Staying healthy can be more of a challenge than we openly admit, what often happens instead is that health symptoms get to the point where they can no longer be ignored, which means it’s often open to the symptoms having to be managed one way or another.
Being proactive with your health is the way to go, as is shown through systems like meditation, mindfulness, eating in a balanced way (80/20) and moving the body. But just focusing on one of these areas at the expense of the others tends not to be the answer, so we need to throw a swath of techniques at the issue and this applies even more so as we age. Anyone who tells you there’s a one-size fits all solution to good health is biased in some way.
Keeping Long-Term Stress At Bay
Stress is the factor and we live in a world where everything is needed yesterday, it can be a tough gig, especially on sensitive folk, and developed a tough skin is how people often survive. But, if this is at the expense of your softer side, then something has to give, ad usually it shows itself in your health.
So being proactive and learning some handy tools that alleviate stress, on the spot, is the answer, and techniques that you can use anywhere, anytime, in any situation, without having to be obvious is even better.
At these workshops you’ll learn how to get on board with yourself without losing your dignity, it’s a win:win. They can be tailored to your organisation, in order to help people be more relaxed, have more fun, and not take life quite so seriously. This way you get more done, in less time and feel so much better doing it.
Check out this YouTube video that shows how this Spanish speaking teacher uses just one of the tools with his class of school-children. And what he has to say about the benefits it’s brought about in their behaviour and in himself:
The workshops are designed around a range of specific topics that take you further into health improvements, whether that is getting control around eating, reducing stress, anxiety, improving relationships, getting rid of a phobia, or improving sales motivation, to make it fun, productive and lucrative.
If this sounds like something you’d be interested in having designed and delivered for your company, community or charity group just get in contact.
What To Do Next
If you’re ready to do things differently:
- Arrange a chat with Jane and explore your options
- Call on 01303 223233 or 07951 522829
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Drop-in sessions
- One-to-one sessions
- VIP Days to change a whole heap of symptoms
- Over Skype
- On the phone
- Online courses