People are rarely ever free from stress in their lives. We all experience stress at varying levels, and yet not everyone feels the emotions associated with being stressed out, overwhelmed or anxious. We believe that once a person can fully understand and embody how to regulate their nervous system, create awareness and acceptance in their life and build their resilience to stress, they will not only improve their well-being, they will experience greater sense of calm and happiness in their life- emotionally, mentally and physically.
Generally there are few changes that you can make to your external environment. So, any change you make to bring harmony and peace into your life, must come from your own internal environment, namely your attitude towards life and other people. And, this is exactly why we created The Stress Reset Course.
The Stress Reset Course was created from evidence-based approaches and exercises, with the primary goal of helping individuals reduce their stress so they can enjoy a happier and healthier life.
This online, self-paced, 6 module course and toolkit, will give you a better understanding of your nervous system and its connection to stress, the psychological and physical aspects of stress, how stress might be impacting your health and multiple ways in which you can manage, negate and accept stress in your life. And yes, we said accept stress in your life.
By the end of the course, learners will be able to identify their main stressors and positively change how they choose to respond to them.This multimodality course uses a mix of videos, audio, visuals and practical exercises, and takes learners on a step-by-step journey of transformation.
Whether you think you have tried everything, or this is your first structured attempt to reduce your stress, this course is for you.
The Stress Reset Course was featured on an episode of the LET’S HIPLY THIS! Podcast.
“Bridget points out that awareness precedes change and choice. When you are showing up in the emotions of stress, overwhelm, frustration, anxiety, it doesn't feel like you have a lot of choice.”