We all know how good mindfulness practice is for us, but how do you implement it in your life if you’re so busy you simply don’t have time for anything else? This is precisely where Mindfulness on the Run can help. As a busy psychologist, wife and mother, Dr Chantal Hofstee has developed a quick, effective program that enables you to slot mindfulness into your life without the need for formal meditation practice. The result will be a calmer mind, less stress, more focus, greater productivity, increased efficiency, enhanced creativity, and most importantly, a happier, more enjoyable life. Packed full of practical exercises that can be done in minutes, this is mindfulness that can be done anywhere, anytime — even when you don’t have time!
SPECIFICATIONS: Paperback | 229 x 152 mm | Black & White | 256 Pages |
Chantal Hofstee is a clinical psychologist, who has worked in both the private and corporate sectors. She uses the techniques of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and mindfulness to provide her clients with easy-to-use skills that can be quickly and effectively implemented to change their lives. Through her company, Renew Your Mind, she provides mindfulness courses and business training to enable people to take control of stress, improve focus, solve problems and become more creative. This is her first book.
Paul Henry, November 2016 Dr Chantal Hofstee as interviewed on the Paul Henry TV show. Click the image below to see Dr Hofstee and the panel discuss the importance of gratitude.
TV 3’s The Cafe, November 2016 Dr Chantal Hofstee returns to The Cafe to discuss how Mindfulness can assist in dealing with intense emotions.Keep an eye out for future appearances on The Cafe from Cantal!
Beauty New Zealand, Spring 2016 Mindfulness on the Run featured in the Spring issue of Beauty New Zealand, along with two other Exisle titles; Heartfulness and Feed Your Brain.
The Dr Pat Show, July 2016 Dr Chantal Hofstee appeared on the Dr Pat Talk Show to give insight on her mindfulness benefits and tips for busy people
TV 3’s The Cafe, June 2016 Dr Chantal Hofsteetalks to The Cafe about how mindfulness tips for busy people can reduce stress and anxiety. Click here to see the feature!
The Daily Telegraph, May 2016 “The risk of not saying no is an overcrowded calendar, rushing from one thing to the next and not really enjoying any of the things you’re doing.”
PS News, October 2016 “This is well-written, researched extensively and it’s a practical handbook. It flows well from one learning onto to the next. As you understand, one chapter expands into the next. This handbook is one resource that’s easy to read, informative and supports busy lifestyles.”
Good Magazine New Zealand, September 2016 “The new book from Auckland-based clinical psychologist, Dr Chantal Hofstee offers easy to follow, daily mindfulness exercises for reducing stress, achieving a more balanced life and boosting happiness.”
New Spirit Journal “If you’re one of the people who says you would be more mindful if only you had the time for it, this is your book. It can quickly become a friend in your search for greater peace, ease, and joy.”