Origin of the word 'Clarity':
Middle English (in the sense ‘glory, divine splendour’): from Latin claritas, from clarus ‘clear’. The current sense dates from the early 17th century.
Greater clarity, greater adaptability, and greater well-being.
When you come to a workshop or private session, read one of our remedies, you’ll notice our holistic and eclectic approach. It draws on the science stuff: contemporary neuroscience, evidence-based yogic and psychological techniques for the mind, body and spirit. Just as importantly, philosophy and the arts enrich our work and add dimensions and depth to our understanding of life.
Ali and Sylvia met in Brighton, over ten years ago, whilst volunteering for a mental health charity. They became firm friends, and have shared many a bottle of wine, cup of tea and slice of cake, discussing different ideas and strands of thinking about the nature of love, the universe and the meaning of life (it really is 42). For a long time they have had a desire to combine their knowledge and interests to create a therapeutic programme that anyone and everyone could draw from, to live a happier life.