When life throws a curveball, Joy Fairhall is the person you want in your corner.
As the founder of Mind Body Joy, she brings personal insight and professional expertise to help find the positive perspective to overcome andmanage a life – changing event.
Qualified as a Positive Psychology and Wellbeing Practitioner, Joy focuses on the link between mind and body, enabling people to function well, physically and emotionally.
She has a specialist interest in people dealing with fear and overwhelm in general or as the result of a life -changing event. And her insight comes from a uniquely personal place.
“I began my journey to learn more about the mind and body and joy over 20 years ago when my husband passed away quite suddenly when I was 37 and my children were 12 and 14,” Joy explains.
Joy works with people to create a better awareness about their unique mind-body link in the knowledge an individual’s strengths, even during the most challenging times of life, will support them to live the life they desire and deserve.
“The connection between your mind (thoughts), body (feelings) and joy (happiness) determines not only your emotions, it also affects your personal and business life,” Joy says.
Joy’s expertise extends from setting and achieving goals in business to dealing with devastating news and illness. She encourages people to focus on their strengths and values, making every goal more achievable and sustainable.
As a warm, committed and nurturing professional with proven results, her clients range from business owners to individuals struggling to take the next step in life.
“Many people I assist are going through a life-changing event that makes them stop in their tracks and leaves their emotions in turmoil. They feel caught up in a vortex of emotions and can see no way out.
“I step in as someone to guide them in a constructive manner, as someone who will focus on the positive emotion, their strengths and their values, and support them in a way that will achieve their results.
“This positive focus on mind body and joy enables people to set goals differently, making them so much easier to achieve.”