Are you tired of feeling overwhelmed, stuck, bullied and stressed?
Are you running on auto pilot? Experiencing sleeplessness or finding yourself being short and snappy?
Do you find yourself consistently fulfilling the needs of a roster that keeps pulling you in, your friends, your family, the children’s school, the local footy or netball team, giving only to the outside world?
It’s time to re prioritise and start to fill your own cup.
Get your life, energy and joy back at work and home. Experience the only ‘teacher, nurse & midwife’ CPD accredited’ self-awareness education in Australia.
The purpose of the practical one day workshop is to provide an introduction into mindfulness and self awareness practices, offering a deep understanding as to why you would want to embrace the practices. Participants will gain insight into the EYI education, activations and practices inclusive of meditation and breath that can be used to reduce stress and risk, improve wellbeing and enhance care in the workplace. This workshop is practical based and utilises an engaging multi media delivery for skill development, in a language that is today.
A new education path for nurses: a programme with a difference. For me, life changing, I’m managing to implement the EYI tools / strategies to improve the way I perceive situations, react to them and deal with them. Their philosophy is to bring together tools, strategies and concepts for personal and collective growth.
Learn tools that work, develop staff engagement, connection, compassion and communication, for productivity and performance to be at your best
9am – 10.45am
-What is mindfulness/meditation, how and where?
-Latest studies of the benefits of mindfulness meditation
-Practice mindfulness technique
10.45am – 11.00am break
11am – 12.45pm
-Fight, flight – stress response
-Stress and its effects in the human body
-Central Nervous system and the effects of your health
-Biochemical shifts with emotions
-External triggers and environmental stimulus, recognising shifts in internal states?
-Identify the effects of stress in your own mind and body
12.45pm – 1.45pm Yoga Session
1.45pm – 2.15pm Lunch
2.15pm – 3.30pm
-Health and wellness of a calm state
-Why body awareness? Feedback loops of the brain and body
-Practices and processes to support self-regulation
-Reflection of behaviours, actions and thoughts
-Breath and its benefits
-Tools for a regulating internal state
3.30pm – 3.45pm break
3.45pm – 5.00pm
-Putting it together – How to make it happen in life.
-Consider the practical learnings of today and how you can apply it.
-How to manage life situations, emotional moments to challenging situations and build strategies for resilience
-Communication – Connection – Empathy
-Mindful conversation with colleagues and patients
-Strategic planning and practical steps for home practice
I had the privilege to attend EYI workshop with my team of educators / facilitators as part of our self-care action plan. This workshop & its truly transformational skilled facilitators provided us with new insights, practical strategies & most importantly an opportunity to actively participate in our own self empowering journey. I loved every aspect of the day & would highly recommend it to others who are sincere & interested in becoming the best versions of themselves. I am now actively integrating key aspects of this workshop into my everyday self-care practices for self & organizational wide.
Nurse Educator Workplace Capability,
Prince of Wales Hospital, Sydney, NSW
Marie Louise focus and purpose was ignited by her mother’s battle with mental illness, this was the driving force in a lifetime of research into the functioning of the brain, body and emotional patterns. Marie has been studying how we work for over 30 years and practicing in the field of human behaviour and self-mastery for over a decade.
Her adventures of self discovery have seen her run to the Himalayas, push her body and mind to physical and mental extremes, process and overcome years of child sexual abuse, teenage rape and divorce. Her personal experience of processing years of abuse gives her the understanding of embodied trauma and what is necessary to move beyond it. Marie is an accomplished Author of ‘Discover Worlds Within’, co founder of Evolve Yourself Institute and she absolutely loves aligning authenticity and action to support the awakening of the heart. Marie believes every being has the right to wellbeing, Marie says, “With a little knowledge, practical tools and strategies individuals are able to create a life lived well.”
Her insight into human behaviour is second to none and bringing complex system to life simply is what she does best.
Entrepreneur, business woman and self-awareness specialist. Kerrie is founder of Fashion Label otto mode and Co-founder of Evolve Yourself Institute, a regular writer for health and wellness publications, former Elite athlete in the discipline of ultra-running (50 and100km). She is an Australian record holder and dynamo mum to two young children. Kerrie is an incredibly driven, passionate and energetic lady who thrives on a challenge, change and the possibilities of human potential.
Having led an entrepreneurial life for over a decade Kerrie knows what it takes to go from losing to winning on a global scale. This established fashionista, mum and elite athlete also knows the trials of balancing business and family life, the near loss of a child, the devastation of divorce, abuse and life as a single parent. Kerrie believes we all have the ability to thrive no matter what life throws at us. Kerrie says “With awareness, self-belief the right tools and education no matter the circumstance it is possible to find peace, love, happiness, connection and grow.”
Kerrie’s energy, passion for life and human potential is infectious. A woman who thrives on challenge, creation and seeing others rise.
I feel like I can now better understand why I feel the way I feel with certain situations. I like that I now Know I have the power to change it. I feel I will now be less anxious in stressful situations with these new tools. I recommend this day, very useful tools for work but also for life.
Nurses and Midwives have access to Nurse & Midwife Support, a 24/7 national support service for nurses and midwives providing access to confidential advice and referral.
Nurse and Midwife Support is an initiative by the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA). It is run by Turning Point, a leading addiction treatment, research and education organisation.
Call 1800 667 877 Click here to access Nurse & Midwife Support now.
Contact us to learn more (02) 8007 3268 or firstname.lastname@example.org