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Mindfulness is to become aware of our thoughts, feelings and experiences moment by moment. It enables us to take a step back and observe life from a place of peace and acceptance.

Kate Delaney PhD is a mindfulness trainer, clinical hypnotherapist and executive coach. She has been practicing mindfulness meditation for over 15 years and is a passionate advocate of its benefits.

Kate undertook her training with the British Mindfulness Institute and studied under Dr Patrizia Collard (author of Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy for Dummies). In addition to her executive coaching work she runs retreats and 8 week courses in Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT).

Kate came to mindfulness after a period of adversity in her own life. It inspired her to be more present and live life to the full. encourage others to be their best self.


“In today’s rush, we all think too much — seek too much — want too much — and forget about the joy of just being.”

Eckhart Tolle


Kate offers one to one mindfulness coaching, mindfulness group training classes and mindfulness retreats. Kate lives near Chichester and works from several clinics including The WOW Clinic, Westbourne, The Boxgrove Clinic, Chichester and the Barn Physiotherapy Clinic, Havant. 

 “When you realize nothing is lacking, the whole world belongs to you.” Lao Tzu


A course of mindfulness training can help you find space and focus in your life. It can help with feelings of overwhelm, anxiety or depression as well as enhance performance and an overall sense of wellbeing. 

Mindfulness enables us to get to know our true selves and re-connect with who we are beneath the social constructs of our lives and the constant chatter of our mind. When we are mindful we can realise our true potential and access our most powerful inner resources.

" If we could see the miracle of a single flower clearly, our whole life would change..."


To be mindful is our natural state. We are all born mindful. Just watch a small child or animal and you will see that in the absence of thought there is a calm, curiosity about life.

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“Mindfulness isn’t difficult, we just need to remember to do it.”

Sharon Salzberg