Bite-Size Talk and Q&A With Angie Alderman


“It’s not what happens to you, but how you react to it that matters.”   Epictetus


Our view of any event can greatly influence how we react to the situation and this can affect how we behave and how we feel.


Whilst we all have hundreds of automatic thoughts every day, it is the negative automatic thoughts, (NATS) that you need to look at to understand how they are not serving you.  Unhelpful thoughts if left unexplored can induce stress, worry and procrastination, and can lead to depression and anxiety.


In our bite-size workshop Angie will discuss what NATS are, and examine ways to improving your thinking so that you can be the best you can be, and improve your health and well being.


Join Battersea Yoga’s Well-Being Coach, Angie Alderman, for a bite-size workshop on the 1st Sunday of the month, to find out how you can start to think more clearly, and put your energy and focus into making things happen in the way you want.


Bite-size workshops are only £5; for up to ten people, in Studio 2 on the 1st Sunday of every month.

These sessions will include a 20 minute talk from Angie, followed by an opportunity for questions and discussion. Each workshop will end with a free coaching tool or exercise for you to take-away. The session will run for up to an hour.


Keep an eye out for more Sunday night bite-size workshops with Angie and the Battersea Yoga Therapy Team.


Find out more about 1-2-1 Well-Being Cognitive Behavioural Coaching sessions with Angie here.


Thinking Errors Bite-Size Workshop:

Sunday 5 November 2017 6.30 – 7.30pm

Price: £5 community class rate