Tips for staying well at work

  • Tips for staying well at work

  • Course content:

    In this session you will learn some simple but effective yoga poses that you can do sitting at your desk. A great way to bring energy and focus back to the body and mind without reaching for a coffee! We will be looking at some essential oils that you can use for waking up the mind, to calming an anxious system to clearing away seasonal bugs in the office.  The session will end with a guided body scan which is an excellent way to leave the festival on a relaxed note.

    Techniques: Desk yoga, essential oils for reducing stress; Body scan

    Course tutor:

    Christina Sage

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    Date:  Time:  Campus:  
    Tuesday 29 January 2019 14.30 - 15.30 Headington 3 Tips for Staying well at Work (General session)
    Tuesday 29 January 2019 16.00 - 17.00    Headington 3 Tips for Staying Well at Work (General session)
    Wedesday 30 January 2019 12.30 - 13.30 Marston 3 Tips for Staying Well at Work (General session)
    Thursday 31 January 2019 10.00 - 11.00 Wheatley 3 Tips for Staying well at Work (General session)  
    Tuesday 5 February 2019 10.00 - 11.00 Harcourt Hill 3 Tips for Staying well at Work (General session)  
    Wednesday 6 May 2019 12.30 - 13.30 Headington 3 Tips for Staying well at Work (General session)  

     

     

    Date: Time:   Campus:  
    Wednesday 30 January 2019
    15.30 - 16.30
    TBC
    3 Tips for Staying well at Work (Dir/Fac session)   
    Tuesday 5 February 2019 2.30-3.30
    14.30 - 15.30  Headington 3 Tips for Staying well at Work (Dir/Fac session)  
    Wednesday 6 May 2019 TBC TBC 3 Tips for Staying well at Work (Dir/Fac session) 

     

    Christina Sage has over 25 years of experience teaching meditation, yoga and anxiety management.  For the past 8 years she has been specialising in the substance misuse and mental health rehabilitation field. She has been running 3 on going weekly mindfulness sessions for the past 5 years. She appreciates first-hand how these classes have provided her clients with essential life-changing tools to manage the many issues they encounter daily.

    Christina Sage BSc trained in MBSR at Bangor University, MBRP at The Centre for Addiction Studies at Bath University, in Structural Yoga Therapy at The Yoga Therapy Centre, London and in Cranio-Sacral Therapy at The College of Cranio-Sacral Therapy, London.

    Website: oxfordrecoverytherapies.com