Unwind Course


Unwind 6 Week Meditation Course – Cornwall.

Join me on this deep-dive adventure into relaxation and the brain. We will look at what stress, anxiety and negative thinking are and learn practical techniques to help manage or quieten them down. 


This is a six week course featuring interesting lectures and practical exercises. We will be learning breathing, meditation and mindfulness techniques and finish with a relaxing and not-at-all scary group hypnosis at the end of each session (if you would like to find out more about what hypnotherapy is like, please watch the video on my home page).

So come along, meet some like-minded people and start to take back control of your feelings and emotions. The course costs £99 and includes a workbook for each session.

This is what we will be covering:

WEEK 1: The science behind stress, anxiety, depression and others. Good chemicals and bad chemicals. How we can start to take back control of our emotional state.

WEEK 2: The principles behind meditation and breathing exercises. Why they work and how to do them.

WEEK 3: Sleep, REM and hypnosis. Powerful techniques to improve mental health and relax.

WEEK 4: Exercise and the brain. How to get moving and also to get ourselves into a relaxed state through movement of the body.

WEEK 5: Neuroplasticity and habits. The ever-changing brain.

WEEK 6: Addressing our thoughts. Why positive thinking is so important. The science behind our thought patterns and how to shift them.

Please bring along a pen, a yoga mat (I have spares if you don’t own one), a blanket and a pillow or cushion. You may wish to bring some bottled water too.


UNWIND Testimonials:

“Tuesday mornings have become my favourite time of the week. Natalie is warm and friendly yet professional and very knowledgeable. The course has taught me so much more than I expected. Not only about meditation, but also about myself. I come away feeling positive and totally relaxed.”


“Enjoyed the course. Loved the exercises that we did. Learnt many new skills and coping strategies.”