Pastures New


Complements Holistic Health & Healing moved to Centre4 Limited, 17a Wootton Road, Grimsby, DN33 1HE and has spent several years developing a thriving business and building wonderful relationships within  Centre4 and additional organisations, staff and wider community.

With the onset of 2020 the time has come for me to retire from my Holistic Therapy business.  The business will close at the end of January 2020 but until that time I will be offering therapies on a Wednesday afternoon and Friday daytime.

Thank you to everyone who has supported me on this wonderful journey and it has been a joy to help support you all on your therapeutic journey.

Wishing you everything you wish for yourselves.

Namaste June

What is Mindfulness?

Mindfulness smallMindfulness is the practice of being present and aware in the moment with either our internal or external experiences empowering us to see clearly what is happening in our lives.  It offers us the opportunity to develop a more positive approach to life by cultivating clarity, insight, understanding and compassion towards ourselves, others and situations that may arise during our daily and life experiences.  Practicing mindfulness allows us to step away from habitual patterns and reactions to everyday events, develops our ability to make positive choices and changes to our mental, emotional, physical and spiritual well-being.

What are the benefits of developing a mindful approach to life?

  • Reduces stress
  • Reduces blood pressure
  • Alleviates depression and anxiety
  • Restores health and well-being
  • Calms the mind and promotes clear thinking
  • Helps with pain management
  • Improves personal and professional relationships
  • Enables automatic thought and behaviour patterns to be changed
  • Enables a positive response to be achieved when facing difficult or complex issues and situations

Complements Holistic Health and Healing: 64 St. Peter’s Avenue, Cleethorpes, North East Lincolnshire. DN35 8HP. Tel: 07876704352

What is Inner RePatterning?

What is Inner RePatterning?

Inner RePatterning is a mindfulness based psychotherapeutic technique.  Created by Tania A Prince and co-developed with June K Spencer it is a powerful approach for creating personal transformation. It can gently resolve issues without having to talk about or analyse “the problem”.  It often works extremely quickly, simply because it deals with the true cause of all problems. Working with or using the technique as a self-help tool allows the person/client to recognise limiting cognitive, emotional and behavioural patterns and subsequently through developing awareness is empowered to bring about positive change.

What are the benefits of Inner RePatterning?DVD

  • Reduces heart rate
  • Reduces stress and anxiety
  • Releases tension
  • Promotes relaxation
  • Develops emotional intelligence
  • Reconnects us to our higher thought patterns
  • Teaches us compassion for ourselves and others
  • Restores peace of mind

Mindful Breathing Exercise

Mindful Breathing Exercise:  This is a fundamental meditation practice that calms theCalm the Mind respond or react to the experience in the present moment..


Sit comfortably, with an upright spine (on the floor, cushion or chair), gently lower your eyes so that you are looking just beyond your knees or close your eyes.  (This meditation is about being alert, aware and present in the moment whilst putting your attention on your breath).

Begin by gently noticing your breath.  Simply observe each breath as it happens as you breathe in and out through your nostrils.  If this is not possible just notice your breath as it happens by focusing on the rise and fall of your chest or abdomen.  There is no need to alter your breathing, just observe it as it is happening.  Be with this experience in this moment.

If you mind begins to wander, caught by thoughts, bodily sensations or by noise in the room or outside, however or whatever occurs, know this is okay.  Simply notice the distraction and gently bring your attention and focus back onto the breath and breathing.

Take a few moments to be present in the moment and when you feel ready expand your awareness from the breath to the room around you.  When you are ready bring the exercise to a close.

Take a few moments to think about your experience and how you feel.  If you found it difficult, don’t worry, with practice it can become an automatic pattern.

You can perform this exercise anyway and for any length of time.  It is especially good to use when you feel stress occurring or you just need to calm the mind.

This practice can help to reduce tension, lower your heart rate and calm the mind.