Conquer Your Stress, Go From Worrier to Warrior
With Dr Kathy Gruver
Learn how to stop the stress response in its tracks.
It's estimated that stress is responsible for 60-90% of doctor's visits and one million workers miss work each day because of stress, costing companies $602 per employee per year, according to the American Institute of Stress.
It is imperative that we recognise that stress is not the problem - it's our reaction to our stress and we can learn to control it. Acquire cutting edge self-care techniques - affirmations, visualisation, breathwork, mindfulness and mini-mediations - that you and your staff can do for better health. Master a mini-meditation that anyone can do anytime. Learn how we can use visualisation to improve our leadership and work performance outcomes. Additionally you'll explore how our words and thoughts can make a difference in our daily lives. Also covered will be how we can incorporate all of our senses in daily mindfulness to decrease the stress response and gain control over our reactions, brining us to greater peace and productivity. Attendees will walk away with an increased sense of control over stress, and practical tools that can be immediately put to use in their everyday lives.
- Recognise the emotional, physical and behavioural signs of stress.
- Examine current research on meditation, positive self-talk and visualisation and how it can be incorporated into your workday.
- Learn a simple technique, known as a mini-mediation, to stop the stress response in its tracks.
- Understand how you can use your daydreams to boost immune function and increase relaxation.
- Discover how to incorporate mindfulness into your day even if you think you don't have time.
Dr Kathy Gruver is an award-winning author, professional speaker, two time TEDx-er and ACC certified coach. Kathy has written eight books which have garnered 12 awards, hosted a TV series based on her first book, and cohosts the Fire and Earth Podcast. She has earned her PhD in natural health and has studied mind-body medicine at the famed Benson Henry Institute for Mind-Body Medicine at Harvard. For fun and stress relief Kath does flying trapeze.