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Triggers Stress Management Course 

 How And Why We Get Stressed And How To Manage This

Category:   Self Care, Self-awareness Courses

Stress is a part of everyday life and can positively and negatively affect our mental and physical health. When experienced in small doses, stress can help us to feel energised and alert, driving us to reach goals or complete tasks. But when stress persists over time, it takes a toll on our bodies. Chronic stress can lead to long-term health problems, such as the increased risk of depression, anxiety, and heart disease.

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Introduction to Mindfulness and Meditation. Attention & Focus practices.

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the Mind and

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Embracing uncertainty & change

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Understanding cause &


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The power of compassion (benefits for ourselves and others).



​Stress is a universal experience, but the long-term effects of chronic stress on our minds and body may surprise you. Research has shown that chronic stress can lead to many health problems, including high blood pressure, depression, anxiety, and digestive issues. It can even rewire our brains, leading to memory loss and difficulty concentrating. If you're feeling overwhelmed by stress, don't worry – there are practical steps you can take to manage it. In this course, you'll learn proven techniques for controlling stress and mitigating its harmful effects, from mindfulness meditation to exercise and self-care. Together, we can stop stress from taking over our lives.


Our courses provide management with tools on how to measure & report ongoing well-being outcomes.

Who should attend? 


Key management/staff.



The course can be completed over 5 sessions (1 hour each).

We offer in-person and online training options.


* If interested in customizing this training to meet specific requirements, please contact us.

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