Reena is passionate about well-being, in particular the practice of Meditation and how a short-sustained practice can significantly improve ones’ mental health. From early on, Reena understood the benefits of mindful practice after suffering from severe anxiety at the age of 18. She is no stranger to the feeling of losing a sense of control, and not having the right techniques to manage stress. After years of searching, Reena found Meditation as the main tool that could bring her peace of mind and positive thinking.
Since finding the practice of Meditation, together with yoga and other holistic practices, Reena established her own Yoga & Meditation community, and later expanded her reach to create Inner8, a concept also focusing on philosophy and the well-being for Leaders.
Reena is no stranger to Leadership, and for many years had a successful career in Risk Management, working extremely hard to become a manager herself. In 2014, Reena left her management post within a large well-known organisation, a then difficult decision, to shortly after focus solely on well-being and training others. During holiday time she travelled abroad for further teacher training and spent time in mindful communities, often with intense daily practices. For Reena, these practices now form a way of life, and cannot imagine a single day without it.
Working with Reena
Reena’s style is very much practical, realistic and long term. If she genuinely feels she cannot help you, she will signpost you to the right place. Reena can determine the specific needs of each client, which means she can quickly formulate a personalised plan. Her natural ability to empathise and connect brings a lightness to her work, which also makes the sessions inspiring and engaging. If you would like to work with Reena, she would be more than delighted to hear from you.
Reena has strong links with Leicestershire Universities, and had been supported by both Loughborough University and De Montfort University for her vision for Inner8. Also, as a Masters Graduate of Loughborough University’s Business School, the Alumni department wrote an article on Reena’s plans in the early stages of Inner8’s development. You can read it here