How you feel impacts how you think.
How you think impacts how you feel.
That's why, in the SelfKind Hub, we take a body-mind approach to wellbeing.
Supporting you to experience more physical and mental peace
through movement, self-kindness and community.
All from the comfort of your own space
more than movement, more than mindset
There's no denying that the body and mind are intimately linked. Stressed and anxious? You're gonna feel that in your body - tight muscles, churning belly, and maybe a tension headache to cap it off.
That's why, in the SelfKind Hub, we focus on mindful movement PLUS we dive deep into how the body and mind interact.
Led by registered counsellor and experienced mindful movement coach Erica Webb (that's me!), the SelfKind Hub is your online home to support you in loving yourself and your body more so that you can feel more at peace physically and emotionally.
The goal? To create a sustainable movement and self-care practice that supports you to feel great in both body and mind.
Through tapping into the mind-body connection, you can find ways to move and care for yourself that help you feel good. You will develop a toolbox of movement and mindset practices you can draw upon to help you unwind physical tension, navigate self-criticism and doubt, and manage the impact of stress.
The classes inside the hub are pretty unique - drawing from yoga, pilates and somatic exercise - and informed by the neurology of movement, psychology and anatomy.
They're designed to get you moving in a gentle but highly effective way.
That said, classes range from 5 minutes to 60 minutes (and everything in between) because this is about SUSTAINABILITY and knowing that SOMETHING is always better than nothing.
Perfectionism isn’t the way.
We’re kicking guilt-induced movement to the curb.
Inside the SelfKind Hub, it’s about focusing on what supports you to feel the way you want to feel, not worrying about or entertaining the ‘shoulds’.
The best news? You get to do it from the comfort of your own space, and still get support from the collective SelfKind community (and me, Erica!).
Holistic counselling support
Deciding to prioritise your wellbeing isn't always easy. I mean, you've been conditioned to believe that selflessness is the mark of a good human, right?! Insert eye roll here, but also a big dose of reality. This is the stuff we're up against - beliefs, experiences, circumstances and cultural norms that that are impacting your capacity to move toward the life and relationships you want.
That's why counselling is the gravy to your chips or the chocolate chips to your cookies when it comes to mindful movement, self-care and, ultimately self-acceptance and love.
There are two ways you can join the SelfKind Hub:
1) join the SelfKind Hub and get access to everything inside, including movement classes, guided audio, and worksheets and resources created by a holistic counsellor. This includes monthly masterclasses and support inside our closed community.
OR opt for additional 1-1 support:
2) join SelfKind Hub PLUS and get the addition of a 1 hour counselling and coaching session with Erica each month. This option is ideal if you want support to navigate some difficult life and self-worth stuff. I take on a limited number of SelfKind Hub PLUS clients, so there is a brief but simple application process if you'd like to take this route. I would love to support you in this way, so please go here to read more.
Applications are currently open.
Here's what you'll find inside the SelfKind Hub:
> Comprehensive class library, including Masterclass replays, printable sessions and guided relaxation and meditation tracks
> Easy-to-use Class of the Day calendar
> Livestream classes (see current schedule below)
> Monthly Masterclass & Office Hours live call. This is where we dig deeper into the body-mind connection. Whether we're talking about managing anxiety, persistent tension, how to use the breath, or navigating our nervous system, these sessions include opportunities for you to have your specific-to-you questions answered and receive group coaching.
> New sessions and resources each month - from movement classes to guided audios, printable sessions and worksheets and more.
> The ‘Introduction to SelfKind Movement’ self-paced course which steps you through the movement and mindset principles that underpin the classes inside the hub. This course can be dipped into as needed again and again.
> SelfKind Hub private community Facebook Group for support, questions, feedback and more.
> A content request line (not a real ‘line’ … but you can always request content and resources to be added to the filming and masterclass schedule!)
The SelfKind Hub is right for you if you are:
> Ready to prioritise yourself. You know that the time and energy you put into looking after yourself increases your capacity to be and do all you desire in the world.
> Committed to your own wellbeing. You know that in order to make changes to the way you feel, you need to commit to showing up for yourself with consistency and you're ready for that.
> Curious about movement and the capacity of your body.
> Invested in caring for your mental wellbeing and understanding the mind-body intersection.
> Tired of dealing with constant muscle tension and not knowing what to do to shift it and manage it.
The SelfKind Hub isn't for you if you are:
> Looking for a quick, magical fix to all that ails you.
> Wanting a yoga or Pilates practice that is hard, fast or 'shred' worthy.
> Not interested in learning more about yourself and your body - and the way they interact.
> Hoping that just signing up to something will be enough to create the change you're looking for. If you're not ready to put in the time (it doesn't have to be a lot of time, but it does require some!) this may not be the right fit for you.
right for you?
Doing good and giving back is part of what we do around here.
So, each and every month (or each year if you join as an annual member), 5% of your membership fee is donated to a charitable cause.
Find out more about this initiative here.
That's something to smile about.
$80 per month
Price locked in for the life of your membership
Cancel any time. Billed monthly.
Unlimited access to class video and audio library
On-demand class of the day
Access to livestream classes
Monthly Masterclasses & Office Hours
Private, members-only community
SelfKind Hub PLUS
$200 per month
Price locked in for the life of your membership
Downgrade or cancel any time. Billed monthly.
Everything included in the SelfKind Hub
Monthly 1 hour private counselling + coaching session with Erica.
- Ideal if you would like additional support navigating stress, overwhelm, self-criticism, perfectionism, struggling to prioritise your needs or navigating life transitions.
Does it matter if I can't attend livestream classes?Absolutely not! Everything that happens live is recorded and loaded to the SelfKind library, so you never miss out. For Masterclass and Office Hours calls you can also pre-submit questions for me (or my guests) to answer during the call.
How do I access the SelfKind Hub?You can access the SelfKind Hub from whatever device you prefer. Laptop, desktop, mobile ... lots of members even cast the classes to their television for a large-as-life experience! The site is optimised for desktop and mobile, so any device is a go! Livestream classes take place on Zoom and you can access them from right inside the studio with the click of a button.
I'm not very tech-savvy. Will this work for me?I've kept the tech as simple as possible and as easy-to-use as I can! And I'm here to help - if there's anything you're not sure of, I have tech support on hand to sort it out.
Can I get a free trial? I just want to be sure I like it before I commit.I don't currently offer free trials, but I'm more than happy to answer questions you might have. Plus, if you sign up monthly, you can cancel any time, no strings attached. Take a few classes and see if it's for you.
Will I be able to cancel without jumping through hoops?You know it. No hoop jumping required around here. You have full control over your account - you can update your payment information and other details and cancel your membership without a single hoop to jump through.
I've never done yoga, pilates or somatics before. Is this ok?"Absolutely! These classes are designed for everyone - from first-timers to seasoned yogis. This isn't contortionism or an audition for cirque du soleil. This is gentle movement informed by science and psychology to help you feel good. End of story. Plus, YOU are in control. That particular movement doesn't feel good? No drama! Stop and try something else. The primary objective is to get you moving and trusting your body. No pushing, forcing or striving in sight.
I like to work hard when I work out. Will these classes make me sweat?Only if you put the heater on. I love a good sweat too, but these classes aren't that. They work beautifully alongside your sweat sessions though. These classes might get your heart beating more quickly in some sessions and you might find some movements challenging from a sneaky-strength perspective, but they aren't based on aerobics and speed isn't the aim.
What even is somatics?What a great question! Somatics is a movement modality that supports your body to find ease. It's gentle movement done mindfully, with the intention of finding clarity in the brain-body relationship. You can almost think of it as akin to turning the computer off and on again. It's been described by others as a reset - a way of unwinding the movement compensations and habits that lead us into tension, to find more ease and comfort.
I have more questions. Can you answer them, please?"Of course! I'm here to help. Simply email email@example.com and I'll do my best to help.
A little more about me ... I'm Erica Webb, Counsellor and Mindful Movement Coach.
Using a combination of counselling tools and mindful movement (Yoga, Pilates and Somatic Exercise), I help humans who are ready to prioritise their self-care and wellbeing (but don’t know where to start) work through what’s keeping that mean inner voice from running the show.
My approach to counselling and movement centers on the recognition that kindness matters and that it, coupled with curiosity and a willingness to connect with ourselves, can transform our experience.
I'm a mum of two school-aged boys, one dog and one cat. I love chocolate chip cookies, roller skating, reading and laughing at my own (and others') jokes.