Finding Calm in a Turbulent World

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It’s probably fair to say that most of us will have found recent months challenging and uncertain for a number of reasons. Having limited or no control is a well-known contributor to stress and feelings of anxiety. How we respond to stress will be different for each of us and is dependent on multiple factors, not just age and personality but also life-experience and current physical and mental health.

Our own personal experiences over the course of the last year or two have compelled us to consider many of the issues relating to stress and anxiety and to get serious about understanding the root causes. Our contribution to this widely discussed but often misunderstood area forms the content of our talk at Friargate Meeting House in York on Monday 4th March. Click here if you’re interested to know more about it.

~ Diminishing the effects of stress, anxiety and panic

We also wanted to take this opportunity to promote a free to attend event at Derwenthorpe on Sunday 3rd March. This is the first ever wellbeing event at Derwenthorpe and comprises an introductory yoga session, taster sessions (chiropractic and massage) and talks from locally based practitioners and educators. There will also be a pop-up farm shop selling organically grown and local produce as well as artisan bread. Please click here for further details.

Being Well at Derwenthorpe