Learn to thrive in a world of change and challenge at Feb. 29 HeartMath® Workshop
What would your life be like if you had more energy throughout the day and you intuitively knew how to respond to change and challenge?
On Saturday, February 29, Upstate residents will have an opportunity to learn more about building and sustaining physical, emotional, and mental resilience during a HeartMath® Workshop in Spartanburg presented by Livin’ Upstate contributor Stacey Bevill of Ask and Receive Coaching.
Used by law enforcement, first responders, hospital systems and Fortune 500 companies alike, HeartMath techniques are based on the science of resilience and are designed to boost performance, aid in communication skills and creativity, and strengthen personal and professional relationships.
“Those who complete HeartMath training and practice the techniques typically experience better sleep and health, lower stress levels and an overall improvement in critical thinking and problem-solving skills,” said Bevill, a HeartMath Certified Trainer.
For example, a survey of 8,700 healthcare workers using HeartMath tools said they had a more positive attitude, a greater sense of gratitude and were more motivated. Respondents added that they had significantly less fatigue, stress and anxiety after the training.
Ingrid Quigg Norris, a community engagement educator from Spartanburg, SC, said HeartMath training dramatically improved her communication skills.
“In my work, I need to communicate my message efficiently and effectively,” Norris said. “Becoming aware of the barriers I was bringing to the conversation and practicing coherent communication techniques has improved my dialogues one hundred percent.”
Those attending the HeartMath workshop will learn:
- Skills for building resilience in the face of change and uncertainty
- Intelligent energy self-regulation techniques to reduce stress and related symptoms of fatigue, burnout, anxiety, frustration, and sleeplessness
- How to have more control, make better choices, protect your health and energy, and enjoy life overall
Long-term benefits of HeartMath training are:
- Ability to maintain composure in challenging environments
- Quick judgment and adaptive thinking
- Capacity to reset after tough experiences
- Reduced distress, anger, sadness, and fatigue
- Improved sleep and physical stress symptoms
- Increased calmness and vitality
- Improved work performance
- Greater confidence, balance, and clarity under acute stress
- Quicker recalibration following tough experiences
Want to go?
What: HeartMath® Workshop
When: Saturday, February 29, 2020, 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Where: SC Test Prep on Morgan Square, 139 W. Main Street, Spartanburg SC 29306. Use Magnolia Street Parking Garage.
Cost: $99 per person.
For more information and to register, click here.