Working with our instincts to improve resilience

Working with our instincts to improve resilience

As humans, we have instinctive responses to the world around us. Instinct describes the way people and animals naturally react and behave. These instinctive responses are automatic, and don’t require us to think or intentionally learn from experiences. At work, we may...

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Biting down on COVID stress

Biting down on COVID stress

Somatic tools help ease the tension  As COVID wears on, how are your teeth? Has your jaw been sore? Maybe your dentist or hygienist asked if you’re grinding your teeth. If so, you’re not alone. Actually, you’re in good company. Most people have no idea they’re...

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I’m not taking it personally, but my body sure is!

He just shouted at you, and you feel like you can't take any more pressure. You're sick of feeling so much stress. It's probably not hard to imagine this situation, or multiple other versions of it. Knowing your stressed-out client has a lot on his mind does nothing...

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Designing the right training for your team

You might be a manager, a human resources consultant or team leader looking for fresh professional development and training to offer your team. Perhaps your employees prepare for high stakes presentations, pitches to potential clients or deliver oral submissions. Or...

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About Shayna

Shayna Hornstein is a Vancouver-based trainer, coach and therapist with 20+ years of combined education, research and professional practice in workplace health and safety, as well as treating people with chronic illness.

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