DATE: Saturday 5th October 2019 9.30-4.30pm
VENUE: Swansea Wellbeing Centre
PRICE: £45 if booked by 4th September
(£55 after this/ concessions avaliable on request)
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I’m excited to announce following the popular ‘Caring for the carers resilience workshops’ I ran at the start of the year I am offering another opportunity to come learn about resilience. This will take the form of a practical one day workshop at the super lovely Swansea Wellbeing Centre on 4th October. As with previous days you can expect movement, breath work, meditation and deep relaxation as well as structured exercises to help you reflect on strategies that help you as an individual to cultivate resilience.
The price remains unchanged (£45 early bird before 4th October and £55 after this – concessions avaliable contact me to discuss). Spaces are limited to keep this an intimate and welcoming space for sharing and learning together – so please book on early to avoid disappointment.
When I started teaching this work earlier in the year I aimed the workshops at health professionals. This upcoming workshop will be a little bit broader providing tools for resilience whether its work, family, home or other stressors you face in your life. The last four months I have been working in community mental health in a challenging role that has really called on me to practice what I preach for wellbeing and resilience for both myself and the people I serve in that role.
It can really difficult to acknowledge our humanity, our challenges, a sense of not quite getting it right or reaching the high standards we often set ourselves. But I believe that coming together to learn tools and share experiences can be a powerful opportunity to grow and develop. There is a sense of feeling deeper roots to hold us firm in stormy moments and maybe even the possibility to spread our branches and leaves to gather the light that is also there in our lives even on the stormy days.
Here is how other people described the day:
“It was a relaxing, informative, motivating and inspiring workshop. Personal and professional development opportunity without any hard work. It’s a must attend!”
NHS Staff Wellbeing Adviser.
“[a] well structured day facilitated by Katy in a gentle, well held way. Good balance of movement, interactive sharing, mindful tools, skills sharing for building resilience in a demanding world of the care industry”
Jules, Care worker.
“It’s a practical guide to how and why a yoga practice and mindfulness techniques can help you manage stress and anxiety at work. All in a safe and supportive space.”
Cardiff Speech and Language Therapist
“A facilitated reflective space that gives practical suggestions, experiences and strategies to take forward”