Stress : how to tame it in equine coaching approach

STRESS : HOW TO TAME IT?

  • Does stress affect the way you communicate?
    – With horses you identify how to communicate clearly despite the stressful situation
  • Are you afraid of losing control in unexpected situations?
    – With horses you apprehend the events calmly without losing your focus

Training aims

This training aims to provide concrete stress management tools based on the latest discoveries in neuroscience, and essentially the mental modes management.

Understanding how stress works, what its causes, the symptoms it causes help to feel at ease with it. Taming it is useful to identify for yourself your personal level of stress and  what trigger it. The training will focus on these aspects as well as practical stress management techniques on physical, mental and emotional levels.

Each participant will leave with a concrete individual action plan according to their professional situation.

Practical terms and target audience

Prerequisites: None

Duration: 1 day

Number of participants: 6

For anyone wishing to improve their stress resistance in their professional setting

I needed something different to get a real change concerning my needs. Following the advice of a colleague I embarked on the adventure of equine coaching.
And I must say that the result exceeded my expectations.
After the sessions I had with Florentine and Liberty I am serene and centered again. I am more comfortable in my professional environment and happier in my personal life, the benefits are immense and the world belongs to me again.
The time with Florentine or Liberty goes in a flash.
The support provided by Florentine, in the form of a more “traditional” coaching is fine, focused and benevolent. Florentine opened me to new concepts that I use now regularly.
Liberty and the horses are just amazing. I experienced moments of wonder with Liberty while learning, thanks to her, what I could accomplish, how I felt and what my emotions were projecting.

Cécile Roussel • HR Business Partner • April 2017