Show your workforce that you really care by introducing a different way to look at life!
In today’s fast- paced, hi-tech society, people often feel under stress and pressure. It is rarely the work situation alone causing the problem, just turn on the news and you will soon be feeling pretty despondent!
Whilst we wholeheartedly agree that modern medicine has improved in leaps and bounds over the last few years, prescription medication is not the only answer when people are feeling stressed. Statistics show that 25% of adults in the UK have been diagnosed with mental health issues, with an estimated 18% going undiagnosed. That’s a staggering 43% of people affected, with a huge impact on personal and working lives.
Using tried and tested methodologies such as Meditation, Reiki, EFT, NLP, Law of Attraction and more, we aim to give people safe, effective and efficient alternatives to sit alongside conventional medicine.
For thousands of years Eastern cultures have been using Meditation techniques to calm the mind. But…One size does not fit all. Most people don’t have the time or inclination to sit in the lotus position in a mountain top for 3 days. So, we have developed a number of different meditation techniques to suit all preferences (well, as many as we can!)
Reiki is an ancient Japanese healing method. The Reiki Principles alone have been known to help people come through some highly stressful times in their lives and it is possible to learn some easy techniques to practice at work or at home.
Emotional Freedom Technique – EFT (also known as Tapping) works on the acupressure points in the body to change your negative thought patterns into positive ones.
Neuro-linguistic Programming – NLP focusses on possibilities and provides a set of easy to use techniques to identify and replicate outstanding personal performance.
Law of Attraction Is a really cool way to appreciate the good things, with a 10 step process for improving your life
A free 1 hour diagnostic session is highly recommended to enable us to tailor this package to organisational requirements