An opportunity for APECS members

Coaching-with-the-body - a series of 6 individual sessions + 6 reflective discussions by email + 1 day group workshop

Offered at an affordable fee rate

How can you be resourceful in the face of continual change and competing demands that stretch your capacity in all directions?

An opportunity to connect with what is really true for you and then take that insight into your business and your life. The result enriches both yourself and the individuals with whom you interact.

This 1:1 and group work draws on the tradition of yoga as a mindfulness based coaching method:
Woven into the coaching conversation are body postures, regulated breath, meditative pause and philosophical threads. The postures engage thinking, feeling and reflection. Physical movement with focus quietens the mind and creates space for new perspectives. This is energising and grounding. Sensory perception expands so you may respond with your embodied mind and express your authentic self.  Being centred allows a deep inner cohesion and interpersonal engagement which enhances the learning opportunities.

Fees:    self referred     £1 400                         in Company     £2 000

I plan to start in February with a conversation with each person, and run the coaching sessions March to December 2020.

Elspeth Campbell bio:
Management consultant and executive coach specialising in somatic intelligence and mindful action bringing effective impact in the workplace. An accredited APECS coach, qualified in psychology and an Iyengar Yoga teacher. Elspeth facilitates leadership development across business sectors inspired by systemic management practice. Her consultancy, and supervision of coaching, are enhanced with the physiological and spiritual wisdom of integration within self and within one’s community, which is the meaning of yoga.  This project is at the leading edge of using yoga as a key to well being at work based on study Elspeth is doing on neuroscience research into yoga as an integrated approach and evidence-based effects on emotional balance, mental concentration and enhanced self esteem.

At both APECS Symposium 2017 and 2015 Fiona Adamson and I ran an embodied Relational Practice session based on this approach for which we have written a paper.