H O W I T A L L S T A R T E D...
Hi! I’m Hannah,
I set up Hanni Rose Mindfulness in 2018. I’ve been working in mental health services in and around Bristol since 2006 (after completing a BSc Hons Psychology degree) and love supporting people to overcome adversity and reach their potential.
I currently manage a mental health company, which involves supporting a multidisciplinary team of mental health professionals, and service users with complex mental health needs.
As well as completing my Mindfulness Now Teacher Training, I am currently studying Integrating Mindfulness and Compassion in Professional Practice with Mindfulness UK. I complete regular CPD training and commit to my own mindfulness practice so that I can teach authentically.
I started practising Mindfulness in 2014 to help me manage my own stress levels and found it really helped me focus on the present, worry less and appreciate the positives in life. I then wanted to share these tools, so trained as a Mindfulness Teacher.
All I want for you is to...
Offer mindfulness events that are relaxing, warm, engaging and welcoming.
Create a space where you feel able to have a break, especially for those who struggle to prioritise looking after themselves
Meet other like-minded people and learn tools to improve your wellbeing which you can then use at home
What is Mindfulness?
Mindfulness has a long history in Buddhism and is increasingly being recognised in western society as a therapeutic practice with a wide range of positive effects
“a different door into the same room”- Jon Kabat Zinn.
Mindfulness is having an awareness of your attention, and focusing on the present moment. This sounds simple, but it can be tricky because life is often busy and complicated. Our minds can become preoccupied with memories, regrets, or worries about the future, which can lead to stress, anxiety and low mood.
Mindfulness cultivates an awareness of the ‘here and now’ and appreciation for the moment we are currently experiencing. Mindfulness often focuses on the breath and can be practised formally (through guided meditations and personal practice) or informally (mindful eating, giving someone your full attention during a conversation etc). Gratitude and Compassion (for self and others) are also integral aspects of Mindfulness.
What is Mindfulness?- YouTube Video
For more information, please see my resources section, try out
one of my free meditations or jump right in and attend a class!
T E S T I M O N I A L S
"Hannah helps to create a welcoming group atmosphere, with people from all backgrounds trying simple meditations for the first time. Friday mornings have become a little moment of calm."
- Rachel, Mindfulness Group