Stress Management Workshops

Stress is an unavoidable part of our daily lives and now widely recognised to be potentially harmful to our health and wellbeing

We all have our own experiences of stress, but what actually is it? And how do we recognise if it is having a negative impact on us?

Our Stress Management Workshops explain the physiological effects of stress – what actually happens in your body when you experience it. Once this is understood, it becomes much easier to find ways of managing how it impacts your life and your overall wellbeing.

Our Team:

Workshops are delivered by our knowledgable, caring & inspiring Director – Gill Trevor. Click on the icon above to read Gill’s bio


At your premises in the Leeds area – we’ll just need a projector. They can be delivered to groups of employees or to your HR/Management teams


Up to 40minutes. They are often booked as part of wellbeing weeks or as part of staff training


Prices start at £350 per workshop. Please contact us with your requests and we will provide a full cost

Our Stress Management Workshops are practical, digestible and memorable:

In the sessions we will explore the effects of stress on the body’s systems and processes. We will also look at how to determine what ‘negative’ stress is and how to recognise the causes.

During the session we will demonstrate practical stress management techniques and talk attendees through them so they can experience their effect.

Our aim is to provide each attendee with a simple Stress Toolkit to help them manage their own stress in the future. Attendees are encouraged to ask questions relating to their own experiences of stress so that the sessions can be as helpful and relevant as possible.

We strive to empower your employees to make steps towards managing their own stress and wellbeing.

feel good : do good

For every £10 you spend with us, £4 goes towards funding treatments for local people with chronic mental & physical health issues who couldn’t normally afford this support.

Additional workshops cover issues associated with stress as follows:

Sleep and stress – why is it important to get an uninterrupted 6 to 8 hours of sleep per night? How does stress impact upon sleep and why does this cause health and wellbeing issues such as cancer and chronic health problems.

Diet and stress – can you really eat yourself well? How does diet effect your body’s ability to deal with stress and what are the best foods to eat or avoid when you are stressed.

If you have specific topics you’d like us to explore, please let us know when you make your enquiry.