Breathe ... and Study Relaxed
As soon as you say you want to create some breathing space, you often find yourself emitting a deep sigh, as if your body is unconsciously giving permission for you to relax.
When we are under tension, we experience everything BUT breathing space. Think of that difficult exam or your approaching thesis deadline. Breathing space is precisely what can help you to focus, concentrate and sleep better.
Does this appeal to you? Then keep reading!
Peace and calm in your body,
less going on in your head
What is the relationship between stress, anxiety and breathing? Learn to listen to the signals your body is giving you and discover how to better cope with challenges and setbacks. What would it be like to experience more clarity and focus? Sleep better and prioritise?
During this workshop, you will learn how breathing, emotions, thoughts, tension and relaxation constantly influence each other. We will also go into recognising daily signals from your body and how to influence them during stressful situations.
This training is for students who:
- Experience continuous performance pressure;
- Always have the feeling they have to be ‘on’;
- Experience a feeling of unrest or anxiety;
- Have difficulty concentrating;
- Sleep poorly or struggle with fatigue;
- suffer from stress or are sensitive to stress.
|Group size||Max. 20 participants|
|Duration||a workshop of about 1,5 hours|
|Cost||Free of charge; offered by Student Training & Support|
Are you interested to join this course in the future (2023-2024), you can share your contact details by clicking 'Register here'. As soon as new details are published we will send you an e-mail.