Did you know that mindfulness can reduce ongoing symptoms of depression as effectively as medication, but without any of the side effects?1

Meditation and mindfulness aren’t all about wearing tie-dye clothes and chanting mantras whilst sitting cross-legged. (Well, not unless you want them to be.) More and more people are beginning to see the value in adopting mindfulness to help them to perform better, develop greater focus and concentration and as a tool to help energise, clear and heal their minds. 

Being mindful is really about making very small changes to your day. It’s about looking at things from a different perspective and taking the time to really think about what you are doing and why. A life without meaning is meaningless. What’s your purpose? What drives you? What makes you, uniquely and beautifully you?

Adio encourages you to begin thinking about these things, if you haven’t already, to increase your consciousness of what it means to be you and the journey you wish for your life to take. It then empowers and encourages you to make those changes in small, simple steps towards a greater clarity and focus on what will make your life meaningful for you. 

It’s your journey – no one else’s, but we can help light the way on finding and following your path. Small changes are all that ‘being mindful’ takes – let our experts show you the difference it can make.

 

  1. Segal ZV, Bieling P, Young T, MacQueen G, Cooke R, Martin L, Bloch R, Levitan RD. Antidepressant monotherapy vs sequential pharmacotherapy and mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, or placebo, for relapse prophylaxis in recurrent depression. Arch Gen Psychiatry. 2010 Dec;67(12):1256-64. doi: 10.1001/archgenpsychiatry.2010.168. PMID: 21135325; PMCID: PMC3311113.