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At Mindful Guernsey we focus on the mind, breath, body and energy. We bring these four elements together in a unique approach to cultivating your physical and mental potential.

Whether you are looking for physical rehabilitation, want to develop a powerful yet relaxed body; increase your creativity or capacity in the workplace, find ways to deal with stress or mental trauma, or just want to improve your general wellbeing – we will have something in our toolkit that is just right for you.

Nicky Jenkins

After 25 years teaching and training in the field of mind and body, Nicky realised she wanted to dedicate her work to redefining mental health and cultivating quality of mind.

Nicky’s journey has seen her qualify in and practice as a highly-qualified personal trainer and exercise kinesiologist, nutrition and lifestyle coach, sports therapist, myofascial therapist and yoga teacher. She brings all of this experience to bear as part of her mindfulness and yoga teaching.

Her studies at the Samye Ling Tibetan Monestry, sparked her drive to share what she learnt with others. She completed her training with Breathworks and is qualified in Mindfulness-Based Pain Management (MBPM), teacher training for Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), Mindfulness-Based Cogintive Therapy (MBCT) and MBCT for Cancer.

Having completed the training in Paws b (for 7 – 11 year-olds) and .b (for 12 – 18 year-olds) she is qualified to teach mindfulness in schools, with groups of children and at one-to-one.

Her background in yoga and physical movement has enabled her to integrate mindfulness effortlessly into her teaching.

Nicky currently teaches mindfulness at Elizabeth College and independently works with children who are experiencing high levels of stress and anxiety. 


Rajan’s work as a professional Qigong and Taichi teacher has led him to work with exceptional practitioners and teachers of the mind-body arts.

His study and training began in London with yoga, meditation and contemporary dance. Rajan intertwined this with studies in various martial arts which led him to Taichi. He then started training Xingyi at the real Taoism Studio with Master Chris Ray Chappell and progressed to becoming a full time teacher in the Internal Arts of Qigong and Taichi

Together with personal training and studies in applied anatomy and physiology, Rajan entered the world of physical rehabilitation and began to teach Internal Arts and mind-body practice.

The movement and physical rehabilitation methods he uses draw from both Eastern and Western approaches to mind-body training and focus on cultivating the mind, body, and energy.

“From the heart, we blissfully acknowledge the training and inspiration we have had from our teachers and mentors and hope that our many collaborations will continue. Thank you.”

Nicky and Rajan