How to reduce stress and anxiety

We all have stresses and strains no matter who we are, what we do and how often we ‘OM’ or not!

I am delighted to be co-hosting a second Stress Management Workshop with Aimee, Aly and Sian on 27 November 2016. This time we will be focusing on the importance of diet/nutrition and improving your well-being with exercise, rest, relaxation and how to get a better night’s sleep. Details below:

Stress Management Workshop – 27 November 2016 2pm-5pm

Following the success of our Stress Management Workshop on 25 September 2016, Massage Therapy Rooms by Aimee and Renewed You Yoga warmly invite you to attend our second Workshop on Sunday 27 November 2016 from 2pm-5pm.

Tickets are £25.

During this relaxing and informative afternoon event, you will be guided through a selection of holistic therapy taster sessions including restorative yoga, massage therapy, reflexology and mindfulness practices. Join us in an interactive seminar discussing how to reduce and manage stress through four key areas – exercise, diet/nutrition, sleep and relaxation. There will be three short talks on nutrition, yoga and Ayurveda, and organic nutritional remedies, followed by a round table discussion on sleep and rest, ending with a guided group meditation. You’ll also receive well-being tips with tea and tasty nutritional treats.

Stress affects us all – whatever age we are, whatever our occupation, male or female, and whether we already suffer from physical or mental health conditions. Stress manifests itself in all sorts of ways – you may suffer from headaches, sore eyes, high blood pressure, weight gain, tiredness, sleeping problems and insomnia, depression, tight and sore muscles, or many other physical and emotional symptoms.

We look forward to offering you another chance to relax with us for the afternoon and provide you with new and alternative ideas to help heal and soothe your body and mind to reduce and perhaps even eliminate some of the symptoms of stress and anxiety.

Workshop Itinerary

1:45 Registration at the Argyle Tennis Club

2:00 Welcome and Introductions

2:15-3:00 Taster session of either: (1) Restorative Yoga (2) Indian Head Massage (3) Reflexology
(4) Mindfulness Practice

3.00-3:30 Interactive talks (served with tea and treats) on (i) nutrition, (ii) Ayurveda, and (iii) organic nutritional remedies and their role in helping to alleviate symptoms of stress

3:30-4:15 Taster session of either: (1) Restorative Yoga (2) Indian Head Massage (3) Reflexology
(4) Mindfulness Practice

4:15-4:30 Break

4:30-4:45 Q&A with our Holistic Therapists – including practical tips to improve sleep and rest.

4:45-5:00 Guided group meditation

5:00 Close

Tickets and how to book

Spaces for this event are limited to 20 people. Each ticket is £25 payable in full in advance.
Please contact Liz at or on 07734180488 to book your place.

Your ticket entitles you to one 45 minute Restorative Yoga session with Liz and either one of the following:

A) 15 minute Taster Indian Head Massage with Aimee; or
B) 15 minute Taster Reflexology session with Aly; or
C) 20 minute Mindfulness session (in small groups) with Sian.

Please provide us with your order of preference of ‘A- Massage’, ‘B-Reflexology’ and ‘C-Mindfulness’ when booking your place with us. Preferences cannot be guaranteed and will depend on availability when paying your deposit as these sessions will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis.

Where are we?

We will be hosting this Stress Management Workshop at the Argyle Tennis Club, Argyle Road, Southport, PR9 9LH (Parking is available on site).

Working together, Aimée Leighton (Massage Therapy Rooms, by Aimée), and Liz Goulder (Renewed You Yoga), alongside Sian Parry (Mindfulness with Sian, Mindful, Kindful Living) and Aly Linaker (Holistic Therapist) look forward to meeting you and sharing tips, advice and practical techniques on how to improve your health and wellbeing.

Reviews from our Stress Management Workshop on 25 September 2016

“Thank you ladies for a gorgeous, relaxing afternoon of holistic therapies and delicious sweet treats. I learned a lot and feel positive having new strategies and treatments I can try”.

“An insightful and well paced workshop offering wonderful tips and techniques to help quiet a busy mind and enjoy life’s joys a bit more instead of focussing on the stresses.”

“An extremely enjoyable, useful and informative afternoon.”

“Highly recommend, very welcoming, everyone involved has been understanding and very compassionate. Restorative Yoga with Liz has made me feel very relaxed and stress free.”

“A really informative as well as informal relaxed environment to taste and try out different therapies. Lovely atmosphere created with candles, music, healthy drinks and snacks.”

“An amazing afternoon focusing on ‘me’. Thank you. I thoroughly enjoyed the workshop ”

“Highly recommend; all involved extremely kind and compassionate. Recommend the Indian Head Massage and Restorative Yoga for stress management. I felt very relaxed. Meditation and mindfulness practice was an excellent closing point.”

“This was my first workshop but hopefully one of many. In this hurried world it gave me time to meditate on life, yourself and so full of harmony”.

“Great event! Enjoyed the yoga session – very calming and enjoyed gaining more insight into mindfulness. Thank you all”.

Author: renewedyouyoga

Liz is a 785 hour qualified Hatha yoga, nāda yoga (yoga of sound), & pregnancy yoga teacher. Liz was a practising Solicitor in London before the opportunity to travel in 2015 took her to India and S E Asia for 6 months where she explored and deepened her yoga and meditation practice. She initially qualified with Akhanda Yoga in Rishikesh and since October 2017 has been travelling, studying and deepening her spiritual connection again in India, and S E Asia. Liz has been following the Bhakti path - a calling from her heart and the Divine Feminine. Liz is a strong advocate for the healing power of vocal sound yoga and the devotional practice of Kīrtan and chanting. She believes sound allows us all to soften into our true loving self, and from a place of self love and connection, we can all benefit the World.

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