On request I provide workshops where I help guide groups of individuals to recognise how interlinked their mind and body are, using activities to help demonstrate this. I explain the concept of how persistent pain and many other conditions are actually not caused by our body failing us, but as an escape mechanism for the build up of inner turmoil for which there is no other escape.
I use current research to back up these claims, as well as real life case studies. Workshops are educational, but fun and at times interactive and experiential to help attendees take on board concepts that might be new to them. All attendees will leave with practical and easy to use suggestions and tools to help either resolve or prevent stress induced symptoms.
Where appropriate workshops also includes the effect chronic health conditions have on businesses and how this knowledge can help companies improve staff health and wellbeing and reduce sickness absence costs and attrition rates. Further workshops and support for individual employees with health concerns is also available on request.
For further information and costs, please contact me.
"Georgie has extensive knowledge and experience of her subject. She communicates that knowledge in an engaging and enthusiastic way. I had a number of a-ha moments during the workshop, which left me wanting more and as promised Georgie sent me a copy of the newly updated SIRPA Recovery audio recording.
I really enjoyed the workshop and found it both interesting and useful in understanding how stress is affecting my life and how I can help myself to cope with these stresses."
Nicola Farmer, Director, Mycotoxin Laboratory (UK) Ltd
“I came away from Georgie’s workshop with a smile on my face and a spring in my step. In a short space of time I’d learned some hugely valuable information about the impact of stress in my life and its links with pain. More importantly I saw new ways to approach lingering problems in my life like migraine and back pain. Liberating!
Tilla Brook, Life Coach
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