December 14, 2020 11 a.m. - noon
Join Kyla as she takes us on an inward journey connected with self and self care solutions.
Harvard University has concluded that love and connection are the single most significant contributors to an individual's health and happiness. Join Kyla as she takes us on an inward journey connected with self and self care solutions.
Discover how kindness is actually the opposite to stress, and play, to worry, and how both can form much needed solutions to rising rates of loneliness, anxiety, stress and depression; and the best part… they are contagious! This session provides practical self care tools, and kindness and play challenges, to enhance and enrich your mental and emotional wellbeing through our words, acts and actions. Gain an understanding of personal triggers and preventative strategies to start taking play a little more seriously by creating healthy and kind personalised coping mechanisms.
You will walk away with a personalised self-care plan that can help you enhance your health and wellbeing, manage your stress, and maintain focus in your study, productivity and balance. Learn to identify activities and practices that support your wellbeing and help to sustain positive self-care in the long-term. Drawing on positive psychological practices, you will explore some of the many causes of emotional and mental overwhelm, often fuelled by self-criticism, guilt, shame and blame to provide simple solutions for staying focused and calm. Gaining an understanding of how consistent radical self accountability with our wellness can and will strengthen your resilience, results, health and happiness.