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Feel Better Now: A Peak Stress Release Experience with Robert Wright, PhD, COFT (TSD, '13)

May  29, 2014
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm

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Dr. Robert Wright, Jr.
 

Feel Better Now: A Peak Stress Release Experience with Robert Wright, PhD, COFT (TSD, '13)

Lecture sponsored by the Alumni University Lecture Series

The ability to relax deeply at will is a highly desired state of well-being with many health benefits including reduced levels of stress, anxiety and physical pain. Come experience an effortless release of your bodily tensions, stress, and anxiety, and learn how you can regularly give yourself the ultimate gift of self-care by relaxing at very deep levels. Being deeply relaxed helps you to hit your “sweet spot” where you feel euphoric, centered, and blissfully joyful.

This workshop will provide a brief overview of the theory behind the Stress-Anxiety-Physical Pain equation as well as a Scale and Checklist of questions to assess and rate your current levels of stress, anxiety, and physical pain. You will be guided through a series of practical experiential exercises that use your creative imagination to re-direct your attention, dissolving your stress, anxiety and physical pain. You will leave feeling refreshed and renewed, with new attentional skills that can be incorporated into your daily routine.

Robert Wright, Jr., Ph.D., COFT (TSD, '13) is an author, speaker, and Stress Management Wellness Coach. His passionate goal is translating the significance and implications of scholarly stress and nitric oxide spiking research into language and practical techniques which can improve the healthy well-being of the general public. Dr. Wright's most recent eBook is entitled Orgasmic Relaxation: Unleash The Power Of Your Mind To Relax Using The Tension Relieving Technique, and he is the author of the forthcoming book entitled Orgasmic Relaxation: Finding Your Sweet Spot Using The Brain Plasticity Enhancement Technique.

CIIS Main Campus 1453 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94103, Room TBD

 
 

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