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Wellbeing techniques for busy doctors

Date: 21 June 2018

Location: Meriden

Time: 9:30AM - 1:00PM

‘Brilliant event! More relaxation than if I had had a spa day, and the bonus of getting techniques to take away and introduce into my daily routine. Would highly recommend to colleagues.’

Would you like to spend a morning focussing on stress-release for yourself?

Would you like to find out more about a range of stress management techniques and therapies?

Come to our ‘Therapies and Wellbeing’ event....

You’ll meet a range of Therapists from the West Midlands who will explain the history and techniques behind their therapy, and then in small workshop groups experience for yourselves self-hypnosis, reflexology and medical herbalism, for the purposes of self-stress management. You’ll learn simple techniques for relaxation and feel the benefits for yourselves.

Steve Woods – Hypnotist and Director of Experiential Hypnosis Ltd, specialises in supporting staff wellbeing by helping groups and individuals make use of the many changes hypnosis can bring about, in support of existing medical intervention.

Ann-Marie Wozencroft – Reflexologist, will demonstrate how Reflexology brings a sense of balance and relaxation to the body, and show how the benefits can include reducing symptoms of stress, anxiety, and improving sleep patterns, when used alongside traditional treatment.

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BMA members: £30

BMA non-members: £60

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Stonebridge Golf Club<br/>Somers Rd <br/>Meriden <br/>CV7 7PL

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Stonebridge Golf Club
Somers Rd
Meriden
CV7 7PL

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Organiser:

Lianne Denton

Email: [email protected]

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