Young People’s Stress Management Workshop
The aim of the course is to empower young people to understand stress and its effects on their bodies. Through a heightened awareness of what is going on in their minds and bodies during times of stress, they will learn how to manage their stress better. The course will teach the youth to use a whole tool box of tools each of which has been scientifically proven to work. They will leave the course more aware and armed with knowledge. Instead of being the victims of stress they will become the masters of their own minds.
The course will begin with an introduction which includes anatomy, physiology and neuroanatomy as well as neuroscience. This will be followed by an experiential section in which they will experience simulated stressors and learn to be the observer of their own responses. They will use these simulated opportunities to try out using their tools and not using their tools. They will be alerted to the difference between being equipped and taking charge and not.
The course will be very interactive and is best suited to young adults from 17-20. Each will engage at their own level of understanding.
Heightened self-awareness and a greater level of consciousness.
Youth who can manage themselves in times of stress.
Youth who are armed with tools and knowledge to sustain them in the high pressured social, school, University, exam and sporting situations that are part of their world.
Youth with a heightened level of emotional intelligence and capacity for introspection
Better coping skills
Ultimately young adults who do better at school, in university and in their sport, because they can thrive in spite of the stress they experience.
The Course is 2 sessions long. Each session is 2 hours long. Groups are small and interactive
Location: 11 East River Rd West Bryanston
Date: 5th and 12th of November 4pm-6pm.
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SUE FULLER-GOOD's Profile
Sue is known as the Body Whisperer. She works as a physiotherapist (UCT), a registered life coach and a facilitator of wellbeing in corporates and in the private sector. She has used her own body and life as a laboratory for learning and discovery and has a unique understanding of the body, the mind and of living out of the box and of cultivating energy to fund living an extraordinary, highly productive, successful, joy-filled life.
Having started her working life, working with the dying elderly in the East End of London, Sue decided to live with no regrets having learnt from the people she worked with. Her philosophy is to suck life dry for all it has to offer, the happy and the sad, the good and the bad.
Sue weaves her understanding of anatomy, physiology, neuroscience, human behaviour, psychology, nutrition, pain, spirituality and health into everything she does. She started and runs Body Brilliance and the Energy-Incubator. Both these companies help people to truly thrive, both on the inside and the outside. Having done her masters in balance (WITS), the physical and the mental merge and underpin the offerings of these businesses.
Sue has worked with many businesses and business schools, facilitating the learning of stress management practices, the art of wellbeing creation and Mindfulness and Body Awareness. She has presented at many conferences both internationally and locally in SA and her work opens people’s minds and their awareness so that they can truly thrive.
Adventure and sport have been at the heart of Sue’s life. She has climbed mountains in distant lands and run across islands, traveled widely and met people from all around the world. This lifestyle led to her participation in Women on a Mission’s latest mission to Ethiopia, where they became the first people in the world to cycle across the Danakil Depression in North Eastern Ethiopia, raising money for women and children victims of abuse, violence and war. Sue is a Mom of a 16 and an 18 year old. She is a physiotherapist, a speaker, an author, a teacher and a healer. Her talks and workshops empower and inspire and her work shows people how they can truly feel great and perform optimally.