Earth love and mindfulness for health

Some really practical strategies for mental and ecological health

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As I move on in this new phase, and feel more and more aware of the natural world More and more I’m thinking that the way we can move forward out of lock-down and COVID-19 is by falling in love with the earth.

I was interviewed about how nature can improve our mental health (not my best facial expression ever but Phillip asked some really great questions and I’m really happy with the content is useful:

Then as I sat in my hammock today, having seen an owl on my morning walk this morning, I recorded this podcast about why I think falling in love with earth will help us sniff our way forward to a more sustainable, healthy life.

How do you fancy having a chat with me about how this strange time has changed/is changing you or how you would like to change it?  I’m thinking of making some really simple podcast conversations so we can all share where we are at and be inspired by each other.  Get in touch here.

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Julie Leoni

Writer, Listener, Teacher, Dr

I am a stress and well-being coach who supports women to ask for what they want and look after their own needs so that they can hear their heart's call and live a more empowered and meaningful life. I draw on experience and training in bereavement, domestic abuse, mindfulness, meditation, yoga, Transactional Analysis and other therapeutic approaches to get you loving you. I have 2 sons who I love loads (and who sometimes drive me crazy). I'm a Barefoot Trained coach and I got a distinction for my post-grad cert in 2011. I have a PhD which led me to look at Emotional Intelligence in schools and I have a number of academic and professional qualifications in various types of therapy. I have practiced meditation since I went to India over 25 years ago and I'm currently training to be a yoga teacher. I have written a couple of books, I teach psychology and work with a large variety of coaching clients.

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