Integrative health communities, views from an Elder.

Former NHS nurse now an ‘elder’ of the holistic community, Sue Cooper is passionate about meditation, mindfulness, ayurvedic medicine and creating an integrative care community.

Sue talks about how she went from burn-out and having panic attacks to the art of living well and her bedrock, meditation. She became a student of Deepak Chopra and travelled far and wide to understand different types of indigenous cultures and the healing modalities they use.

Sue is the person behind a Mass Meditation project around the UK in May 2019. For more information check out her website:

She also mentions:

The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success by Deepak Chopra

Elaine Griffiths & the staff at Gorton Monastery in Manchester

Dan Seigel


The Gathering of the Graceful Warriors by Alison Knox (


2 replies
  1. Gerry Andrews
    Gerry Andrews says:

    Wonderfully inspiring to hear Sue’s story!! It is reassuring to hear others who also share a vision of more integrative health and wellbeing and how they are articulating their vision.
    The Integrative Health Convention I spoke at in London in October, is another great example of how some in the medical world are also seeing the need to be more integrative.
    I really look forward to meeting Sue and talking more about what we can do to move more in this direction.
    Gerry Andrews
    Massage Therapist/Body-mind Coach

    • Gloria Kimberley
      Gloria Kimberley says:

      I don’t think I ever thanked you for your comment Gerry! We’ve been bombarded with spam over the last few months so have only just found your comment. Glad you enjoyed it!


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