Stress Less, Live Well
an eight week journey to less stress, more time and mindful life
Stress Less, Live Well is an eight week step by step journey that introduces you to the practice of mindfulness based stillness meditation.
Why is mindfulness important?
It is a proven pathway to better health, less stress and improved relationships. Mindfulness is a tool to better emotional control, improved ability to respond rather than react to situations and manage your energy.
Plus if you experience anxiety and / or depression, mindfulness based stillness meditation has been proven in peer reviewed research to reduce the impact and severity of symptoms.
Over 8 modules we will give you;
- 12 lessons that guide you through each step moving you from beginning practitioner to incorporating mindfulness into your everyday life.
- 10 guided mediations that you can download and use to practise
- Downloadable worksheets to help you monitor your progress
- Full tested and validated stress measurement tool, so that you can monitor your progress
- Support from a community of people on the same journey, check out our Facebook group Stress Less, Live Well
You just need to bring yourself and a commitment to practise 3x a week for 15 - 20 minutes. No fancy mats, lights or robes required!!!
We are so positive about the benefits of mindfulness to your life that we guarantee that you will develop the skills you need to manage stress, be more in tune with your body, and be able to connect with your emotions more clearly.
If you do the work and are not happy, then we will refund your money*
My name is Jen,
I am an accredited mindfulness based stillness meditation facilitator through the Yarra Valley Living Centre and studied with Paul Benson. I have been meditating for a long time, since first learning about yoga and meditation when I was 10 years old. The ability to be mindful in situations is a gift and a skill, one that has benefited me across many areas of life. My practice is not perfect and that is the fun thing about meditation, mindfulness, yoga or any practise that is self focused you are always learning, it is a journey not a destination.
My professional background is in the health industry, currently I am a PhD candidate exploring the impact of occupational violence on organisational culture. In the past I have also explored the role of gender and cultural background on leadership and occupational violence in the remote health setting.