Clippy's private 1-2-1, groups sessions
Bespoke packages, tailored for you.
- 3 hr3 hours
- Specified clients location
All our courses are designed to suit your requirements, we can add, change or develop custom packages. Working with individuals or groups, we can tailor this course to suit your criteria. All courses are set up in a space you have chosen. All of the courses use habit forming as a basis, it's notoriously challenging to form new habits and it's increasingly difficult to change any existing habits - so before you even begin you're already thinking "wow, this is hard". It is difficult to break cycle/habit - we often employ enormous power to try and change only to fail, my way helps to re-address that imbalance. Clippy's four habit rules: 1. The habit should be obvious - a habit that you want to change, e.g. no phone before bedtime - the blue light emitted from your phone supresses the bodies natural bedtime hormone called - melatonin. 2. The habit should be attractive - the more attractive the more likely you are to own it and make it part of you - I want to walk 10,000 steps as day, equals weight loss and the overall feeling of well-being. 3. It should be easy to follow - repeat that habit on a daily basis and it becomes easier, like drinking a class of water every morning upon waking. 4. The habit should be satisfying - make it a pleasurable experience. Have you ever wondered what a meal looks like when everyone at the table is laughing, eating and enjoying what you've cooked and everyone is relaxed. Well after two kids and teaching for nearly 20 years, I can help you achieve the ultimate 'sit down meal'. It doesn't have to be every night but you can start with one meal a week, build upon this habit until it becomes second nature to you and your family. In addition to the family sit down meal, couples or individuals can also benefit hugely from sitting down together without a' tv dinner' to relax and unwind. Consuming food while distracted is one of the main causes of emotional eating. If you do not fully absorb the food, you will be more likely to snack on unhealthy items throughout the day. Over time, this can lead to negative health consequences such as high blood pressure, weight gain and even diabetes. I call it 'mindful eating' , there are many studies to suggest that this technique helps to reduce 'emotional eating'. All this together could help to reduce depression, tiredness, anxiety, family mealtime battles, reduce food wastage, save money and time. Course - Clippy's private 1-2-1, groups, training sessions