Creating new habits to manage stress at work
A practical Mindfulness workshop
This workshop will address how we can manage stress through our behaviours and approaches to what we think and feel. Stress is (oh so) very common and often, the way we approach it can make us feel worse! What if there was another way? A way we could take the pressure off ourselves and live life more fully?
Here, you can expect an introduction to everyday Mindfulness – we’ll be talking creating meaningful habits to reduce stress in the workplace and in your life in general. You’ll have the opportunity to have a go at various exercises including meditation and choose what works for you.
You’ll also be provided with meditation downloads and tools to use for future.
Intrigued? Join us
Suitable for individuals and those managing a company or team and who would like to support staff.
Date: Thurs 14th June
Timing: 9.30-13.30 including lunch
Location: The Clarion Hotel, Holywell Hill, St Albans
Prices are as follows:
- £75 early bird rate available until Wed 23rd May
- St Albans BID organisations/ St Albans Chamber members
- £65 early bird rate available until Wed 23rd May
We’re fortunate enough to have two local sponsors for this event. Thanks to MyMustard and The BID St Albans (Business Improvement District) for supporting this initiative 🙂
Find out more about them here:
The BID St Albans
Your trainer will be Ruth Farenga – find our more about her on on our About Us page.
Workplace testimonials for Mindful Pathway:
‘I experienced helpful, positive learning and sharing throughout. It was all delivered in a professional and caring way and I have already recommended the course to 2 of my colleagues. Worth every minute of my time!’
~ Pam, 2016 participant
‘I found the course incredibly helpful and a great start to my journey to a more balanced and enjoyable life for me, my work and my family. I have a better understanding on myself, thought processes and the connection between mind and body’
~ Phil, 2017 participant
‘The course has had a huge impact on my life. It’s changed the way I approach things and situations. I dwell on the past and “what ifs” much less, and when things don’t go the way I want, I’m able to step back and make an effort to respond rather than react’
~ Lorri, 2017 participant