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Working Breath

Awareness + Breath = Change.

 

Working Breath Events

 

Stress and feelings of lost control in the workplace impact morale,

attendance and productivity while actually at work.

Employees can rarely impact the actual cause of external stressors.

But they can learn to manage their responses.

 

In my "Working Breath Events", I introduce the importance of awareness around the physical and emotional signs of increased stress or stimulation.

Participants learn about breath, a tool that breaks the cycle of increased stimulation and response.

 

These programs are not limited to the traditional "workplace" environment.  Anyone in the performing arts, sports, student leadership should consider any one of these programs for bringing enhanced awareness to your group.

 

Awareness plus breath equals change...

an equation that can work anywhere.

 

**Working Breath Event Options**

 

Presentation

Content on breath basics and a short breath experience.

Suggested Uses: orientation, group meetings

 

Workshop

Topic specific information, group/individual exercises and breath experiences.  These can be provided in a half day or full day format.

Suggested Uses:  team building, retreats

 

Series

Ongoing informational and experiential events.  Includes content and breath.

Suggested Uses: team building, continuing education, support during major times of stress and/or turnover

 

Breath-escapes™

15 minute individual sessions include assessment, compressed instruction and a seated breath experience.

Suggested Uses: group recognition, wellness fairs, retreats

 

To request a "Working Breath" information pack, simply click the link at the top right of this page. 

Be sure to include your name, title, company name and mailing address.

 

 

 

 

 

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David Allen

 

 

 

 

 

David Allen | david@breathworkworks.com | 443.844.7489

 

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