Mindfulness for Carers

Being a carer for a loved one can be one of the most stressful situations anyone can face. You may find yourself constantly being worried about the future, or mourning for the past while juggling many tasks in the present. 


Mindfulness is a great way to quiet your busy mind from time to time, help you manage stress and over time increase resilience.


Scientific-evidence has shown that a regular mindfulness practice can have lots of benefits. Most notably it can

  • Enhance empathy and self-compassion

  • Improve cognition

  • Stabilise stress levels

  • Promote emotional health and well-being

  • Improve attention


Check out our mindfulness video library below. We have run sessions on managing anxiety, fostering self-compassion and how to integrate mindfulness into your daily life.  


If you don't have time to sit down for a full session, no problem! Our Mindful Moments videos are all under five minutes! 

Want to be mindful at your own pace? Download our self-compassion and resilience mindfulness guide.

Check out our programme of Mindfulness sessions with Sarah in October, November and December here