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New meditation course helping people build emotional resilience against symptoms flare-ups of health conditions

Well Adapt, a new social enterprise backed by Innovate UK, has launched its first mindfulness meditation course titled ‘Mindfulness for Flare-ups’. The course is designed to help people living with chronic illness, such as arthritis, chronic fatigue, and lupus, build emotional resilience against symptom flare-ups. Written and user tested by mindfulness experts and people who live with symptom flare-ups, the course is led by Well Adapt founder, Georgia Bondy who lives with Multiple Sclerosis and Ehlers Danlos Syndrome.

‘Mindfulness for Flare-ups’ provides participants with a comprehensive mindfulness training experience that meets the unique needs of those with lived experience of chronic illness. The course includes a series of guided meditations focussed on topics such as intrusive symptoms, pain, and managing overwhelm. The course is designed to help individuals develop practical tools and techniques to manage their symptoms and improve their overall quality of life.

“I founded Well Adapt because I know firsthand the challenges that come with living with chronic illness. It can be a lonely and isolating experience, but I believe that mindfulness can help,” said Georgia Bondy, Founder of Well Adapt. “Our goal is to support people living with chronic conditions by providing resources that can help them thrive rather than just survive.”

“We are excited to launch our first mindfulness course, ‘Mindfulness for Flare-ups’. We believe that this course can make a real difference in the lives of those with chronic illness, and we are committed to making it accessible to as many people as possible,” added Bondy.

‘Mindfulness for Flare-ups’ is now available. For more information, go to

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