Please contact Sea Soul Blessings founder Pippa Best via this email form to discuss any press enquiries, and we’ll provide a phone number.


Pippa and Sea Soul Blessings have featured in Coast Magazine, Spirit and Destiny, Soul and Spirit, Kindred Spirit, Motherdom and online at Honest Mum, Huffington Post, amongst others.

Pippa recently appeared on This Morning, discussing her experience of eco-anxiety as a parent, and how to manage this using mindfulness, self compassion and imperfect action.

About Pippa Best:

Pippa is a coach, writer, experienced film script editor and entrepreneur who has developed and led extensive media business development programmes. A mother of two living in Cornwall, Pippa also sea swims all year round. She is passionate both about the positive impact of connecting to nature, and our responsibility to protect and preserve the natural world.


Pippa writes regularly for Sea Soul Blessings and Story of Mum, and has been commissioned to write for Kindred Spirit, In the Moment, Fen and Field, and Motherdom. In addition to writing for online magazines such as Art of Healthy Living.

In 2010, Pippa created an impactful social enterprise, Story of Mum, to support mums via coaching, retreats, online courses and community, including an international motherhood exhibition.

Sea Soul Blessings, founded in 2018, is her first foray into creating mindfulness tools inspired by nature, and building a community around our love for the sea  – and it’s an adventure on which she hopes to make significant positive changes to our minds and the world we share.


She believes deeply in the “blue mind” benefits and positive impact on mental and physical health of  spending time in and by the sea – and the life-changing impact of incorporating self compassion and daily mindfulness practices into daily life. Not just on ourselves, but on all those we love.

Pippa’s journey to create Sea Soul Blessings has allowed her to overcome mental and physical challenges – learning to move through anxiety and defy her inner critic, to manage the pain of early onset arthritis and recovery from a foot injury.

It has also helped her to find hope for the planet in a time of crisis, and to trust her instincts and connection to a bigger life purpose, even when it meant making a brave and scary move into a completely new business world and career path in her 40s.

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