Wellbeing Wednesdays: University of East Anglia

Last week I spoke to staff at the University of East Anglia about mindfulness of dreams and sleep. Initially, the talk was supposed to happen in person at the University’s Enterprise Centre – this was the plan back in January. However, due to COVID-19, the talk ended up taking place on Zoom. It was aContinue reading “Wellbeing Wednesdays: University of East Anglia”

Creative Dreamers: Norwich University of Arts

Recently I felt very honoured to be approached by the Norwich University of Arts to speak to the students and staff about one of my favourite subjects – mindfulness of dreams and sleep. To mark Mental Health Awareness Week in May, I created a virtual talk for the Art School explaining just how incredible lucidContinue reading “Creative Dreamers: Norwich University of Arts”

The Moon Lab in the Eastern Daily Press

I was very happy to see The Moon Lab in the Eastern Daily Press this week – a big thank you to the journalist Emma Lee who was fascinated by the subject of lucid dreaming. And many thanks to all the kind messages and replies from followers on social media. I will reply to allContinue reading “The Moon Lab in the Eastern Daily Press”

Therapeutic Powers of Writing Poetry

In case you missed it, here is an article I wrote for the November 2019 issue of In the Moment magazine about poetry therapy. Don’t forget, I’m running some writing therapy workshops in Norwich this spring. More here. By Leah Larwood In recent years creative writing, and indeed, poetry therapy has become an increasingly popularContinue reading “Therapeutic Powers of Writing Poetry”

How Does Hypnosis Actually Work?

I love anything to do with the subconscious mind and dreams. Though my interest in hypnotherapy really began when I became pregnant. It’s true that for some, hypnosis feels shrouded in mystery. So I thought, I need to blog about this to show just how helpful it can be. What is hypnosis? My favourite explanationContinue reading “How Does Hypnosis Actually Work?”

3 Wellbeing Books for Spring

Here is a round-up of three delightful wellbeing books Eddison Books Ltd sent me recently. Natural Painkillers: Relieve Pain with Natural Remedies and Exercises by Dr Yann Rougier & Marie Borrel (£12.99) This is an incredibly user-friendly book that breaks down how to manage pain naturally. It starts by explaining just how pain is transmittedContinue reading “3 Wellbeing Books for Spring”

Eat the Seasons: Winter Special 2019

  OK so we’re in the thick of it now. Winter. No signs of sweet berries, unless you stock piled some from the summer – this is the first time I’ve actually done this and I must say I’m feeling slightly smug about my freezer habits for the first time in my life. But ifContinue reading “Eat the Seasons: Winter Special 2019”