Using Mindfulness in Coaching: A Discussion With Emily Johnston

20th April 2020

In this brilliantly engaging virtual conversation, Animas Centre Director Robert Stephenson sits down with Animas Trainer and Wellbeing Practitioner Emily Johnston to explore the concept of mindfulness in relation to coaching. 

Emily shares what mindfulness is, her own mindfulness practice, and how practicing mindfulness can enable us to be more self-aware, in turn giving us more choice in the present moment. 

Watch the conversation now by clicking the image below. 

We hope that you enjoy this discussion! 

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