is a renowned international practitioner and teacher specialising in integrated health and energy-based practices; modern meditation; mindfulness and the cutting-edge aspects of psychoneuroimmunology or ‘PNI’ (the ‘biology of intent’) and positive psychology. All of these are combined to focus exclusively on genuinely enhancing health, wellbeing, performance (personal and professional), quality of life and overall happiness.
Stuart has extensiv
e experience working internationally with private clients, world-leading businesses, institutions, Hospitals, NHS Trusts, Doctors and Universities.He is also the founder of the Meditation Foundation; a UK Department of Health supported enterprise dedicated to researching and delivering the massive range of evidence-based benefits of secular meditation & mindfulness
in the fields of health, education, business and community.
He has worked with Prince Charles’ charity, the Foundation for Integrated Health and has managed health-related courses at Kensington Palace and at Highgrove House (the private country home of HRH Prince of Wales). Stuart was the first clinical Reiki
practitioner to work with cancer patients at the world renowned Addenbrookes Hospital.
The evidence-based benefits cover all areas of health & wellbeing including – pro-active health; stress & anxiety: illnesses: disease; chronic & long term conditions; mental health; pain; energy; sleep; anti-ageing
; natural youth enhancement (and healthy ageing); vitality; effective weight management; fertility
; pregnancy; parenting and much more. The benefits also cover areas such as enhanced cognitive function (memory, attention, concentration); self-esteem; confidence; relationships and happiness etc.
Prior to all of this and 20+ years ago, Stuart chose to leave behind a successful career as a London and New York based international lawyer, in order to follow ‘pursuits of the heart’, such as healing and meditation.Upcoming dates for Stuart Bold in SHA Wellness Clinic:
- From 17th to 26th November, 2013
- From 17th to 26th February 2014
- From 19th to 28th May, 2014
- From 14th to 24th July, 2014