Introduction to Mindfulness
Anna set up her own coaching and training business in 2015. She offers a diverse range of services to support individuals and groups at significant moments in their personal and professional lives, so they can thrive. She focuses on supporting people to bring our their best so they can find their own solutions to overcome challenges and build resilience. Using mindfulness is just one small part of her work.
Anna sings with ‘Sing in the City’ choir in Edinburgh and has been offering mindfulness sessions via Zoom to the members who are socially isolating to help them through this difficult time when they can’t meet, socialise and sing together. She has kindly shared an introduction to Mindfulness with us. You can follow her on Facebook and find more information about her business on her website.
Here are a few links for more information about Anna:
Anne discusses our plans for the next few months and what we are doing to keep The Cheyne Gang singing at home.
Edinburgh University/Our Health Update
The team of Edinburgh University/Our Health students, that has been working with the Charteris and Oxgangs groups, have sent us video messages with their lockdown news.
Thank you to them for keeping the Cheyne Gang in mind during this crisis.
A very insipational video that was passed on by Julie who is the Voice Coach for our Tweed Valley Innerleithen Group.
Thanks to Gillian McLaren Scott for her continued support and her kind words in this Facebook post on World Voice Day.
For those of you without Facebook her words and a video she filmed can be seen below.
World Voice Day 2020 - Let's celebrate the wonderful work of the Cheyne Gang, a charity working with people living with long term respiratory conditions and currently doing a fantastic job supporting their choir members during this difficult time.
Find out more about the charity on their website: https://www.thecheynegang.com
Let's help them find a louder voice for the future!