Whatever you wish to do in and with your life – whether it’s enjoying small pleasures, making grand gestures or pursuing big dreams – it’s pretty much impossible to do it on your own.
We are all totally connected in so many ways. We can’t go it alone – no man is an island…
Sometimes it’s just nice to know that other people are there to share our life with; other times it’s good to appreciate how people we will never meet have supported us by making goods we rely on such as growing, processing and delivering our food.
And sometimes we need to reach out to others to help us.
And that’s what I’m doing today… I need your help to enable me to develop my yoga and well-being services.
So, can you help me?
I am carrying out research into how people look after their health and well-being.
Could you give me up to 20 minutes of your time to complete my online survey?
In particular, I’m looking to hear from women who:
- Feel they need to improve their flexibility and/or
- Experience regular physical discomfort /pain and/or
- Would like to learn how to let go and relax
Is this you? Then here’s how you can help me… Complete my online survey and receive *two free gifts* from me as thanks.
Its anonymous, takes up to around 20 minutes to complete and asks about your health and well-being, what services you’ve used to support this, what services you might consider useful, and where you look for information.
You don’t have to be practising yoga to take part or have any knowledge of yoga! And you don’t have to live in the Southampton area (i.e. where I teach) to take part.
As a thank you for your precious time you will receive:
- A colour, illustrated guide with practical tips and exercises to help you to release tension, improve your flexibility and learn to relax – at any time of the day.
- A 17 minute guided relaxation (in mp3 format) to leave you feeling deeply relaxed and rejuvenated.
Here’s the link again: my well-being survey.
Listen to me introducing the survey:
Why am I doing this?
I’m planning on offering more classes and workshops soon so your answers will help to inform how I develop my services.
(By the way, by taking part in the survey you are in no way committing yourself to signing up to any of these new initiatives! It’s purely to inform me of what, in theory, you might consider beneficial.)
If you know of any family, friends or colleagues who may be willing to take the survey – wherever they live – please do pass it on to them.
Any questions? Please do get in touch.
Thank you so much.