Emotional intelligence is not the triumph of heart over head;
it is the unique intersection of both.

Wellbeing workshops

We don't all have a mental illness but we do all have mental health, because we're all human beings!

This isn't something to be scared of or shy away from - those days are over. Support and empower yourself and your group with one of my engaging, informative and useful wellbeing workshops.

These workshops are available at your workplace, school/college/uni, community group or event space.

Workshops during COVID-19 and beyond:


My workshops are available online - all are available as live sessions via Zoom so your group can attend from any location.

Some of my workshops are available as pre-recorded downloads so that you can watch them at any time (marked 'Download option').


Stress & Resilience

Learn about the stress response and how to manage it. Techniques and practical information for building resilience. Lots of education and experiential exercises to make the learning personal to each participant. Worksheets will be supplied which can be used as a resource for continued practice.

2 hours or half day (4 hrs) options

Stressed Woman

Mindfulness for Modern Life

This highly rated talk expands on the 'Introduction to...' talk with more visuals and experiential exercises, focusing on the day to day application of mindfulness.

90 mins

mindfulnes for moden life

Street Wisdom

Street Wisdom is an immersive walking workshop that teaches you how to use the city streets to solve problems, inspire creativity and boost wellbeing. It's the ideal activity to re-energise your team and reconnect to your community.

More on the Street Wisdom Website


90 min 'lunch & learn', or 3 hour full experience

Street Wisdom


Intentional Living After Lockdown


Co-hosted with Emily Brinnand (Matter of Mind Coaching).

This is a guide to help you navigate these uncertain times with courage, presence and compassion. It includes mindfulness practice, tools, journaling questions, techniques and guidance from two qualified and experienced wellbeing professionals.

The workshop is in 3 parts: processing, awareness and what's next. It comes with an accompanying workbook for each participant.

2 hours


Introduction to Mindfulness

Ideal for beginners either as a one off workshop or as a precursor to regular morning/lunchtime sessions or my 8 week course.

​I'll explain what Mindfulness is (and isn't), why and how we practice it in busy modern life, as well as giving meditation a go. 

45-60 mins


Ways to Wellbeing


General information and practical tips for improving wellness. Covers holistic health, self care, the 5 ways to wellbeing and more.

Can be personalised to your group eg wellbeing in the workplace or during COVID19.

This is a great way to start conversations/reflections about mental health in an approachable and useful way.

1 hour


Advice On Anxiety

Defining what anxiety is and learning how it affects the mind and body.

Guidance and practices for managing anxiety and finding more peace.

1 hour

Rock Maze

Mindful Lunch Breaks

These short sessions take place on Zoom and are designed to help your team find calm, focus and presence in the middle of the working day. Regular mindfulness practice is a wonderful way to maintain good mental health and is easy to do in the workplace - all you need is an internet connection and a quiet place to sit.

Ideally these would take place after my Introduction to Mindfulness workshop, unless those attending are already familiar with the practice.

Get in touch to organise a trial or to book a block of sessions for your team.

30 mins


Let's take this outside...

If you'd like to offer your team something fresh and away from the screen, how about a session outdoors?

This is a holistic approach to workplace wellbeing that could take place in a local nature reserve, woodland or park and would be a wonderful way to reduce stress, boost morale and inspire a sense of connection.

Choose from the following two options:

Forest Bathing

Currently available for groups of 5 (following Government guidelines).

Take a mindful walk in nature to recharge your energy and reconnect to yourself and the natural world. This is  a guided nature immersion experience that can be either 1 or 2 hours depending on your needs - though I promise if you book 1 hour you'll wish you'd booked 2!

Read more about my nature connection work here.

And read about the benefits of a 2 hour 'nature dose' here.

Screen to Green workshop (1 hr)

Currently available online for groups of any size or in person for groups of 5 (following current Government guidelines)

Focusing on the theme of work/life balance this workshop includes:

  • a brief introduction to forest bathing and it's benefits

  • a selection of activities designed to help participants relax, be present and connect to their environment (from screen to green).

  • tips and suggestions on how they can use these experiences to help manage stress and wind down in day to day life.

If this is done as an online workshop, participants will choose a green space to be in at the agreed time (their local park is fine, or even a garden) and log onto zoom. Most of the workshop will be listening to some information or an instruction then putting their phones in their pockets and connecting to their environment. The audio alone will be enough to connect so there is little screen time required.


Let's talk

If you'd like to know more or have a wellbeing issue not covered by the above and want to know if I can help, please get in touch.


07986 023 173

Workshop fees are dependant on session length and location. Please enquire for specifics.

I also provide 4 free/low cost workshops per year (1 per season) for charities or low budget community groups. If you'd like to set something up for 2020 get in touch!



We thought it was fabulous! Right length, clear and relevant content for modern life and excellent practical exercises and signposting to resources. Natalie has such an easy relaxed manner and voice!


The delivery of the session was fantastic. Natalie's approach created an open atmosphere in the room that encouraged people to open up about what stresses them, how they behave when they're stressed and techniques that they could use to be more resilient.

University of Salford Staff / STRESS & RESILIENCE