Mindfulness-vs-Stress

Stress is quickly making it’s way to the top of most common employee complaints. Depression and anxiety symptoms are skyrocketing, along with other health issues. Prolonged stress is simply unsustainable.

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MINDFULNESS – THE SIMPLE SOLUTION

Mindfulness is the genius, low-cost solution to stress. By harnessing simple Mindfulness techniques, your staff will learn to better manage their stress levels throughout the day. This greatly reduces the negative impact of stress, even without changes to the work situation and the realities thereof. No wonder businesses like Google and Apple offer Mindfulness training to their employees. This workshop is all about learning Mindfulness techniques that help you maintain a clear mind even during the busiest days.

MINDFULNESS VS. STRESS WORKSHOP

Mindfulness vs. Stress is a highly effective 1 to 2 hour workshop full of practical tips and mindfulness exercises that can be done in minutes. The participants leave the workshop with;

  • More insight into how stress impacts physical health, mental health and performance
  • Practice of 3 – 5 short mindfulness techniques
  • Practical suggestions on how to incorporate mindfulness in their everyday (work)lives

Join the growing number of New Zealand businesses / organisations who have chosen our Mindfulness workshop.

Mindfulness vs. stress

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DR CHANTAL HOFSTEE

Clinical psychologist, Executive coach and author of Mindfulness on the Run.

Chantal is one of New Zealand’s leading Mindfulness teachers. She is on a mission to help people take control of their stress. She teaches research-based Mindfulness techniques, which don’t require a formal meditation practice but can be used on the go, yet they have been called ‘enlightening’ and ‘gently life changing’.

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