Tai Chi for Diabetes in Ashford

Tai Chi for Diabetes in Ashford

Tai Chi is a fun, easy to follow exercise class that anyone can take part in. Whether your mobile, agile or need to sit in a chair, everyone can enjoy the benefits of tai chi. Hour for hour, tai chi brings in more benefits and enjoyment than most other exercises. It...