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Hey friends 👋🏻

Here are Doable ideas, Reflections and Mindfulness to try out this week.

Doable ideas 💭

Do 1 thing your tomorrow self will be grateful for.

Reflections 🪞

Do 1 thing your tomorrow self will be grateful for.

Mindfulness 🧘🏻‍♀️

My 1-minute hack to mindfulness this week:


Practise gratitude.


I have random moments during the day when I feel immensely grateful about something or someone.


It feels so good – like fuel to my body and mind, really.


Examples this week:

  • my morning coffee ritual
  • my friend who shows up for our 6.30am boxing class together
  • ability to help people on a daily basis
  • 8yo client who responds well to pop songs that I like 🤩


There is no right or wrong way to practise mindfulness.


It’s all about being present, and aligning our body and mind.


If you’re interested in more mindfulness “hacks”, read my new article here:

A gift for you 🎁

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Ideas Worth Pondering 🧠

On building confidence and overcoming fear.


This week I was trying to figure out ways to get comfortable being upside down. At this stage I couldn’t even kick myself up against the wall for a handstand so I regressed to trying headstand.


Again, more like a mental friction than technical barrier.

When I was searching for YouTube tutorials I came across a guy who said: the way to overcome fear is… “exposure therapy”.


That was interesting.


Not just in calisthenics training, but in life generally, in order to build the skills and confidence necessary to achieve our goals, we need constant practice and to put ourselves out there.


We can only generate evidence that we are capable by taking the first step and actually doing the damn thing.


Here are more examples this week:

  • The student I’m supervising reflected on her boosted confidence in trying intervention ideas because she was given the chance to test things out (in a safe environment, of course 🙂)
  • I didn’t freak out while I got a last minute notice to cover for a colleague because my confidence lies in my capability to handle uncertainties
  • I pushed myself to do 1 more rep per pull-up set because I knew I had been practising


So, what is stopping you from doing something you longed for/achieving your goals?


How are you going to face your fears?

Video This Week 🎥

The famous bella ciao song cover is here 🙂

If you enjoyed that, please share with others.


Whenever you’re ready, there are 2 ways I can help you:

  1. Claim your peace of mind with these handpan guided meditation soundtracks.
  2. Work 1:1 with me to improve your health and wellbeing with music therapy. No waiting list!

Be awesome x