The Art of Chill – Reducing Your Stress with NLP

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Stress is a universal and naturally occurring phenomenon in humans. Research shows that life styles with excessive stress and chronic tension result in increases in stress-related diseases. Burnout, heart attacks, ulcers, decreased productivity, relational problems, depression, loneliness, and cynicism are frequent symptoms of chronic stress that adversely affect us personally, professionally, and physically.

Symptoms of chronic stress include job burnout, heart attacks, ulcers, decreased productivity, relational problems, depression, loneliness, and cynicism. The symptoms adversely affect us personally, professionally, and physically.

While stress cannot be eliminated, we can learn to deal with it effectively to maximize our potential. The “Art of Chill” program is designed to enable participants to identify the stressors in their lives, to understand how these stressors affect them, and to learn and practice a variety of effective coping strategies.

Participants in the program will learn:

  • Sources of stress both physical and mental
  • Your unique response to stress and how you stay calm
  • The “Heimlich Maneuver” for stress
  • Using your unique “timeline” to rapidly reduce stress in the moment
  • Visual stress reduction techniques
  • Auditory stress reduction techniques
  • Kinesthetic stress reduction techniques
  • Your future plan for reducing stress

The Art of Chill workshop is scheduled for Saturday, 2/25/17 from 2:25 to 4:50 (2 hours and 25 minutes)

Location: 225 Lincoln Highway, Fairless Hills, PA 19030

Cost is $25.00 for TWO people (come to the session with a friend)

Facilitator is Mary Demetria Davis

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Mary Davis
Mary Davis
Mary is Co-director of the Princeton Center for NLP, a certified Master Practitioner of NLP and a licensed LAB Profile Consultant. For over twenty years, Mary has developed programs and training in stress reduction, effective communication, and crisis intervention. In the field of NLP, Mary is considered to be one of the foremost experts in the use of language for change. In addition to NLP, she includes Thought Field Therapy, Quantum Psychology and LAB (Language and Behavior) Profiling in her professional repertoire.

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