The Peloton Groups and Sessions
One-to-One Sessions with Jane
Talking things through has been proven time and again to be one of the best therapies, especially when we're feeling low, tangled or stuck. You might want to work through a particular issue, you might want help with unpicking some of your emotions or you might want to explore ways in which you can improve your self-confidence and self-belief.
What I'm offering is somewhere in between counselling and life coaching, with my style of talking therapy being informal, relaxed and conversational - but still following strict ethical guidelines around boundaries and confidentiality.
It's important to note that although I do have counselling training and experience, these sessions are not being offered as a substitute for therapies that address serious mental health issues and illnesses. They do, however, aim to generally improve your well-being and mental health.
Sessions, which last one hour, can be booked on a one-off basis or in blocks and we meet in the comfortable environment of my home in Gargunnock.
I currently charge £20 for one session and discounted rates for blocks of sessions (depending on the number of weeks and the location).
Contact me here if you’d like more information or if you’d like to book a one-to-one session.
The Peloton Conversations
Join me and a small group of other women every few weeks for a session of mindful conversation, usually around a particular theme or topic. There’s no requirement to attend every session, however joining The Peloton Community ensures that you’re offered a place before the sessions are advertised to a wider audience.
The sessions are organised and facilitated by me, but the welcoming space they offer is created by the group as a whole. Experiences are shared, we listen to each other, learn from each other, inspire each other and enjoy being in the company of other women who'd like to find a new sense of connection. No one will feel pressured to speak during the conversation, but the aim is for everyone to feel they have a voice should they choose to use it.
Sessions, which last two hours, take place in Stirling’s Recyke-A-Bike café on Wednesday or Thursday evenings (with day time sessions possibly coming soon) and cost £6.
Contact me here if you’d like more information or if you’d like to book a place.
Peloton Pod Sessions
A small group that meets once per week at the same time for 6 weeks. During the sessions we consider what really matters, consider the benefits of living more mindfully (and practice some basic mindfulness techniques) and explore some steps that might help raise self-belief. Some resources are used, but the Pod sessions are centred around meaningful and mindful conversation.
Being a member of a Pod can feel therapeutic and can help boost your mental health, but it is not a substitute for professional therapies that address serious mental health issues and illnesses.
Sessions, which last two hours, are hosted in the comfortable environment of my home in Gargunnock and cost £60 for the six week block.
Contact me here if you’d like more information or if you’d like to book a place in a Pod.
Peloton Wheels (coming soon)
A small group of women will meet once per week for a few weeks to boost both their self-confidence and their cycling ability. These sessions will combine coming together for conversation with instructor-led cycling sessions.
Peloton Wheels is aimed at women who’d like to learn how to cycle on paths and roads as a member of a supportive group, learn some basic bike maintenance and boost their self-confidence - both on and off the bike.
Before setting off for a cycle together, we’ll meet in the Recyke-A-Bike Café for a chat about any fears, worries or concerns you might have. During our group ride we'll be led at all times by our qualified cycle trainer and supported from the back by me, as someone who has experience and skills in providing emotional and moral support - both on and off the bike.
On our return, we’ll spend some time in the café, not only enjoying a well earned cuppa and cake, but also sharing as a group how the ride felt for us - highlighting anything we weren’t sure of and celebrating our achievements (achievements will vary from person to person, week to week, so there should always be something to celebrate!)
By the end of our time together you’ll feel better equipped to cycle on the roads either by yourself or as part of another group. You’ll also have made some new friends.
More information will be coming soon, but in the meantime please do contact me here if you'd like to register your interest (with no obligation) in joining a Peloton Wheels group.