HeartMath Group Training

Transforming Stress into Resilience – Next Workshop TBC

HeartMath® is a comprehensive set of highly effective, practical solutions for reducing stress, anxiety, sleeplessness, and increasing resilience and performance.

This practical skill-building workshop presents HeartMath research on the physiology of stress and performance and teaches the scientifically-validated tools and technology to successfully manage stress and maintain balance and clarity while meeting the daily challenges of work. Participants leave the program with simple and practical tools that can be used in real-time and with personal experience to validate their effectiveness.

Core to the programme’s effectiveness is the utilisation of the emWave® technologies to provide real-time participant feedback on their progress and success in using the tools and techniques learnt.

During this workshop you will:

  • Understand the physiology of stress and performance, and learn how to prevent stress before it happens.
  • Understand the underpinning science of the HeartMath system of tools and technologies
  • Increase performance, emotional clarity and resilience with scientifically proven methods that will enable you to see through problems in a calm and effective manner, while creating a greater sense of well-being.
  • Build capacity to be flexible in the face of change and prepare for challenging situations
  • Discover a new physiological and emotional baseline for increased health, well-being and effectiveness.
  • Learn how to manage your emotions and expand your coping skills through the use of the emWave Personal stress reliever – a handheld interactive device, small enough to fit in your purse or pocket. The EmWave  enables you to recognise the effects of stress on your body and then provides an effective solution for reducing stress and sustaining the right frame of mind anytime, anywhere.

Next workshop – TBC



” The background physiology and the science underpinning [HeartMath] are absolutely sound, which is why we went ahead with pilot studies at Shell. Seeing a self-induced change in their own heart rhythms impressed the company’s otherwise skeptical engineers.”

Dr. Graham Bridgewood, Chief Medical Officer, Shell International