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Alexander Technique, Bowen Therapy and Mindfulness Courses in Cheshire

If you are suffering from pain or stress or would like to improve your posture, build your confidence, develop mind-body awareness or feel more calm and relaxed, I offer a unique combination of techniques which could help you. I'm Wendy Broad and I am a teacher of the Alexander Technique and Bowen therapist in Cheshire. I also offer mindfulness-based health and wellbeing courses to people from all over Cheshire. I am now offering Alexander Technique lessons, Bowen therapy and 1:1 Mindfulness sessions at the Middlewich Physiotherapy Clinic, Townbridge, Middlewich, CW10 9DX on Thursday afternoons and evenings, Friday and Saturday mornings.

The next group mindfulness course will start on Wednesday 27 September 2017 in Weaverham from 7.15-8.15pm. To book a place please get in touch 

T: 01606 556206    M: 07795 243346    E: info@mindfulcalm.co.uk 


About Wendy 

Wendy Broad is the founder of Mindfulcalm and offers classes, courses, lessons and therapy to people across Cheshire and South Manchester. She is based in Middlewich and works with people across Cheshire including Middlewich, Holmeschapel, Northwich, Knutsford,  Nantwich, Lymm, Warrington and Chester, as well as organisations across the UK.

Her practice is the centre of Middlewich, just a few minutes drive from Northwich, Davenham and Kingsmead and about a 10-15 minute drive from Weaverham, Hartford, Whitegate, Knutsford, Winsford, Kelsall, Delamere and Norley; around 20 minutes from Stretton, Lymm and Nantwich and 30 minutes from Runcorn, Tarvin, Frodsham, Stockton Heath and Chester.

How can I help you? 

What is mindfulness? 

The term mindfulness means focusing attention and awareness in a non-judgmental way. It is a mind-body approach that can really help you to change the way that you think and feel about your experiences and can make a difference to your health.


Regular, sustained mindfulness practice can help us to feel more calm and relaxed. It can help to change the way that we look at things, enabling us to access new skills to cope more easily with the stresses and strains of everyday life.

Research has shown that people committing to a daily mindfulness practice can experience significant health benefits. It can dramatically reduce pain and the emotional reaction to it. Sustained mindfulness meditation enhances brain function and improves the immune system. The NICE guidelines recommend Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) to treat relapsing depression and mindfulness is often used by people to manage anxiety, depression, stress, exhaustion and irritability. There are also reports of mindfulness lowering blood pressure and improving the control of blood sugar in type II diabetes.


Mindfulness Courses:

Mindfulness can help us to move from living life on autopilot to responding to life's ups and downs with choice and awareness. We learn to use the body and breath to calm and settle us. Activities include sitting, lying down and gentle movement with awareness. All activites can be done in a chair if you prefer. There is no religious or spiritual content.


The Alexander Technique

Alexander TechniquThe Alexander Technique is a practical method to help you to change unhelpful patterns of tension in the body which can lead to pain and strain. Have you ever noticed your posture while working at a computer? The Alexander Technique can help you to stop and recognise what you are doing, so that you can make a mindful choice about what you do next. Many people come for lessons to improve their posture and to help them to reduce pain. The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) guidelines now recommends the Alexander Technique for relieving lower back pain. It can enable you to learn new ways to move and live your life with greater freedom and ease.

It is often used to help sciatica, neck pain, shoulder pain, pregnancy pain and to support people with Parkinson’s disease. As the technique involves learning how to let go of unhelpful patterns of tension in the body, it can be beneficial for stress relief and building self-confidence. This technique is often used by professionals to enhance their business, sport, musical or stage performance and simply just to help people to relax.


Bowen Technique Therapy

Bowen Technique Therapy If you prefer a very gentle therapy to help you to feel calm, relieve emotional stress and anxiety, I also offer Bowen Therapy.

This is a holistic, hands-on technique with no force or manipulation. It can help you to experience a very deep state of relaxation allowing your body to rebalance and heal itself. People from all over Cheshire come for Bowen therapy to address a wide range of conditions from lower back pain to irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).


How do I make an appointment?

Please call, email or use the contacts form:

T: 01606 556206   M: 07795 243346    E: info@mindfulcalm.co.uk 




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Mindfulness in Weaverham

A new mindfulness practice course for mind-body awareness and relaxation starts on Wednesday 27 Sept from 7.15-8.15pm in Weaverham at the Lighthouse. £80 for 8-weeks (paid in advance) £10 per week (£40 minimum charge paid in advance) Please get in touch  to reserve your place.



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