Succeed while taking care of yourself
Our state of being (mental, emotional and physical) determines our ability to perceive and act wisely. It directly affects performance and impacts everyone around us – our collaborators, colleagues, clients and partners.
We cannot change our state of being withour mind alone. Saying to oneself “stay calm”, in a meeting is simply not enough to change the state of someone who has been triggered and is prey to the toxic hormonal mix that affects neuronal connections and shuts down access to entire areas of the neo-cortical brain.
“The way we sit and stand affects the way we think and speak”, says teacher Wendy Palmer.
Embodiment practices, starting with the way we sit, stand and move are the most direct way to change our state and access flow. Your body is the key to well-being, short and long term performance.
At the Presence & Leadership Institute you will learn how to use your body and its many resources more skillfully at work and in everyday life.