Nina works across complementary roles in health care and wellbeing as a Mindfulness teacher, Clinical Psychologist, and Yoga Teacher. She trained with the Mindfulness Association, a UK provider for Mindfulness training and teaches the Mindfulness Based Living Course, MBLC and follow-on course, the Compassionate Based Living Course, CBLC for the general public.
She works part-time for the NHS in a multidisciplinary team for mental and physical health taking the opportunity through the online medium. In this role she integrates bespoke mindfulness-based approaches in therapeutic care as well as offering mindfulness drop-in-classes to service users and staff alike for wellbeing. She is registered with the Health Care Professions Council (HCPC), the British Psychological Society, (BPS) and is a member of the Holistic Psychology Faculty.
Mindfulness developed organically through Nina’s professional career and personal practice of mind-body-heart disciplines. She has been teaching mindfulness inspired yoga since 2010. In 2019 she was involved in co-designing and delivering a six-week therapeutic yoga pilot-course for stress, burnout, and anxiety with a team of researchers at Kent University. She has subsequently offered mindfulness yoga for holistic health through TMG for the public and for NHS staff.
Nina aspires to create an inclusive space for all people to share and learn from each other by finding common ground through our connected humanity - empowering for both the individual and a widening community of practitioners. She is inspired by her teachers, mindfulness-colleagues, and the people she works with.
“You suppose you are the trouble
But you are the cure
You suppose that you are the lock on the door
But you are the key that opens it
It's too bad that you want to be someone else
You don't see your own face, your own beauty
Yet, no face is more beautiful than yours.”