You will discover how something so simple can make such a powerful difference to your well-being.

Mindfulness is based on ancient Buddhist meditation practices with which we can develop our concentration, pay conscious attention to what is happening around us and avoid the negative disorders that overwhelm us.

With Mindfulness we learn to listen to our thoughts, emotions and sensations, accepting them and letting them go. We do not judge what we experience, we just allow it to flow, little by little, to regain control of our lives and the events that happen to us. We understand the here and the now and we live in the present.

And I say this with convictions because, mindfulness has helped me overcome anxiety and to enjoy life.

The benefits of this practice have encouraged me to complete my training in Psychology with a master’s degree in third-generation therapies including Mindfulness. In addition, I am following Kabat Zinn’s MBSR (Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction) training and I have obtained my certification in Mindful Eating with Jan Chozen Bays and in Mindfulness for children with Eline Snel.

All of this has led me to apply mindfulness in two areas of personal well-being that I consider very important and which can generate different negative disorders: control of anxiety and stress, and the relationship between our body and food.


The main goals of this course is to teach you how to regulate your emotions so that they do not overwhelm you both professionally and personally.

Your work or your personal circumstances will stop being an impediment to enjoy your day to day life.


There’s no correct or incorrect way of eating. The important thing is for you you maintain a balanced attitude towards food: without binge eating, controlling what you eat, being conscious about enjoying what you eat …

With this course, you will develop a more positive relationship with food. How and why you eat will be the keys to improving and enjoying something as important to our well-being as food.

100% practical

Audios and exercises you can do at home

Time flexibility

Individual monitoring

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