When you find yourself in the care of another due to either necessity or vocation, it can leave you feeling drained or trapped; especially if you don't know self care/self aware tools to navigate throughout this process. Explore your self care approach and discover if it is either draining or sustaining. Free yourself from tension, and from the trap of not acknowledging your needs too.
Attendees will learn: *Acknowledging Self Care Approaches that Drain or Sustain Your Inner Resources *How Good Stress/Bad Stress Operates *Mindfulness Tools that Release Your Tension and Relax Your Mind
About this speaker: Enthused to empower wellness participants, Debra Myers is passionate about sharing her health journey and Stress Management Techniques to ease and release mind/body tension.
Provider's Education: Certified Stress Management Coach, Consultant and Certified Integral Yoga Instructor
Provider's Experience: Since 2003, Debra Myers has enjoyed instructing Stress Management and Yoga workshops. For the past 14 years, she has assisted clients on how to release their physical and emotional tension, (at The Psychological Cooperative of Malec, Herring, and Krause.) Currently and for the past 8 years, Debra conducted online Corporate and Group Workshops based on a Mindfulness/Stress Management approach for American Healthcare Insurance Group, and in addition for 2 years for Highmark Insurance Group.
Celebrity or Keynote
Working From Home
Available as Webinar
Recording is OK
Available as In-Person Event
Willing to Travel
Offered in Spanish
Offered in other languages
For Call Centers
Especially for Men
Especially for Women
For 3rd Shift
Duration of event (in hour increments): 1 hour
Equipment buyer needs to provide: Online platform for Webinar
Equipment provided by vendor: Keynote or PowerPoint Presentation
Post event tools included: PDF of key elements (upon request)
Includes pre-event consultation: If desired
Link to a sample video of event or provider: Watch Debra on Welnys TV - https://tv.welnys.com/programs/release-upperbody-tension