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Working on Bean Bag Chairs


Please note that pricing depends on group size and the nature of your organisation. 

Calming the nervous system and feeling safe (Minimum 2 hours)
This workshop is suitable for people with PTSD and trauma related symptoms

- Looking at how to activate the Vagus nerve to establish a calm nervous system
- Feeling safe in body and mind
- Improves sleep
- Improves digestion and energy
- Helps prevent ‘burnout’ and ‘adrenal fatigue’
- Improves concentration

calming nervous system

Employability - changing limiting beliefs and creating confidence (Minimum 3 hours)

- Looking at limiting beliefs in relation to job applications

- Public speaking and interview techniques

- Confidence building in applying for jobs

- How to stay calm when feeling anxious


Techniques to cope with stress, anxiety and panic attacks (Minimum 2 hours)

- Tools and techniques to deal with panic attacks

- Breaking the cycle of anxiety

- Lifestyle techniques and knowledge to reduce stress and anxiety

- Feeling safe in body and mind

5 routes

Five routes to optimum health (Full day workshop)

- Understanding the connection between the mind and body

- Working with the breath to calm the nervous system

- Food Mood and gut microbiome

- Rest and digital detox

- Re-wiring unwanted thoughts, habits and behaviours

digital detox

Digital detox (Minimum 2 hours)

- Discovering other interests and pathways

- Building self-esteem without external validation

- Creating a balanced lifestyle

- Learning to rest and switch off

inner critic

Re-wiring the ‘inner critic’ and building self esteem (Minimum 2 hours)

- Discovering what is stopping you from living the life you want

- Achieving your goals

- Breaking the cycle of procrastination

- Feeling confident

- Developing positive thoughts and expectations

eco anxiety

Managing eco-anxiety (Minimum 2 hours)

  • Finding the balance between negative and positive news stories

  • Feeling empowered with the changes that you can make

  • Interrupting the habit of catastrophising

  • Visualising a positive future

  • Exploring alternative solutions

According to a survey (1) of 10,000 children and young people:

  • 59% were very or extremely worried about climate change, and 84% were at least moderately worried. 

  • 75% said that they think their future is frightening.

Please note that pricing depends on group size and the nature of your organisation. 

(1) Hickman, C., Marks, E., Pihkala, P., Clayton, S., Lewandowski, R.E., Mayall, E.E., Wray, B., Mellor, C. and van Susteren, L., 2021. Climate anxiety in children and young people and their beliefs about government responses to climate change: a global survey. The Lancet Planetary Health, 5(12), pp.e863-e873.

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