Spotlight on Sue Cooper

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Sue Cooper is a Mindfulness and Meditation Teacher, Holistic Lifestyle Coach and recently retired Registered Nurse with over four decades of nursing in clinical care, healthcare management and education. Sue is a qualified Ayurvedic Lifestyle Instructor from The Chopra Centre for Well-being led by founder Dr Deepak Chopra. Sue also completed a one year voluntary position as Health and Well-being Ambassador to The High Sheriff of Nottinghamshire 2015/16, Dr Jas Bilkhu, where the focus was on conversations, collaborations and connections around ‘Co-creating Integrative Care Communities’.

For the last 10 years she has been exploring natural healing modalities from indigenous cultures around the world, their applications to modern day Self Care and the fusion with scientific research from Health Care, also known as Integrative Care.

As founder of Self Care World and Co-founder of MOMM (Moments of Mass Mindfulness) a volunteer led, community grassroots movement Sue and co-founder Irfan are developing a framework that Integrates Self Care and Healthcare through natural practices, arts and the sciences.