I’m Andrea Featherstone, an unconventional mindfulness facilitator, writer, and former cynical pessimist.
I teach indecisive overachievers how to tame their minds and develop more confidence, decisiveness and authenticity – without the rainbow-and-butterfly jibber-jabber.
People I work with generally describe me as “genuine, caring, honest, and no-bullshit”
I facilitate unconventional mindfulness workshops across Australia, the United Kingdom and New Zealand for individuals, corporates, and schools. I also facilitate workshops in partnership with Smiling Mind and A-Space, and as part of the medical faculty mindfulness curriculum at Monash University, run by world renowned mindfulness expert Dr Craig Hassed.
Andrea is the most genuine, caring, and open person it has been my pleasure to work with
What struck me from the beginning is her integrity and also bravery at being honest that she is a human being and not a fictional persona created simply to sell a course.
Rachel, Business Consultant, UK
Andrea is easy to talk to, inspiring, honest, and calls things how she sees it. No bullshit!
Since working with Andrea, my life has done a complete 180 degree turn! I have a completely different outlook and there is so much more ease and joy in my life.
Michelle, Doctor, Brisbane
Andrea is an incredible woman who is extremely relatable, insightful, genuine, and inspiring
Andrea is able to convey complex things like ‘mindfulness’ in a very relatable way, she takes it in manageable steps which makes it much easier to understand.
Paula, Operations Analyst, NZ
Once upon a not-so-excellent time…
I was a practical, cynical, overachieving architecture graduate with a life that looked great from the outside. But if I was honest with myself (which I usually wasn’t), I felt pretty numb and unfulfilled.
I lived in a constant state of indecision, people-pleasing, and accidentally snapping at my boyfriends.
I felt that I was missing a crucial piece of the puzzle. So I set off to spend years travelling the world, researching fulfilment.
I was trying to figure out how to do less overthinking and more grinning.
Using the unconventional mind-taming techniques I learnt along the way, I can now confidently say that life has never been so bloody good.
I’ve since developed unconventional mind-taming strategies that have helped thousands of people to create a really Bloody Good Life.
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