How Our Neurocentric Presence Course Will Change Your Life
Are you struggling to quieten your mind? Do your thoughts race? Do you sometimes feel unable to relax and be spontaneous and joyful? Do you have habits like jaw clenching and neck holding patterns you can't seem to break? Do you sometimes wake up exhausted and feel you have hardly slept, even when you have apparently slept well? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then this course is for you.
Sue Fuller-Good is a leading and cutting edge physiotherapist and a specialized coach in Johannesburg SA. She has 30 years of experience working with people, treating their ailments, coaching and guiding them and facilitating their wellbeing. She has been learning how to help people stress less and relax more for all these years.
Her unique and crucial offering will help you. Sue has developed her own brand of Mindfulness Practice, called Neuro-centric Presence. She realized that for many people, meditation was too hard especially with a very busy mind. It was simply not something people would consistently make time for in the face of countless distractions and demands. Using the tools you will learn on this course, you will be able to gain all the benefits of mindfulness practice without spending much time at all.
Knowing, as Sue did, the absolute value of becoming more present, Sue knew she had to find a way to bring mindfulness practice to more people and make it accessible even within the constraints of busy, overwhelmingly demanding schedules and time limitations.
Sue uses her understanding of the body, physiology, body language and neuroscience to back up what she teaches. She brings you pure science, but makes it easy to understand and follow.
Her work is all about giving people the tools they need to:
Thrive and focus
Pulse with energy
Have a growth mind-set
Build their emotional resilience and agility
And find peace of mind and stillness. Sue has been practicing Neuro-centric Presence herself for 30 years. She has studied the mind, mindfulness and meditation in SA, in India and she has taken numerous treks and voyages into nature and into the depths of herself to help her develop her vast knowledge.Sue started teaching mindfulness to prisoners in Leeukop Prison in 2004. She maintains the prisoners taught her to teach mindfulness!Our next Mindfulness class Starts on the 4th July at 5.30pm – 7.30pm and thereafter every week on Wednesdays at the same time for 4 weeks.To secure your place on the course we need a 50% deposit. You will receive a 10% discount should you pay now in full. Really excited to take you on this journey.Warmest regards The Body Brilliance Team