MindBody STRESS RELIEF Workshop

Why the Mind Body Approach to Stress Management?

Stress is perceived in the mind, experienced via emotions, expressed in behaviour, and “held” in the body. This workshop will address the nature of stress as well as provide training and practical experiences at the mind, body and behavioural level.
 
Who should attend?
 
You may benefit from attending this workshop if you believe that stress has a negative impact on your life AND would like to learn stress relief techniques. Some of the practical tools that will be used are energizing exercises, mindfulness, progressive muscle relaxation, and meridian tapping (similar to EFT).
 
What?

1.5 hour MindBody stress relief workshop, that addresses the nature of stress as well as providing training and practical experience in relaxation techniques at the mind, body and behavioural level. You will learn simple but effective techniques for stress reduction that you can continue to use in your day-to-day life, allowing for a greater sense of empowerment.

Contact

For further information please email Alexandra at alexandra@cmbb.com.au

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About Mensch - Connecting Mind Body Breath

I am committed to provide empowering information, to help you cope with painful emotions and support you towards personal growth and development. I combine my PhD in Psychology with 15 years of practical experience in counselling across clinical, corporate and community settings. Contact me on 0426 558 562 for a FREE 10-minute phone consultation to talk about your needs or write me a quick email at alexandra@cmbb.com.au
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