Cool down with stress management seminar

Author teaches 'hot soup' analogy to dealing with life's stressors

Feel more relaxed, peaceful, energized and confident with powerful stress management solutions mastered at a seminar entitled, Cooling Down The Stress Soup, coming to Hope on Nov. 20.

The seminar will be conducted by author and international speaker Cameron Johnston, Stress Fitness Coach from the Silver Hills Lifestyle Centre in the Okanagan. The seminar will be held in the Fireside Room Hope Seventh-Day Adventist Church. Call 604-869-3667.

“Stress is a normal and enjoyable part of life,” says Johnston. “But unresolved, prolonged stress can become a killer. The latest research indicates that stress is a catalyst in many of the most dramatic killers of our day including heart disease and cancer.”

Using the analogy of cooling down hot soup, seminar participants learn how to cool down the negative effects of stress by controlling the stress response, thinning the soup with relaxation, stirring the soup with adequate physical activity and playing with the soup with a good sense of humor. Participants will become aware of any poisons in the soup like deep-seated stressors and learn how to resolve them.

The seminar is free but you must pre-register by calling 604-869-3667. Everyone is welcome.

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