Cultivating Resilience Wellness Weekend Retreat
February 4, 2022
Learn to manage stress and build resilience.
Every human being experiences adversity, stress, challenge and loss. Chronic stress and adversity lead to burnout, emotional exhaustion, and compassion fatigue. While we can't eliminate stress from our lives, we can enhance our capacity to prepare for, adapt to, and recover from stress and adversity.
Resilience is the ability to adapt to new challenges, manage stress, and recover from adversity.
While resilience may seem like an inborn trait, the fortunate reality is that resilience is a set of skills that can be cultivated. Join Annie Barrett for a weekend of resilience practices. In this weekend retreat, you'll learn about the physiology of stress and gain effective strategies for alleviating stress and restoring your physical, mental and emotional wellbeing through a variety of practices and activities including mindfulness, self-compassion, breath work, yoga, meditation, and guided relaxation.
The Physiology of Stress
Learn the science behind how your brain and body process stress and adversity and gain effective ways to work with your mind and body to better manage stress.
Preventing, Managing and Recovering from Compassion Fatigue and Burnout
Chronic stress and adversity can lead to compassion fatigue and burnout for caregivers and workers. Recognize the triggers and gain strategies for recovering wellbeing.
Mindfulness and Meditation Practices
Learn techniques for mindfulness, meditation and self-compassion, all of which are evidence-based ways to relieve stress and restore the body and mind.
Enjoy daily gentle yoga sessions designed to help your body and mind relax deeply and return to equilibrium.
Explore a toolbox of ways to alleviate stress, calm the anxious mind, and soothe sadness and make a plan for building self-care into your daily life