You will learn

  • Valuable tools & skills to effectively manage change, uncertainty, worry & stress
  • How to determine your unique personal wellness score & use this tool to monitor your stress level
  • How to find more satisfaction in your work and home life
  • How the change→uncertainty→stress cycle impacts us
  • How to break free from the stress cycle
  • How to relax on-the-spot during stressful situations

Here’s what our clients are saying
about this workshop:

  • Very informative; easy to apply the information.
  • The information was relatable & broken up into manageable sections.
  • The workbook helped me apply the information I learned.
  • I learned a bit more about myself.
  • This material helped me learn ways to avoid selfsabotage.
  • Great material, exercises and research-backed information.
  • The workshop helped me identify the source of my stress, find solutions and take action to solve my problems.

All workshops are facilitated by Eleanor J. Frank, a Stress & Wellness Consultant certified by the Canadian Institute of
Stress & Hans Selye Foundation (internationally recognized leaders in the field of wellness and stress management. Dr. Hans Selye is the renowned medical scientist known as the “father of the stress field”).

“I’m not afraid of storms for I’m learning how to sail my ship.”

~ Louisa May Alcott, Author

Sample Workshop

We would be happy to discuss your unique needs and recommend a program that’s right for your organization.
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Success Not Stress Workshop

Do you:

  • Feel stressed with life’s changes and challenges?
  • Have sleep problems?
  • Feel worried about the future?
  • Feel overwhelmed?
  • Have too many things on your To Do list?
  • Have too little time for family, friends and fun?

Stress affects everyone…it’s a natural part of living. There are many sources of stress: life’s changes, uncertainties, our jobs, family dynamics, unresolved conflicts, financial pressures and the list goes on.

58% of Canadians report “overload” as a result of the pressures associated with work, home and family, friends, physical health, volunteer and community service.

Stress that is sustained for a prolonged period can lead to a myriad of debilitating illnesses if we don’t have the right coping skills.

Achieving a balance amongst personal, family and professional life commitments IS possible! At our workshop you will learn a practical, common sense approach to navigating through life’s inevitable curves.

Reenoo Workshops programs are based upon scientifically-informed and well-researched strategies that help clients harness stress and conflict and transform these potential liabilities into a valued asset. 
This workshop can be delivered on-site in your organization as a full day workshop or as a lunch and learn series.

The Stress Trajectory

Stress provides important benefits to us as humans.  It protects us from danger.  The adrenalin rush enables us to fight or withdraw from situations that threaten us.  Feeling stressed can be just the motivation we need to get things done.

So, stress is a good thing – as long as it has a beginning and an end to the real or perceived threat.  We call this Stage 1.

However, living in a chronic state of tension sends us into a predictable downward spiral (Stages 2 & 3).  Chronic stress robs us of our peace of mind and prevents us from achieving what matters most in our lives.  Chronic stress accounts for 50% of premature deaths.

Which symptoms are you experiencing?  Which stage of stress are you in?  What are you going to do about it?  

Start your stress management journey today!  You’re worth it!  You will be happy you did!  

Stage 1 – Mobilization of Energy

  1. Increased heart rate & blood pressure
  2. Rapid breathing
  3. Sweating
  4. Decreased digestion rate 

Stage 2 – Consumption of Energy

  1. Feeling driven & pressured
  2. Tiredness and fatigue
  3. “Self-medicating” with substances and activities
  4. Anxiety, memory loss
  5. Frequent colds and flu

Stage 3 – Draining of Energy Resources

  1. Heart disease
  2. Insomnia
  3. Errors in judgment
  4. Mental health issues