The Endorphin Effect is a mindfulness technique which can be used simply to relieve stress and depression, and also at deeper levels to identify ‘energetic body armour’ – areas where stress and strain has been stored in the physical body.
It works by triggering endorphins, which are the body’s natural miracle hormones. Endorphins relax tissue, remove pain and create the physical sensations of wellbeing. It is a way of moving out of a stress response and into a relaxation response.
Created by renowned holistic teacher William Bloom, the Endorphin Effect teaches techniques which can improve your physical and psychological health. Once you have learnt the Endorphin Effect techniques, they can be used at home and at work.
Using the Endorphin Effect can help you to:
• Build good health
• Increase vitality and wellbeing
• Control stress and increase relaxation
• Improve relationships at home and at work
• Build confidence and self-esteem
• Develop emotional intelligence and interpersonal skills
• Establish clear boundaries
• Create a positive outlook and boost your enjoyment of life
• Enhance performance in all areas of your life
I run a range of workshops on the Endorphin Effect, and am also very happy to work with people in one-to-one coaching sessions. Whatever the format, the basic techniques are easy to learn, and powerful to use. I can recommend it as a practical way to relax, to give yourself quiet space, and to collect ‘positive triggers’ to have around you which will help you to react positively under pressure.
NOTE: An Endorphin Effect Coach does not diagnose medical problems, nor do the techniques learned using the Endorphin Effect replace the need for medical attention or substitute for psychological counselling.
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