Bypassing Burnout Retreat Day
In this five hour "retreat day," participants will discover on-the-spot strategies, mid-length strategies, and long-term strategies for building strength in relationship to stressors.
This three-tiered approach will be especially effective for those whose work is more analogous to a marathon than a sprint, such as professionals in service work or in the non profit sector.
Using an instructional workbook, each participant will explore techniques that can be personally effective in real life, and create an individualized action plan to take home.
Since life stressors are varied in nature, and come from all directions, a multi-tiered plan is necessary to navigate around the multi-layered nature of burning out to reach a place of personal strength.
Our day starts at 11:30am with mindfully eating lunch. (Lunch will be provided.) In addition, this workshop will include lectures, Q&A, a short meditation and an "at your desk" style stretching/yoga routine.
Title: Bypassing Burnout: Building Stress Reduction and Resiliency Skills
Instructor: Gena Bean
Co-Presented by: The Mel King Institute and Mindful Boston
Time: 5 Hours – 11:30am to 4:30pm
Date: Friday, November 3, 2017
Location: Boston, Financial District, near the South Station train station.
Tuition Fee: $150. Includes lunch and a workbook. There are a limited number of spots at a lower tuition rate for nonprofit organizations and individuals with budget concerns.
Picture: (at the top of this page)Participants at a Mindful Boston lecture, downtown Boston.