About Me

Ness Lee

My name is Ness Lee, I am a mindfulness coach working with children, young people and adults in the Sherborne area. I work in schools, with groups and also with individuals, to teach the invaluable life skill of mindfulness.

The benefits of mindfulness:

  • A reduction in stress
  • Reduced anxiety and depression
  • Improved health and wellbeing
  • Greater confidence and self-esteem
  • Improved clarity and focus
  • Better quality sleep
  • Greater resilience
  • Pain reduction
  • Increased clam and positivity
  • Improved relationships


What is Mindfulness?

Mindfulness is simply the practice of bringing awareness to the present moment, with an attitude of curiosity and kindness.
When we are being mindful, we are engaged in a moment-by- moment awareness of our thoughts, feelings, bodily sensations and environment. We are not caught up in re-hashing the past or worrying about the future.
We use meditation to cultivate a mindful practise so that we can then apply it to everyday life.
Mindfulness puts you in touch with your emotions. It provides a respite from the busyness of your thoughts and allows you to sit back and observe, bringing greater self-knowledge and clarity.
Learning to live more mindfully creates space between you and your feelings, enabling you to react more thoughtfully to stresses. Awareness of challenging emotions as they arise provides the opportunity to respond calmly with more flexibility and empathy.
The practise of mindfulness has been proven to have a profound impact on wellbeing, with an ever growing body of evidence consistently demonstrating its benefits – A reduction in stress and anxiety, increased calm, focus and happiness.
Scientists have now discovered that beyond increasing wellbeing, with neuroplasticity, mindfulness actually changes the shape of the brain!
Mindfulness rewires positive thoughts and emotions. The amygdala that deals with stress and fear can shrink in size, while the areas of the brain that deal in emotional regulation, increase in size.

7 to 11 year olds

Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we could pack a tool kit for our children, full of the life skills necessary to equip them for the many and varied pressures that come their way ?

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Teens and young Adults

I believe that every young person should have the support and encouragement to be able to be the best version of themselves.

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There is an emerging body of evidence that suggests that bringing mindfulness into family life, can support both parents and children.

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Mindfulness isn’t a cure all, but it is a way of recognising thoughts, forgiving ourselves for them and offering the opportunity to nip the unhelpful in the bud.

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