According to Psychology Today, “Wellbeing is defined as the experience of health, happiness, and prosperity. It includes having good mental health, high life satisfaction, a sense of meaning or purpose, and ability to manage stress”. 
 
 
 
These days people are under a huge amount of stress both at work and home and this impacts on their health as well as their productivity. Lost days due to sickness and retention levels are at an all time high so it makes sense to ensure that your workforce has all the tools they need to identify areas of stress and manage their stress levels whilst building resilience. 
It was while studying Mindfulness, Psychology and Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) to enhance his performances as a Mentalist that Alex discovered that many of the strategies and techniques that he had developed subconsciously were in fact recognised ways to reduce stress and build resilience. While he didn’t need to learn them, (they were second nature to him), he realised that for many other people this wasn’t the case and that they were struggling with issues and were unable to cope with the stresses of day to day life, work and more. This was a turning point for Alex, so he went on to study NLP further and became a Master Practitioner so that he could more effectively pass on these techniques to others. 
The wellbeing training sessions Alex runs are fun and interactive and can be run either at the workplace or online. During the half day session the attendees get a chance to try out many techniques and exercises so that they can see what works best for them. Using mindfulness, NLP and other techniques they learn how to develop a mindset that is resilient and resistant to stress. We can’t eliminate stress and pressure, but we can change how we think about it and how we let it affect us and this is at the core of the training. 
Due to his background in performance, this isn’t a dry, boring session but one which is fun and engaging as well as informative, ensuring that the attendees have all the tools and resources they need to identify areas of stress and how to deal with it in a positive way. Alex even demonstrates a bit of mindreading at the end of the session which ensures that the group come out on a high! 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Some of the practical techniques experienced on the half day 

Body scan 
Heart math exercises 
Breathing exercises 
Setting an anchor 
Guided meditation 
Included in the workshop programme 
Exploring the causes of stress in the home and workplace 
Reframing 
Office habits to ease stress at work 
Taking the stress test 
The paradox of choice 
The requirements for the day 
Up to 30 attendees for the live training (talk to us about numbers for the virtual training) 
A quiet room with chairs for the attendees 
Access to screen or projector 
Flip chart 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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