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ENRICH-0053 – Wellness: Manage Your Stress (ENRICH-0053_STRS)

Manage Your Stress: Achieving a Peaceful Life in a Chaotic World

How many times in the last two weeks have you said, “I’m so tired” or “I’m so stressed”? Did you know that even the language you use can inhibit your ability to manage stress? There are ways to gracefully and skillfully respond to the many challenges you face personally and professionally. In this two-part, interactive workshop, stress management expert Grace Estripeaut guides you through simple exercises and concepts that can help you do just that. Using neuroscience discoveries about how our brains work, learn why you’re always tired (constant fight-or-flight behavior), how to “hit pause” to maximize your energy and accomplish more, and why what you say impacts how you behave. Then, using this science-based explanation for why you feel the way you do, Grace leads exercises that help you to unload your stress quickly, detox from worry and shut off your busy mind at night, beat distractions to find your focus, and feel more in control of your day. Learn and practice bite-sized breathing, as well as meditations and mindful movement exercises that help you to remain calm and centered no matter what is happening around you. Come away with renewed energy, practical resources and the ability to stay calm when stress threatens to spin you out of control.

Two-session workshop
Sat., 9 am-12:30 pm, Oct. 28, Nov. 4, 2017
Location: Room 186, Sturm Hall, DU campus

Grace Estripeaut is a stress management expert for corporations, executives, city officials and their teams. She is founder of Boost Your Zen, a unique company offering targeted stress reduction meditations in the workplace with a focus on boosting employee productivity, focus and wellbeing.
Course Details
Location: DU Main CampusMode of Study: In-personPlaces Left: 23Waitlist Places Left: 10Fee: $135


Days of the WeekStart DateEnd DateTimeVenueInstructor
Saturday28th October 20174th November 201709:00AM - 12:30PMSturm HallGraciela Estripeaut