Thank you for finding your way to my site. I hope you find the information useful to you. Whatever brought you here I invite you to stay a while, browse and if you feel that I can help you then please contact me.

I work 1:1, teach Mindfulness,  healing courses and hold regular meditation classes.  I work as a Life Coach, helping you to identify and make changes in your life, a Kinesiologist to balance your body, an energy healer to realign your energies and a Meditation teacher to help you to deal with stress, negative thoughts and deepen your relationship with yourself.

I also teach Mindfulness in the workplace. If your company is looking to bring Mindfulness into your office, I offer a range of lunchtime, after work and team building days.

Whatever you’re looking for in the area of self care, self acceptance and dealing with life, I hope that there is something here for you. I have recorded a number of FREE meditations for you to use and FREE downloadable workbook entitled “5 simple ways to deal with stress” that you can access below as well as a host of articles and blog entries that you can browse.

If you’d like to make an appointment or require some more information, you can contact me at Ellie@xhale.ie or on 086 682 4401.

I look forward to hearing from you

Ellen

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