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The Grace School is an individually crafted programme that shows you step-by-step how to thrive and flourish in every area of your life by learning the skills of positive health.

The next Grace School
will open 6th June 2022

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Rather than just telling you to live a "healthy lifestyle" we actually show you how to live the lifestyle that is healthy for You. 

" The impact of The Grace School has been multifold.

  The lasting benefit is that I have established some new    behaviours. I am so pleased with it! "  

" In terms of health changes, I have reduced alcohol intake and I don’t drink during a week.

Reducing wine intake has been on my mind for a long time, but I’ve never had the framework to deprive myself of alcohol. Doing it as part of The Grace School seemed relatively straightforward and I am pleased that I've done that. That was hugely beneficial and I am very pleased with it. It wasn’t that I drank very much, but our culture is embedded in going for a drink. For me, it was a habitual glass of wine at home in the evening either at dinner or preparing the dinner. I felt it was a signal to switch from work to home. It was a hard habit to crack. I sleep so much better, and I feel better. 
Also meditation and preparing for bed that has always been a struggle for me has now become easy so to get that right has been really great. 


Seven weeks allowed me to form new habits which is fantastic.
Having greater self-compassion was a whole new concept for me and I hadn’t ever considered it at all. It was mentally beneficial and set a great foundation for self-confidence. Just being able to use that in practice was extremely helpful. Also looking at the purpose and meaning through in a more holistic way was very enriching. Another thing I really enjoyed was writing the daily gratitude. 


I really liked my one to one sessions. My coach Eric is an absolutely superb coach and obviously an experienced coach. I really enjoyed working with him. He was extremely challenging and I felt he was a phenomenally good listener. He took the sessions beyond what I would call coaching. He was following the principles of The Grace School and was instructing too. It wasn’t just a reflection of my own resources or how I was seeing things. There were elements of leading the conversation at some stages, but at the same time I felt he was totally in keeping with where I was so I didn’t feel that I was out of sync at all. The solutions were still coming from within myself and it wasn’t imposed on me. It was excellent. 


Knowing that I had a session made me more conscious and it definitely raised my game. It kept me on track as I knew that I was accountable to myself and also to my coach. 


Staying motivated was tricky at times when days were busy, but I was really enjoying the whole process and I felt the real benefits. Keeping a journal, printing and saving the exercises also helped. Of course, the coaching sessions made the programme even more interesting and helpful. 


The daily gratitude and the self-compassion have completely changed the way that I look at so many things in life. The minute I am into that habit I start appreciating the smallest of details and really look out for things in a very different way. The fact that it was part of The Grace School programme disciplined me to do it and to get into the habit of it. I was amazed at how quickly I saw things differently. That was the greatest revelation to me. 


To be part of the seven-week programme when I could actually see and feel the benefits was amazing. 


It was a fantastic opportunity to look at myself and my whole life openly. The way the information was presented made me think about various aspects of health and life differently. I liked the framework and was very receptive to it. I was consciously making time for it. In fact, I spent more time going through the daily classes than I anticipated, but I really enjoyed that. I have recommended the Grace School to my aunt, my sister and one of my friends. 


Having the whole programme, drawing a line in the sand and looking at all my behaviours and all my approaches was just fabulous and I really enjoyed having that opportunity."

Clare Levi, Business Coach and Consultant, UK

Clare Levi, Business Coach and Consultant, UK

" Just before I started The Grace School my cholesterol level was high and I was worried. I just didn't know how to change it except taking my statins. With all the information that was coming through with the daily classes, I've learned so much. For example, I realised how the foods I eat is impacting my body, how bad sugar is for me. I’ve learnt a lot about the way of eating, the right types of foods to eat, and I really took it on board. There was so much I could learn. I also am more active. I get off the train one stop earlier and do the extra walk and regularly do my fitness classes. Another thing I took from the programme was the emotional benefit. 


The Grace School was a wonderful experience. I’ve learnt so many things from the programme. My diet, my exercise level, and my way of thinking have changed. It’s made me think differently about my health and my life. Each day I took something different, and I genuinely benefited from it.


I really liked the medical articles, videos and daily inspirations. A lot of the information helped me learn more about blood pressure, cholesterol and all kind of medical conditions. The classes about self-compassion and compassion for others, looking at the bigger picture, listening to others and trying to keep the mind still were excellent. 


The impact of the programme was tremendous. My blood sugar level has definitely dropped; I walk a lot more, minimum 5.000 steps a day and tend to walk whenever possible.

I am back in my fitness class after a three-year break. I am planning to have a conversation with my GP about the medications I've been taking for more than 14 years and hope to reduce the dose of my statins and my blood pressure tablets.


I see The Grace School as a big gift. It’s made a huge difference in my life. For me, it was certainly a shift. I had a shift. 


The programme has really opened my mind in many ways. I look at things differently and have a different approach to life. In result, I am healthier and more active. I'm speaking less and listen more. I'm calmer, more grateful, less anxious and let things happen in their own natural forces. I am also more relaxed around my family and let my son have more freedom. He has noticed the changes and recently bought a big bunch of flowers for me, purely because I let him be himself and take more responsibility for his life. It was a big shift. I am also more conscious and self-aware at work when talking with people who visit our bank, particularly the elderly. I smile more and always try to say something positive. 


I really want to progress, put into practice what I’ve learned. I encourage others to be grateful for what they have and try to help other people with what I’ve been taught. I also want to give something back so I have decided to collect food and help homeless people for Christmas this year.
It's the ripple effect. My family and friends have noticed the change. 


In terms of my motivation, my coach Stacy has helped me a lot. I think it was a perfect match, and I loved the sessions. It was wonderful to have someone to guide me. Every week we discussed different topics from The Grace School programme like gratitude, values, priorities, self-kindness, meaning, etc. She taught me to look at things from a different perspective. The sessions connected with the whole seven-week programme perfectly and I feel these were like glue to hold it all together. 


It would be wonderful to meet with all of the people who created and participated in The Grace School to connect and exchange our experiences. I really look forward to joining the second edition.


I genuinely believe that I was blessed to be able to participate in the programme. The Grace School came along for me at the time when I needed it most. It has certainly made a difference in my life. I believe that it happened for a reason. 

" I see The Grace School as a big gift. It’s made a huge        difference in my life. For me, it was certainly a shift.

  I did have a shift."

Sylvanna Blaize, Bank Customer Service Officer, UK

"I chose to do The Grace School when I knew I would have a really heavy workload and my time would be really pressured. I wanted to see if I could find a way of working that didn’t end up with me losing myself in my work and getting burnout. It worked!


I was very nourished by The Grace School programme. I knew that there were lots of other people working together on the same material at the same time and I really felt their powerful energy. It was like an invisible force of support from those working behind the programme and supporting us, but also people working alongside as part of the same ethos. It was amazing to know that so many people are committed to working with compassion on all those big issues. 


I really felt that invisible force. It was like being on a crest of a wave. We were all together. 


The Grace School has made a big impact on the way I live my life. Having the whole programme with those values that are very important to me gave me a really strong sense of myself. The self-compassion now informs my life on every level, so that valuing myself as well as others is becoming second nature.


The content was fantastic. Having evidence-based medicine behind the work made me realise that there's a whole body of researchers I can learn from. It gave me a shift in perspective. 


The most important part for me was Week 5 - The Compassionist. I loved the idea of self-compassion, the importance of nourishing myself. In consequence, I asked for an increase in hours and a pay rise for my most challenging freelance project and it was granted. Because I  was on The Grace School Programme, I felt very strong and supported in making the request. The pay-rise and extra hours have had a direct knock-on effect on my health. I had fallen back into bad work habits and if I had carried on working the way I used to, I would have ended up stressed and run down which would have led to my suffering from arthritis again. I also wrote a manifesto for myself for when I am working with Charities that is focused on self-compassion. I shared it with the people I manage and they responded really positively and it has informed the way they approach their own work and self-care.

Self-exploitation is rife in the Charity and not for profit sector and The Grace School offered so many tools and strategies to support healthier, sustainable ways of thinking about the self and ways of approaching work.


Another theme I loved was the gratitude. I realised that although I was always very grateful for my family, friends, my body, etc., I hadn't really considered gratitude for my very being, the nature of my own person. I now start each day with that awareness.


The one to one sessions were invaluable. It helped me stay with my commitment to the programme and grounded my experience, rather than it all just being a dialogue with myself in my head. It was an incredible experience, even the simple act of having my journey witnessed by the coach helped me keep focused on whatever issue I was working with throughout the week. It also kept me stay motivated. 


I loved the fact that whatever issue I was struggling with the approach wasn’t patronising, telling me what I should be doing. Instead, I was guided through the whole process of the inner work needed to shift and make lasting change. I saw all those exterior behaviours and the manifestation on the interior level. That was really helpful. 


The Grace School has helped me re-assess my priorities, re-evaluate my life and identify what I really value. I have become more self-aware and self-compassionate and take much better care of myself. It was an amazing gift. 


I've recommended The Grace School to several of my friends. I believe all of them have different reasons for doing the programme. I know it will meet their needs whatever issues they are struggling with whether it comes to their health, exercise regime, the way they eat or finding meaning and purpose in life."

"  I really felt that invisible force.
   It was like being on a crest of a wave.
  We were all together."

Deborah Barker, CEO & Project and Development Coordinator, UK


Our goal is to make your learning experience as easy and enjoyable as possible. You will have weekly one-to-one sessions with your coach to explore your individual needs, a community support to help you stay on track and an online multimedia learning to expand your knowledge. 


We strongly encourage you to implement what you have learned by taking small steps and connecting with others as quickly as possible to get the best results faster.

Personal Support

You will be guided and supported by one of our dedicated Grace School coaches. Your weekly one-to-one sessions are designed using our unique value driven coaching model which is an integral part of the Grace School curriculum. It is essential that you commit to the sessions, turn up on time, do the homework and follow through during the week.

In our private, members-only community page, you can post your questions, interact with others and find your accountability partner. With an active community support by your side, the journey is more enjoyable and effective. At the end of each class, you will have the opportunity to leave a comment and get a response from the Grace School doctors, coaches, dieticians, fitness experts and all those who just like you participate in the programme.



The Grace School curriculum has been developed by a team of experienced medical professionals, health and wellness coaches, dieticians and fitness experts.

You will have an access to scientific, evidence based information and state of art research translated into an easy understandable language. Short videos and real life lectures from the world's best universities will help you expand your knowledge. 

In the Grace School we believe in practicality, therefore our programme is action oriented.

We encourage you to take a daily inspired action or come up with your own ideas that work best for you. You will have an access to videos, articles, ebooks, templates and worksheets in PDF files to help you stay focused. 



We are confident that if you do the work, positive results are guaranteed. Your motivation and commitment to the programme are essential. 

At the end of the 49 day journey you will have more control over your health, a better understanding of your physical and emotional state and the knowledge and skills to cope with adverities when they occur.  


Read the curriculum below to discover exactly what you will learn in this seven week programme. 



Build a rock solid foundation that will set you up for

a long term positive health succes



Why positive health is the best medicine you don't use and how to take control over your health once and for all


Why “one size fits all” approach doesn't work when it comes to lifestyle choices


What essential regular check-ups predict your long-term health success


How to handle the vital question:“What if I don't like exercising” and come up with a smart solution that works for you


How to stay permanently hydrated, why the “rule of eight” really works and how much water is too much








Create a strategic plan for success and take baby steps

to make things happen






The most important factor that most CEOs use to guarantee your life will have more focus



Why clarity equals power and the three things you need to get clear about if you want to create positive health results



The “Ultimate Juicing” guide, how to personalise it and choose what’s best for you



How to take baby steps and start walking more often in a smart and strategic way



The art of sleep and what specific sleeping routines are crucial for maintaining a healthy weight and sharp mind




Redefine your priorities and focus on progress, not change






The art of pruning. Why redefining your priorities is fundamental to making space for
the healthier future to show up



Why you need to cultivate faith and build up momentum before you feel like giving up



Why what you have been told about low-fat foods simply wasn't true



Guidelines on cholesterol and why statins are no longer the magic cure for everything



The healing power of 10.000 steps and how to make them enjoyable





Self management is essential to make the most of the unique assets you have






How knowing your strongest points is the key to fuel your energy and start losing weight



How to determine the one thing that makes you feel as if time had stopped for you

and how to master what you really love doing



Guidelines and considerations to help you recognise the seven warning signs of a heart attack well before it occurs



The key to choosing the right carbohydrates and how "clean eating" may help



The true purpose of walking barefoot and how it fits into your overall health plan




Understand the difference between empathy and sympathy
in building rewarding relationships






How honesty, love and compassion can help you stay well and get well when things go wrong, as they do



The one action you must take every day if you want to break your sugar cravings



Why “keeping it simple” is often the fastest way to start losing weight



The five “cul de sacs” in gluten-free foods that almost everyone falls into and how to make sure you make the right choice for yourself



The real truth about the right dosage of vitamin D and the sun that most people never understand





See the silver-lining, learn and grow