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Mindfulness on the Run

Mindfulness on the Run
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Dr Chantal Hofstee

Mindfulness on the Run

Quick, effective mindfulness techniques for busy people

Dr Chantal Hofstee

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 created a quick, practical 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! eBook also available


Dr Chantal Hofstee as featured in Mindfood
"Mindfulness is very effective in reducing stress, and it doesn’t have to be difficult or time-consuming"
Read the full article here.

DR CHANTAL HOFSTEE is a clinical psychologist and executive coach, who specialises in stress management and leadership training. Chantal draws on her knowledge of the brain and psychology to explain the concepts of mindfulness-based thinking and teaches practical techniques that induce the ideal brain state for focus, productivity and performance. Her work is helping people thrive in their everyday (work) life and has been called 'gently life changing' and 'transformational'. Her first book Mindfulness on the Run was published internationally by Exisle Publishing and was very well received. To find out more about Chantal and her work, visit www.drchantalhofstee.com

SPECIFICATIONS: Paperback | 229 mm x 152 mm | Black & White | 256 Pages | 

Best Reviews:

Ladies in Racing Magazine, January 2017

"a quick effective programme that enables you to slot mindfulness into your life" - Click here to read the full review.

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 Health Magazine, September 2016

"Think you are too busy to practice mindfulness? This program is for you."

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."

Take 5 Magazine, August 2016

"Psychologist, wife and mother, Dr Chantal Hofstee understands the busy  woman and offers quick,effective mindfulness techniques to help you get your life back on track" - Read the review here.

Australian Ageing Agenda, July 2016

"Clinical Psychologist Dr Chantal Hofstee developed an easy-to-learn program of techniques that can be done anywhere, anytime." 

Better Homes and Gardens, July 2016

"... simply don't have time for anything else? This book offers a quick and effective program to help slot mindfulness into your life"

Latest Media:

Australian Fitness Network, March 2017

Article by author addressing their audience of personal trainers and fitness professionals - featured in the newsletter and online. 
"How clients can reduce stress (without interrupting their busy days)" Click here to view.

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

Mindfood, July 2016

"Mindfulness is very effective in reducing stress, and it doesn’t have to be difficult or time-consuming"

Dr Chantal Hofstee has written a fantastic article for Mindfood on the benefits of quick and simple mindfulness practice. Read the full feature here.

Mummah, July 2016

“I found Mindfulness on the Run easy to read and the techniques seem achievable within my busy life. If you want to give mindfulness a go but thought you just don’t have the time, then this is the book for you.”

Click here to read the full article

Mindfulness on the Run features in Mummahh

The Daily Telegraph, May 2016

"The risk of not saying no is an overcrowded calender, rushing from one thing to the next and not really enjoying any of the things you're doing."

Author Dr Chantal Hofstee features in The Daily Telegraph