“Take the Steps” Courses in Mindfulness, Wellbeing and Positive Psychology

Learn to relax, reduce stress, anxiety and overthinking and BE more mindful in your daily life. You will build new and lasting happiness habits and ways of thinking that benefit not only you, but your relationships with family and friends. The training uses both left brain and right brain techniques, to  “re-wire” the brain to focus on positivity and wellbeing in a natural way.  All the information and techniques used are evidence based.

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  • 5 star review  I really enjoyed this mindfulness course. Margaret was very interesting and engaging and really helped us stop and evaluate the benefits of spending time each day on our psychological well-being. The relaxation and positive thought streaming downloads provided were excellent. I noticed as the course progressed I just naturally became more positive in myself, relaxed, flexible and have been able to concentrate much more on living in the present. I would highly recommend this course.

    thumb Joan Tracey
    15th March 2018

    5 star review  This is an amazing course full of life. Margaret is a brilliant educator who can change your state and leave you feeling energized. I would recommend this course to anyone !

    thumb MacConshnamha
    9th March 2018
  • 5 star review  When you have made the decision that something needs to change, this is the course for you. Margaret is an inspiring facilitator who has designed a unique blended styled Mindfulness program that will get you back on your path again. It requires commitment from you, although the benefits are really really worth it. Recommend this course with the highest gratitude for what I received from it. An absolute must for anyone that is looking for a way of calming the mind, self-development, or general wanting to become more confident and forward moving. 10 out of 10.

    thumb Sam Lyons
    10th December 2018

    5 star review  I really enjoyed this mindfulness course. Margaret was very interesting and engaging and really helped us stop and evaluate the benefits of spending time each day on our psychological well-being. The relaxation and positive thought streaming downloads provided were excellent. I noticed as the course progressed I just naturally became more positive in myself, relaxed, flexible and have been able to concentrate much more on living in the present. I would highly recommend this course.

    thumb Joan Tracey
    15th March 2018
  • 5 star review  I really enjoyed the take the steps mindfulness course, Margaret is a lovely person, welcoming, kind and informative. She weaves mindfulness practice through a wonderful thread of stories from her own life which makes mindfulness practice come alive. Margaret gives all participants access to many of her own mindfulness meditations and these are really good, I love them! I would definitely recommend this course.

    thumb Lána Mc Carthy
    10th March 2018

    5 star review  What I really appreciate about Take the Steps Mindfulness Course is how practical and easy it is to use in everyday life. I find myself applying what I have learned to my work and home life almost without realising it. Also, Margaret's friendly, easy going manner made it a comfortable, safe space to be in, it is obvious Margaret loves what she does, I will miss my Thursday evenings! Liz

    thumb Liz Johnston
    10th March 2018

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I love the ending to this story: such kindness and generosity.When John Lennon met Yoko Ono in 1966, he fell head over heels in love.He dropped his first wife, Cynthia, like a hot potato.He had an affair and married Yoko in early 1969.He gave his ex only a stipend as a divorce settlement, although he knew Cynthia was going to have to support and raise their son, Julian, who was then just five years old.After a few years, Cynthia was soon almost flat broke, she knew she would have to get some money together in order for she and Julian to survive. She made a necessary decision, she would sell the love letters and drawings John had given her when they were a young couple, in love, in their teens.The letters were very passionate, filled with “I love you, Cyn” quotes.You can imagine how much it must have hurt Cynthia to have to part with these priceless keepsakes.Cynthia sold them for a large amount.The buyer was Paul McCartney.Paul had paid a small fortune for the mementoes.A few days later, Cynthia received all the letters and drawings in the mail, now all neatly framed.They came with a note.The note read: “Never sell your memories. Love, Paul McCartney”. ... See MoreSee Less
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