Being Present

Tension is who you think you should be. Relaxation is who you are.

Chinese Proverb

Even the smallest amount of positive focus helps to ease tension. A regular focus on relaxation and positivity actually alters the brain’s neural pathways, making you more resilient to stress and boosting your ability to cope. This in turn leads to significantly better levels of concentration, improved productivity and enhanced job satisfaction. So how do you become more present?

We will help you to explore mindfulness techniques that relax the breath, the body and the mind that can also be adapted for use when time is limited and an immediate impact is required. Learn practical ways to bring about a state of relaxation in yourself, that will help you to counter conflict-induced anxiety, whilst minimising negative impacts.

 

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Potential areas of exploration:

Letting go of tension

Right here, right now

The relaxation response

Successful Stress Management

Influence and control

The Power of Positive Thought

Work/Life Balance

Reflecting & Re-framing

'Being' even better...

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What challenges are you or your organisation facing?
What outcomes do you want to achieve this year? This month? Today?
Whatever is on your mind, we’d love to start a conversation with you.
Who knows what might come of it?