for your workplace
"I left not only feeling powerfully connected to myself and those around me, but actively empowered to make positive changes to improve my life"
- Rachel, previous participant
Resilience is the ability to grow through what you go through
It's the key to taking feedback well, getting back up after a challenge and trying again
When we talk about resilience, we must look at ways of cultivating it from within (through self love practices);
exploring mindset first, then creating sustainable actions from that solid base.
Here is what self love practices can do for your employees and workplace:
An increased ability to self-reflect and recognise what is happening within you
Avoiding burn out and preserving energy through effective prioritising - knowing when and how to say no
Increased ability to take feedback at face value and work to improve, not taking it personally
A more mentally healthy work environment, leading to
higher retention rates
and better quality work
What is a resilience workshop?
It's a space to explore your inner world in a safe container, learning more about how you work in order to move forward and be your best self.
Everyone is encouraged to participate only as much as they feel able to - boundaries are respected and celebrated.
In these workshops, participants are taught bases for cultivating deep roots of resilience within themselves through:
Learning from others' experiences
What others have said
Sarah challenged us compassionately to sit with elements that felt uncomfortable.
The range of exercises was excellent and very helpful and useful.
Belinda, previous participant
Sarah led us through a beautiful reflective and explorative journey, encouraging us to think deeply about
our sense of self.
The workshop was curious, open-minded and relaxed, and Sarah's facilitation was calm, containing and grounding.
Stephanie, previous participant
Group dynamic was lovely – everyone felt open, non-judgemental and supportive. The final meditation was empowering and something I would like to incorporate into my own practice
Jamie, previous participant