The content of this session uses research of interpersonal neurobiology and social sciences to explain how our evolutionary experiences created what we call stress, and why is it a problem in a modern environment. It will include scientific exploration of evolutionary development of fear and anger as a tool to cope with extreme threats, and how to use this powerful energy to fuel positive outcomes.
I will use demonstrations of physical and neurological exercises that can release certain hormones to balance the states, and will show practical ways of using the body to control the mind, and other way around.
The aim of this session is to enable listeners to acquire deeper knowledge about the evolutionary history of stress, its physical effects on our body in a modern environment, and how this knowledge can be used in practical application to have better controls of our emotional and physical well-being.
For NLP practitioners and therapists that would mean being able to notice different physical signs of stress and guide clients to build resilience to stress, have better body and mind balance, and even use healthy levels of stress to fuel positive intentions.
For people in business and seeking personal transformations, this session would give basic skills to manage levels of stress and change some unhelpful habit of physical working environments, as well as coping tools, including physical postures to counteract effects of stress on the body.
Evelina Dzimanaviciute is a master NLP practitioner, Hypnotherapist and Change Management Coach, specialising in children’s psychology, mindfulness-based psychotherapy, CBT, and Interpersonal Neurobiology. Her practice incorporates yoga and mindfulness as tools to bring mind and body in balance.
Her work is dedicated to guiding individuals and organisations through changes to ensure positive transformations.