Rosemarie Morgan-Watson

Mindfulness in Motion Coach and Trainer

I have been working with individuals and groups for over 25 years. Many of these years were spent in the NHS but for the last ten years, I have concentrated on expanding into new fields of health and wellbeing. My support for individuals is informed by an integral approach, acknowledging embodiment and the need to embrace life fully.

Member since December 2015

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Telephone

01403 713 108

Mobile

07968 987 150

My Approach

I have had experience in a broad number of work settings, in managerial and clinical roles for communication disorders.  My specialism in voice has encompassed the science and the art of health.  I have sort to build a tool kit to draw from for diverse individuals and contexts.  Whilst recognising the need for structure and evidence based learning, I love to bring creativity and an unfolding, responding to the moment and the opportunity for others to also discover this freedom.

I strive to stay open and curious to new ways of knowing.  My professional and personal development have progressed hand in hand, so I work from my own direct experience.  But the message is not to do as I have done, but to discover what works for you.

Latest News

  • Polyvagal theory

    Posted Tuesday 14th June, 2016

    I am currently investigating Polyvagal theory, and wondering about how this may influence my work, and how to assist individuals  to regulate their visceral state, in order for them to benefit from mindfulness.

How can I help?

Bringing Mindfulness alive, into daily living, my intention is to assist individuals to discover habitual patterns which limit and restrict them, and to guide creatively, for new patterns to arise. This learning comes primarily through building awareness of movement, embodiment, and voice, rather than asking our mind to “think it all out”

Qualifications

  • Licentiateship of College of Speech Therapists

  • Advanced Specialist Course (Voice) of College of Speech and Language Therapists

  • Diploma of Psychological Counselling

  • Feldenkrais Practitioner

  • Bangor University trained Mindfulness Teacher

  • Language and Behaviour Profile Practitioner

Experience

  • As an NHS Speech and Language Therapist, I specialised in the field of voice, which included working within a multidisciplinary team for head and neck cancer.

  • Voice Power, a company set up by Dr Frances McCurtain employed me to deliver her training in a variety of business settings, using computerised visual feedback to assess and monitor progress.

  • When Cranfield School of Management ran personal communication skills as part of their MBA, I followed up the key note speech on vocal dexterity, with small group workshops.

  • After being Secretary for British Voice Association, I took on the role of President for the year 2000, working with a wide range of professionals, organising events and presenting at conferences and workshops

  • My work as a volunteer in a hospice environment and out in the community grounds me and has allowed me to see the very essence of being alive

  • The Feldenkrais Method first attracted my attention in 1981 when I attended classes. I finally trained in 2006-2010 and this fundamentally changed my relationship with my physical being. An integral part of this work is mindfulness and I have been running classes and workshops ever since, developing my own style of facilitation for individuals both 1:1 and in groups.