The stress response is the basis of ‘fight or flight’ and was useful for keeping our ancestors safe from attack from predators. In fight or flight our body shifts as it is flooded with adrenalin, tunnel vision is assumed, muscles tense and the body is ready for extreme physical action. In the modern day fight or flight, or the stress response is certainly not warranted for daily conditions such as work, social and family activities.
The stress response limits our performance in such activities and research has shown that prolonged stress is extremely unhealthy. By working through this DVD you will learn processes to help you become relaxed and calm as you dc-stress your mind and body. You will learn bow to train your mind and body to respond differently in situations that were previously stressful and begin to enjoy a stress-free life.
Michael Carroll Is the only NLP Master Trainer in the world certified by NLP co-creator John Grinder and Carmen Bostic St Clair. He is the Founder and Course Director of the NLP Academy. Michael creates a collaborative learning environment where the interplay of conscious and unconscious learning processes fully harness the potential of each learner on a course. He has a unique style using metaphor, humour, questioning, and elicitation of altered states. This makes a course with Michael a profound learning experience flowing into every outlet of your life. In the words of his clients he is a “training genius”.
A format for reviewing, relaxing and releasing yourself from stressful situations
Understand the triggers in your life that evoke a stress response
The de-stressing process to relax and be calm
How to enjoy increased well being through taking time to rejuvenate the mind and body throughout the day
How to be very relaxed using self hypnosis
In 2009/2010 - 135 million working days were lost due to ‘stress, depression and anxiety’
An average of 28.5 days were taken off for each case
1 in 5 of the adult population in the UK are ‘very’ or ‘extremely’ stressed through work
‘Stress, depression and anxiety’ are the second most commonly reported work related illnesses