Mindfulness & The Gut

Online Wellness Workshop

UTILISING A HOLISTIC APPROACH TO SOOTH

IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME AND OTHER GUT RELATED ISSUES  

APRIL IS IBS AWARENESS MONTH

Do you feel like you have a balloon in your stomach?

Have you ever woken up looking a few months pregnant? Feeling heavy? Fatigue? 

IBS - Irritable Bowel Syndrome affects 3 in 10 Australians! Some key symptoms include: abdominal pain, bloating, chronic diarrhoea and constipation. The impact of IBS can range from mild inconvenience to severe debilitation! STRESS can worsen or trigger symptoms. About 2 in 3 IBS sufferer are FEMALE! IBS affects people of ALL ages, even children. Worldwide it is estimated that 10-15% of the population has IBS. You are not alone! 

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Perfect timing to team up with Anger, Mind and STRESS Management Specialist Adrian Spear to bring you an ONLINE WELLNESS WORKSHOP FOR WOMEN who experience STRESS and the gut related physical symptoms! This course highlights the importance of a holistic approach to improving an individual’s gut health and overall wellness. 

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Through this course you will: 

Learn why and how our emotions impact the integrity of our gut barrier 

Learn to heal the gut barrier through food and mindfulness 

Understand the holistic approach to gut health

Practice relaxation, concentration and meditation techniques throughout the 4 week course 

Understand the difference between assertiveness and aggressiveness 

Learn to recognise signs of abusive behaviours and the different types of domestic violence. 

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You might think these topics are not related to Gut Health but they certainly are!

Yoga Group

4 sessions

Tuesdays 7pm - 8pm

Starting 20/04/2021

 

TOTAL: $120

(ONLY $30 per week!)

Learn and Practice 

 

Concentration

Relaxation

Meditation

Techniques to use in any given circumstance

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ONLINE WELLNESS WORKSHOP FOR WOMEN WHO EXPERIENCE STRESS

 

During primal times the fight or flight response was activated when faced with a life or death situation such as a beast that could kill us or we kill it... Nowadays, we switch into fight or flight mode when we can't find our keys, can't find our phone and forced to stop at a red light or get stopped behind someone trying to parallel or reverse park. When these things happen, usually our immediate response is to get ANGRY and panicked. We speed off as soon as we can! This releases cortisol throughout the body. 

Through this course learn the importance of using the parasympathetic nervous system as opposed to constantly running in fight or flight mode! Learn to recognise when you are getting ANGRY, Frustrated, Panicked and practise ceasing the emotions before they escalate! 

A Collaboration Between

Dietitian Kathy Ozakovic

and Counsellor Adrian Spear 

Learn about the relationship between Mindfulness and The Gut and how anger and resentment affect the gut barrier.

Learn to improve the integrity of the gut barrier through food and meditation techniques.  

Call: 0448 840 632

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THIS COURSE HIGHLIGHTS THE IMPORTANCE OF A HOLISTIC APPROACH TO IMPROVING AN INDIVIDUAL'S GUT HEALTH 

Women are all too familiar with these symptoms of stress: 

Headaches, Fatigue, Sleeplessness, Cold & Flu Symptoms, Heightened Anxiety, Rapid Heart Beat... All of which may be experienced when the kids are late for school and you can't find your keys, the school is calling to let you know xyz, work needs you to stay back, the car rego is due next week, the dishes haven't been put away, the laundry is piling up, the dog needs to go to the vet...

Even just reading that was stressful? 

What about your gut symptoms: poor digestion, acid reflux, bloating, new diagnosed food intolerances you're now dealing with too, irritable bowel syndrome, constipation, diarrhoea...

Gut Health symptoms may be due to stress! 

Adrian Spear

Anger, Mind & Stress Management Specialist

Everything is Mind Made 

Adrian believes that 90% of folks live at levels way below their capacities. Through training the mind, one can gain control over the body, over the emotions, over the external stressors and enhance productivity, performance, relationships, contentment, calmness and ultimately happiness

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CONNECT WITH EXPERTS AND HEAR FROM REAL PEOPLE 

SIGN UP TO THIS ONLINE WELLNESS WORKSHOP FOR WOMEN WHO EXPERIENCE STRESS TO:

Understand the relationship between Stress, Anger, Resentment and Gut Health

Learn and Practice Concentration, Relaxation and Meditation techniques to use in any circumstance 

Connect with Dietitian Kathy Ozakovic to help you manage you individualised gut health symptoms 

Connect with Anger, Mind and Stress Management Specialist Adrian Spear to help you gain control over external stressors 

Connect with real people with real stories about the effects of stress on the gut 

Amy Boatwright

Guest Speaker

The Domestic Violence Survivors Project is a holistic approach founded in 2020 by Amy Boatwright with the ultimate goal to make a real difference in the lives of those who are and who have experienced Domestic Violence. 

 

As a mother of 2 young children, having experienced Domestic Violence herself and leaky gut syndrome, Amy knows first hand how difficult this journey is. 

Learn about how Amy came to create the project, how you can help and where to go if you are experiencing DV. 

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GUEST SPEAKERS YOU WANT TO MEET! 

SIGN UP TO THIS ONLINE WELLNESS WORKSHOP TO MEET:

Amy Boatwright - founder of Domestic Violence Survivors Project, Mother, domestic violence survivor, experienced the gut health related physical symptoms of stress, leaky gut syndrome. Empowering women and men through the 4 step holistic approach to domestic violence survival and becoming a cycle breaker 

Cassandra Kalpaxis - Finalist of the Australia Law Awards 2020, Founder of Dispute Resolution Centre Australia and the 'Detox you Divorce Retreats' as seen on A Current Affair, Collaborative Family Lawyer, Daughter, Wife, Mother, Mediator, Author, Friend, Supporter  

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Cassandra Kalpaxis

Collaborative Family Lawyer, Founder and Director of Dispute Resolution Australia 

Cassandra will be highlighting the importance of mindfulness during during separation to achieve a collaborative and dignified divorce! Cassandra practices law differently. Firstly, aiming to keep you out of the court and secondly  using a holistic approach! Cassandra has a team of collaborative collective health practitioners she refers her clients onto to help them through their experience. 

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