• September 25, 2018
  • 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm
  • California Institute of Integral Studies
    1453 Mission Street
    San Francisco, CA 94103
Add to Calendar 09/25/2018 6:30 pm 09/25/2018 9:30 pm America/Los_Angeles How to Avoid Burnout How to Avoid Burnout, A Workshop with Kayleigh Martin California Institute of Integral Studies
1453 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
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The fall and winter months often bring the most stress, and many of us feel burnout is inevitable, but it doesn't have to be. Resilience to avoid burnout can be built by tuning into our own bodies.

Health and wellness coach Kayleigh Martin teaches you how to recognize the signs of overwhelm and how to build resilience by sensing the interrelationship between felt sense of the body, beliefs, and actions. When we understand how the body responds to stress or perceived threat, we can begin to shift our responses and harness our internal locus of control.

Walk away from this workshop knowing how to resource your personal strengths, purpose, and connection to refuel your body in real time.

Kayleigh Martin, MA is an embodied health and wellness coach, guided imagery practitioner, and 500-HR registered yoga teacher. She is the program director at the Mindfulness Care Center, where she facilitates the growth of public and corporate programs based on mindfulness education with a somatic-based approach. She also created and leads a class in the Mindfulness of Self-Care.

Kayleigh is a graduate of the Integrative Health Studies program at CIIS. For her thesis project, she created a 6-week program based on research supporting an embodied approach to recovering from professional burnout. Her work and teaching draw from Somatic Experiencing, mindfulness, and positive psychology. She is passionate about sustainable lifestyle change, and believes a compassionate, mindful, and body-centered approach to wellness can re-inspire connection and a flourishing life.

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