After 2 years of planning and development, we have just run our first Halcyon Life Wellbeing & Resilience Programme. Our programme provides personalised advice on diet, exercise, stress management and sleep, as well as taster sessions of complementary therapies, a yoga class and a guest speaker. On this occasion the truly inspirational Olympic medallist and double world champion rower, Sarah Winckless was our guest.
I expected our delegates to enjoy the programme, which they did. And of course I expected them to benefit from our advice. But I was blown away by their comments at the end of the 2 days:
“All of the presenters were not only extremely informative but also inspirational in their knowledge, ideas and suggestions. I learned more about what I can achieve with a few small life adjustments in these two days than I have in several years of business!” Justin Madgwick, Director and Group Chief Operating Officer, The ISP Group.
“The two days were amazing and a real insight into well-being and resilience. The team were very passionate about what they do. I felt motivated and inspired to become a healthier person and it is mine to control and for me to own” Sunita Kang, Senior Payment Specialist, Visa Europe.
“Brilliant multi-dimensional course which gives an intense, well-rounded set of advice, skills and understanding for combatting stress and moving towards greatly improved well-being. Very personal and engaging but still done in an honest, upfront style allowing you to find the approach suited to you”. James Tallentire, Student, Sheffield University
Even more importantly, all of our delegates have reported improvements in their chosen areas of their health and wellbeing just a few weeks after the programme.
We support all of our delegates for 8 weeks after the programme, which will continue until December 20th. With their permission, I will come back and tell you about the benefits they have experienced as a result of attending our programme, setting their own goals, and sticking to their plan for just a couple of months.
Our next programme will be running in February 2019. If you have noticed the effects of stress and our modern lifestyles on your health and wellbeing and would like to attend, please let me know.