Managing Stress Through Exercise Workshop

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Managing Stress Through Exercise Workshop

35.00

Sunday 10th June 13:30 - 15:00
Russ Harris, Head of SIX3NINE Education

 

About the workshop:

Stress shouldn’t be something we wear proud on your shirt like a badge. The modern day lifestyle is only becoming busier - it’s time to recalibrate your work/life balance and seamlessly integrate fitness into it. 

In this 90 minute workshop, Head of Education Russ Harris is going to show you how to use exercise as destress technique, rather than a stressor itself. Discover easy-to-implement methods, movements and drills to simultaneously reduce your stress levels and increase your fitness levels.

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Stategies for integrating fitness into your work/life balance

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Learn exactly what 'stress' is and how to avoid it

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Decrease your stress levels with exercsie

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Brand new workshop

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Led by Russ Harris MSc, Head of Education

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Mixture of theory and practical learning


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Suitable for those with high stress lifestyles.

Although we welcome all, this workshop is specifically tailored to those want to learn how to integrate fitness into their busy lives.
 

We understand plans change.

Refunds accepted up to 7 days before the event. Simply send an email to info@six3nine.com and we'll organise it for you.


About the trainer

Russ Harris, Head of Education

Although I believe fitness and personal training are art forms, underpinning that art with scientific evidence is at the heart of my core values as a trainer.

I help you understand the basics and make sense of the complex. I coach both personal trainers and those dedicated to improving their own fitness to learn new skills, and better yet - how to learn new skills. I develop your abilities and understanding of how and why so you can enjoy a healthier lifestyle.