This is a workshop to help practitioners prevent and recover from burnout. We will explore who you are and why. Then we will teach some toolAfter a near death experience and subsequent recovery I has put together a number of key learnings and tasks to help ensure you as a practitioner can ensure you have the resilience to work in todays "sickness industry". We cant help others with a glass that is half full. The cost will be £50 for the first ten who book on the course. Subsequent courses will be £120 so this is a steal. If you would like to book please PayPal your £50 to firstname.lastname@example.org or follow the link.
Date: Saturday 9th November 2019Time: 10am to 5pm.Venue: The Friends Meeting house Lower Friargate, York YO1 9RL Learning outcomes: Introduce a variety of self-care strategies so you can discover which ones work best for you. Planning to measure HRV before and after the day in order to contribute to the body or research and to motivate practitioners to self care. To provide practitioners with tools to take home and use on themselves and in clinical practice for patients. Morning session: We will be asking key questions such as Who am I?How did I get the programming I did? Why childhood can screw us up How can we undo these screw ups? Why did I choose to be a healer? What makes me the person I am?
We will be using a variety of exercises to explore the parts of ourselves we often disassociate from in a mad world. In doing so we become more enlightened to our personal stress triggers. If we have this knowledge we can elicit positive change. We will be discussing how to raise our own vibrations to keep the momentum. Afternoon session: Beginning with the biology and biochemistry of breathing we will be using heartmath techniques to give practitioners the real feel of higher vibration / calmness and resilience over the course of the afternoon. Practitioners will learn the connections between breathing and pH balance, vagal tone, adrenal hormones and why these are all crucial for health and resilience.
Venue: Friargate Quaker Meeting House, Lower Friargate, York, YO1 9RL
General admission: GBP 50.0
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AddressLower Friargate, York, Yorkshire,
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