Stress Management Workshops

Would you like more happiness in your life?

Join us for a Stress Management Workshop and get the skills you need to build a healthier, happier, and more productive life. Everyone can benefit from learning how to better manage life’s stresses!

Studies show that healthier people are usually happier, and happy people tend to be more productive, both at work and at home. The results of attending a Stress Management Workshop extend beyond you, promoting a calm environment and more constructive interaction with others.

Join us for this opportunity to understand how stress affects your body and emotions, identify stressors in your daily routines, and learn effective strategies to help reduce it. Discover stress relief exercises that you can utilize anywhere when you feel tense.

Working together in this interactive experience will give you the tools you need to become more aware of your emotional responses, empowering you to live a healthier, more relaxed lifestyle with less overall stress.

Sign up today and commit to reducing the stress in your life.

Treat yourself to more happiness!

 

Join us for this Workshop!
Saturday, April 13, 2019
1:00 pm
Rancho Bernardo
$35

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What Students Are Saying

I attended Sheila’s Stress Relief Lunch and Learn at my company. I figured “what the heck it’s an hour and the company is paying for lunch”. Well I was astonished at how stressed I actually was! Sheila explained what stress was and how it affected my body and mind. The last 15 minutes of the class was teaching me methods to reduce my stress. I have been doing the exercises and breathing for a week now and I can hardly believe how much less stress I have!

Thank you, Sheila for helping me be so much calmer & happier!

Pat P. – San Diego

“The processes in Sheila’s class showed me how my worry and fear have kept me from expressing myself fully.  As a result of this class I am more aware of where I have been acting from, and I have new skills to use, that I know work, when stuff comes up again. Bless you, Sheila!”

Linda Webb-Khakaba, Santa Rosa, CA