Nature Personal Development (NPD) – “Mindfulness Mondays”

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Nature Personal Development

Walk and Talk for personal development for busy professionals and self employed business owners to gain focus, clarity and to feel rejuvenated and leave refreshed with a plan of action for the month.  Different topic covered every month. Open to a small exclusive group set in a private wood.

Nature Personal Development (NPD) – “Mindfulness Mondays”

To achieve:

  • Clarity of thought
  • More focus
  • Feel refreshed and rejuvenated
  • Feel de-stressed
  • Improved Inner Peace and Inner Confidence
  • Connection to nature
  • Exercise in fresh air

With this natural mindfulness guided walk in nature not only will you get the natural health benefits.

You will also get a tea break with a healthy snack and will be ready to go back to work recharged to take on the week with an action plan for the month!

Different topic covered every month. Open to a small exclusive group set in a, private woods.

  • “I have been on numerous natural mindfulness walks that Maleka has organised. These are great to switch off from the world and appreciate the moment. I go on these walks whenever I can and have never regretted a single one. Always relaxing, informative and good company. Rob Davis”

Mondays from 09:30hrs – 11.30hrs

Meet in the car park of the ancient scenic private woods of Alvecote Woods, Robey’s Lane, Alvecote, Tamworth, Staffordshire B78 1AS


Maleka Bibi (Happiness Consultant): 07961 967016


I am an experienced certified Natural Mindfulness and Forest Therapy Guide and a Life Coach.

I am registered with the IMMA (International Mindfulness & Meditation Alliance), approved by the IICT (International Institute of Complementary Therapists) and have qualifications and certificates in Counselling, Advice & Guidance and Teaching PTTLS (Preparing To Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector), and many other qualifications too.

Do you have a question about  my walks or workshops? Have you seen trail conditions change since I made a post? Send me a message, and I will get back to you as soon as I can.


The Paths We Travel


All you will need to walk with us


Here are a few basic requirements to help you prepare for a Natural Mindfulness Walk.


Directions. A postcode for the next Natural Mindfulness walk is usually included in the listings to help you find us using sat/nav, or online maps. We can also send further directions by email/text or Facebook Messenger nearer the date on request. If you are in any doubt, just ask using the contact box below.


Footwear. We walk in all weathers/conditions and may encounter wet grass, muddy and wet footpaths on occasions, even in the summer months. It is advisable to bring walking boots or other sturdy footwear. We don’t encourage people to walk in thin-soled shoes, or barefoot, but we don’t stop you either, as feeling our feet on the grass, earth and in wild water can be a wonderful Natural Mindfulness experience, in some conditions. As long as you take full responsibility for any unplanned consequences, the choice is yours.


Clothing. The temperature and conditions during a 2-3 hour walk can change quickly and so appropriate layers of clothing are recommended based on local forecasts. Waterproofs if wet weather is forecast and head covering if it’s a sunny day or very cold. During winter months good socks and gloves are necessary as we do stop at regular intervals. On clear summer days we advise bringing sun protection.


Fluid/Snacks. It is important to remain hydrated during the walk so bring some water, but remember we will be walking in nature and so there will be no public toilets along the route. On colder days guides/members may bring hot water and herbal tea bags. Feel free to bring your favourite herbal tea bags and snacks along if a refreshment break is included.


Focus. A specific intention to connect with nature in a healing way. The walk/session is designed to help you move through the landscape in ways that cultivate presence, opening all the senses and actively communicating with the land.


Patience. Don’t Rush. The primary goal is not exercise or physical exertion. Walks are rarely more than a few miles and last up to 3 hours. It’s about enjoying the journey.

Generously give your attention. I encourage “Natural Mindfulness” as we walk using an ever-changing and evolving series of activities. These activities are designed to slow us down and open the senses allowing the natural world to penetrate he natural world to penetrate our consciousness more deeply.


Practice. It’s not a one-off event. Developing a meaningful relationship with yourself and nature occurs over time. This is why we have created the “Natural Mindfulness Community” enabling and encouraging members to returning again and again throughout the natural cycles of the seasons.


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