Hi, I'm Vibha, born and raised in London by my Indian parents.
After completing a degree in psychology and working in the field for a few years I travelled for a few more, training in Thai Yoga Massage in Thailand and back in England too. This was also when I decided to move to the sea and am still congratulating myself 22 years on!
I continued training in Head Massage, Reflexology, and Holistic Massage. In order to support my relationship with my growing teenagers, I decided to train as a teacher of Mindfulness and Meditation after a 30 year on/off relationship with meditation.
I believe our body, the vehicle for 'Me', for 'I', experiences; often we forget this or expect that some feelings are reflected in the body, and assume that others are not.
Working directly on the physical body is one way to connect
with the body in the present moment and with what may be deeply stored. In connection, we feel our self alive.
Mindfulness offers us a route, which we have the
choice to access whenever we want.
You are invited to meet me on the first Tuesday each Month to share ideas for projects we could run together as part of the Mental Wealth pilot programme, or for an entirely new programme.
Working in partnership with others we can create events, projects or programmes which could be delivered online or at the Acton Gardens Community Centre.
Your ideas could be in the realm of the arts, culture, media, enterprise or education.
Appointments by email,
I look forward to meeting you.
South Acton & Acton Gardens
Partnerships & Digital
Paula Watson, Counsellor
& Community Organiser