Femme qui reste zen et qui médite fasse à une grande masse de travail

In a highly connected world, we are constantly solicited and subjected to regular and continuous stressful situations. The reactions triggered by this have an impact on our performance and well-being. Stress is an integral part of our lives and plays a major role in the way we work, communicate, and make decisions. It is a warning signal that tells us when certain limits are exceeded.

To understand how it works is to recognise its role and hear the intelligent signals it sends us. It is through understanding and acquiring different techniques that it is possible to respond to stressful situations with more distance and serenity.

Objectifs :

I  Identify stress reactivity.

I  Understand the function of stress and the messages it sends us.

I  Become aware of its effects on health and well-being.

I  Acquire tools to better manage it on a daily basis.

Contenu :

I  The 3F model.

I  The physiology of stress.

I  The automatic and prefrontal mental modes.

I  The means-requirements pyramid.

I  Cardiac breathing.

I  Meditation exercises.

The training is adapted to the specific needs of the participants. The pedagogical approach is participative, incorporating the application of concrete stress management tools. A digitalised course of 2 to 3 hours of activities and tools completes the participant experience.