Our offline exercises follow key principles of disciplines such as Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Coaching, and Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), all of which focus on the person taking responsibility within their own process.
The more your inner self, your subconscious, recognises its own role in the change you’re making – and the more it feels it has control over that change, the deeper and longer-lasting that change will be.
Nothing here is set in stone. It’s important to approach these exercises with flexibility and to ‘find your own way’. You’ll make discoveries as you go through the process and you may find it useful to revisit these exercises from time to time in the course of your programme.
Use our “What It’s All For” self-help exercises to get to the emotional heart of what you want to achieve.Download our "What It's All For" Self-Help Exercise
…begins with a single step. Use these “Taking It in Steps” self-help exercises to break your journey down into manageable, enjoyable, achievable steps, so that you can celebrate each in turn.Download our "Taking It in Steps" Self-Help Exercise
The idea is very simple – all you have to do is make sure that you are safe and secure at all stages. These “New Behaviours” exercises will help guide you and help you work through those limitations.Download "New Behaviours" Self-Help Exercise
No, this isn’t a calorie-counting, nutrition-checking diary – because we’re not nutritionists – but we definitely encourage you also to monitor your daily balance of the tangible, controllable things that matter – nutrition, what you’re putting into your body, activity levels.Download At Your Happy Weight Diary PDF