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Mindfulness workshops &
guided meditations

Why mindfulness?

Research shows that mindfulness practices, particularly meditation, can help with stress reduction, managing anxiety, improving sleep and concentration, and supporting emotional, mental and physical wellness in other ways. 

Above all, it supports you to become present to your moment-to-moment needs and experiences, helping you respond to the present moment with greater self-awareness and inner calm.

How I can help you

I provide practical tools, rooted in traditional mindfulness, which you can integrate into your everyday life to feel more centred and grounded. 


I have outlined below some of the key topics and aspects of mindfulness that I can focus on.

I tailor the length and content of all sessions to meet the needs of your team or group. I can offer sessions that range from half-hour guided mediations to longer workshops that include more in-depth talks and guided exercises. 

Guided meditations

Understandably, many people find the idea of meditation daunting, assuming that they must completely switch off all thoughts to meditate. This is simply not true.

I guide you through easy-to-follow meditation exercises that you can repeat in your own time - supporting you to bring your awareness into the present moment and helping you to feel more peaceful and grounded.

Try one of my guided meditations here

Being in the present moment

Being in the present moment means that your awareness is focused in the here-and-now.


You are present to your own needs, you are present to the tasks at hand, and you are present to those you are working with or spending time with. 

When our awareness is not in the present moment, we can find ourselves much more easily scattered, overwhelmed, unfocused, and ungrounded.

I share more about the importance of presence in this talk.

"Mindfulness gives you the inner space and quietness that allow you to look deeply, to find out who you are and what you want to do with your life." 

Thich Nhat Hanh

Mindfulness and wellbeing

Traditional mindfulness teaches us to be present to our emotions, our thoughts and how we feel physically - without judgement. 

These mindfulness practices support our wellbeing by enabling us to better understand our needs and ensure they're met. But applying this can feel challenging at times. 

I therefore teach practical tools to help you become more mindful of your thoughts and feelings in a way that supports your wellbeing.

You can find an example of a talk I've shared on being present to, and working with your emotions here.

About me

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I'm Nadine Saad - a holistic coach helping conscious leaders to cultivate and sustain more inner peace. I give them the tools to lead themselves through challenges feeling clearer, calmer and more centred.


I'm a certified coach, meditation teacher and Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT®) practitioner.

I'm also an Accredited Member of ACCPH (Accredited Counsellors, Coaches, Psychotherapists and Hypnotherapists). 

Get in touch

If you're interested in arranging a group mindfulness session or package of sessions, please get in touch directly and let me know how I can help you.

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