In order for us to succeed in life and to be the best versions of ourselves, first and foremost, above anything else, we need to be well






In order for us to succeed in life and to be the best versions of ourselves, first and foremost, above anything else, we need to be well


Wellness for Success is on a mission to help create a ripple effect of the benefits of a more mindful and compassionate approach to life and business.

What I Offer

WORKPLACE WELLNESS

For companies who want to achieve optimum performance in the work place by putting the health and wellbeing of staff at the top of their agenda.

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Executive Coaching

Are you looking for time out to reflect and refocus on your work and life priorities, feel less stressed and get more clarity on the goals you want to achieve?

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MY APPROACH

My approach to well-being for creating sustainable change, is based on neuroscience, mindfulness, and positive psychology




MY APPROACH

My approach to well-being for creating sustainable change, is based on neuroscience, mindfulness, and positive psychology.

What Do People Say

Evelyn delivered an introductory workshop which covered how to understand stress and take steps to introduce things into your life to help manage this. It was delivered at the right level with well thought out group work to encourage discussion in a relaxed environment. It has helped us identify areas where we can improve on workplace wellbeing.

Lynne Jackson, Marks & Clerk LLP

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"Thank you so much for your introduction to mindfulness. You really brought this to life for us and showed us how to bring mindfulness to our everyday lives within the bank. The benefits of this practice were really made clear and we hope to be able to do more with you in the future."

Investment Bank, London

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“I feel really lucky to have received coaching from Evelyn. She has introduced me to 'mindfulness' which has really helped me understand techniques I can use to relax and de-stress in high pressured situations. Sometimes it really helps to speak to someone who is really detached from your life who can give you practical tips to help you move forward.”

Carly

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Evelyn delivered an introductory workshop which covered how to understand stress and take steps to introduce things into your life to help manage this. It was delivered at the right level with well thought out group work to encourage discussion in a relaxed environment. It has helped us identify areas where we can improve on workplace wellbeing.

Investment Bank, London

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“I feel really lucky to have received coaching from Evelyn. She has introduced me to 'mindfulness' which has really helped me understand techniques I can use to relax and de-stress in high pressured situations. Sometimes it really helps to speak to someone who is really detached from your life who can give you practical tips to help you move forward.”

Carly

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"Thank you so much for your introduction to mindfulness. You really brought this to life for us and showed us how to bring mindfulness to our everyday lives within the bank. The benefits of this practice were really made clear and we hope to be able to do more with you in the future."

Investment Bank, London

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Check Out My Blog

On the brink of burnout?

What is Burnout? Burnout also known as “over achiever” syndrome does not happen overnight and creeps up on people who are generally highly successful, driven and passionate about what they do. Their “I can do everything” attitude often means they ignore the warning signs and when their tipping point is reached it can lead to: […]

Mindful Eating – switch off the mobile

Our busy lives mean we are increasingly rushing through meals, eating on the go, eating in front of the TV or checking our phones. But more people are now starting to recognise the impact this is having on our health and wellbeing. Growing research suggests that distraction while eating not only prevents us from fully […]

Easy steps to avoid burnout

The unhealthy habits and thought patterns you may have developed which can lead to the risk of burnout will take time to change like any habits. My simple suggestions to get you thinking about the small step changes you can make are: Find someone who you can confide in about how you are feeling. Someone […]

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