Life is like climbing a mountain. There are ebbs and flows, a need to take breaks, the possibility of getting lost, and striving to make it back down from the top safely.
In this workshop I share with you how years of international travel, and wandering through remote mountain terrain has taught me how to be resilient when times get tough. Resiliency builds coping strategies to adapt more comfortably to difficulties. Let’s build a mountain of resilience together.
- Enhance your emotional resilience by increasing self-awareness and harnessing your attention to enhance health, performance and relationships. Avoid thinking traps and recognize cognitive distortions, such as negative self-talk. Where negative thoughts exist, these can be challenged and replaced with more proactive and realistic, rational thinking patterns.
- Develop an open, aware and flexible mind-set to bring awareness of thought patterns and emotions.
- Improve your mental agility and better manage unhelpful thoughts and emotional reactions using the skill of mindfulness. Challenge your negativity biases, and focus on positive cognitive restructuring. By proactively identifying and appreciating the good things that occur each day, we can unlock positive emotions and look at ways they can grow them.
- Stop. Notice. Focus. – Mindfulness in action to integrate these skills into working and personal life. Learn to shut down counterproductive thought processes and facilitate better concentration on a current tasks.
- Skills session: climb a mountain resilience techniques. Mental Games to play with yourself in difficult times learn exercises that take the focus off unhelpful or irrational thought patterns by stimulating the mind elsewhere with short, little games.
- How to make it to the top and stay on top.
Join me on Saturday, April 25th at 9:00AM MST for a workshop on building your resilience. This workshop is FREE or you can donate a small amount. SIGN UP NOW
Stay safe my friends, am sending you love and health. Diana
About Diana – Owner of Your Adventure Rx
Ladies, if you thought you couldn’t do it, think again. If you hang out with us for too long you’ll start believing in yourself and leave knowing you can accomplish anything. Diana is an Adventurer, Certified Therapeutic Recreational Specialist (CTRS), worked as professional outdoor recreation educator for people with and without disabilities for the last 20 years, traveled to over 20 countries and is also certified in Wilderness First Aid. She climbed many mountain peaks, biked numerous trails and paddled all around the world.