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Celebrity life coach to lead wellbeing club


Dawn Breslin will offer wellbeing support over the next 10 weeks

Celebrity life coach Dawn Breslin has joined forces with the Mind’s Well Recovery College to stage a new 10-week online Wellbeing Club course taking place from 3 November.

Previously held at Social Bite’s office space in Leith with coaches and participants working together face-to-face, the course has been updated to take place as a weekly Zoom call due to the ongoing effects of Covid-19 and social distancing.

The popular course aims to bring women together in a safe space to take part in gentle self-reflective exercises to help build self-confidence and resilience. The course is aimed at women who have maybe experienced job loss, low confidence and anxiety during 2020. Dawn’s life affirming coaching tools are designed to provide a more nourishing, meaningful and sustainable experience of life and success.

Dawn’s knowledge in the field has grown from her practical experience of post-natal depression and extreme emotional, financial and energetic burnout, plus twenty years of consistent study and practice in the field of human potential.

Breslin said: “The Wellbeing Club programme runs for 10 weeks and we teach base self-esteem and self-confidence building skills.  We also teach something called fierce self-care which is about teaching people how to build boundaries around them and to understand what is draining them. We focus on how to care for yourself regardless of the people around you. I always say that you cannot survive if you don’t look after yourself, so we prioritise this and how to self-care especially during the ongoing effects of the global health pandemic which is having a tremendous effect of the mental health and wellbeing of society on a whole.”

Kerry Stirling, Wellbeing Club co-founder, completed her training in Harmonizing coaching with Dawn Breslin a few years ago and together they founded the Wellbeing Club with the aim of supporting and helping woman in the community.  Kerry added: “It has been a difficult year for everyone and more than ever this course aims to provide a supportive space for women to help build their self-confidence and is about giving them new skills to navigate life. At the very heart of our vision is to create a supportive community and peer support for the woman who are going through a rough patch in their lives.”

The Wellbeing Club starts on Tuesday (3 November). For more information, contact Kerry Stirling on 07375867545 or visit



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