Master Discovery ๑ Four Sessions on a Burnout
Burnout seems to have become a mass phenomenon, receiving constant media attention. More and more people are missing work due to burnout. In Amsterdam, one out of 5 employees are suffering from burnout complaints
You don't wake up one morning and all of a sudden "have burnout." Its nature is much more insidious, creeping up on us over time like a slow leak, which makes it much harder to recognize. Still, our bodies and minds do give us warnings, and if you know what to look for, you can recognize it before it's too late.
Burnout is considered to have a wide range of symptoms. There is no general agreement about which of those are part of burnout and which are not.
A stressful lifestyle can put people under extreme pressure, to the point that they feel exhausted, empty, burned out, and unable to cope.
There are three main areas of symptoms that are considered to be signs of burnout:
1. SIGNS OF PHYSICAL AND EMOTIONAL EXHAUSTION
Such as chronic fatigue, insomnia, forgetfulness, impaired concentration and attention. Physical symptoms; such as chest pain, shortness of breath, dizziness, fainting or headaches. Increased illness, loss of appetite, anxiety, depression and anger.
2. SIGNS OF CYNICISM AND DETACHMENT
Such as loss of enjoyment, increased pessimism, isolation and detachment.
3. SIGNS OF INEFFECTIVENESS AND LACK OF ACCOMPLISHMENT
Such as feelings of apathy and hopelessness. Increased irritability. Lack of productivity and poor performance.
If you are experiencing some of these symptoms, this should be a wake-up call that you may be on the path towards a burnout. Take some time to honestly assess the amount of stress in your life and find ways to reduce it before it's too late. Burnout isn't like the flu; it doesn't go away after a few weeks unless you make some changes in your life. And as hard as that may seem, it's the smartest thing to do because making a few little changes now will keep you in the race with a lot of gas to get you across the finish line.
HISTORY OF BURNOUT
The term “burnout” was coined in the 1970s by the American psychologist Herbert Freudenberger. He used it to describe the consequences of severe stress and high ideals in “helping” professions. Doctors and nurses, for example, who sacrifice themselves for others, would often end up being “burned out” – exhausted, listless, and unable to cope. Nowadays, the term is not only used for these helping professions, or for the dark side of self-sacrifice. It seems it can affect anyone, from stressed-out careerists and celebrities to overworked employees and homemakers.
AGENDA // FOUR INTERACTIVE GROUP SESSIONS
» Releasing Stress and Tension with Breath Work & Meditation - with practical tips that helped Ramon through his burnout // Thursday February 7th, 20:00-21:30
» Interactive Talk & Coaching Session - with practical tips that helped Annelies through her burnout // Thursday February 14th, 20:00-21:30
» The Right Nutrition During Extreme Stress and How To Prevent Nutrition Depletion with Orthomolecular Therapist Ernst // Thursday February 21st, 20:00-21:30
» Relax and Restore - An Interactive Yin Yoga class - with practical tips that helped Alicia through her burnout // Thursday, February 28th, 20:00-21:30
ABOUT THE FACILITATORS
About Annelies Vette - Certified Mindfulness Teacher and Coach
Annelies (1979) suffered from a burn-out and thought she would never function normal again. She has a background in Human Resources and Law and worked for more than ten years in the corporate world in the financial and banking industry. She is an experienced coach and is trained in mindset coaching, releasing (emotional) trauma, mindfulness and has extensive knowledge of stress and releasing it.
About Ramon Kinkel - Certified Yoga Instructor
Years ago, after a double burnout, on his search for a healthier and more balanced life, Ramon found the path of yoga. He noticed the positive impact yoga and meditation had on his life and began to deepen his knowledge of yoga. While traveling through South-East Asia together with a yoga teacher, Ramon was so inspired he decided to travel to India to pursue his yogic passions. Currently, Ramon is here at The Conscious Club with hopes to spread his knowledge with love and joy. His goal is to allow his students to leave his class stronger, more flexible, and most importantly, free from any tensions or stress. His classes include traditional Hatha yoga Asana, Pranayama (yogic breathing exercises) and meditation.
About Ernst Den Hertog - Physical Therapist & Orthomolecular Therapist
Ernst is a holistic physical and orthomolecular therapist. He is as interested in health (care) and prevention as in the individual way with which people perceive their own health. Giving insight in how your body works and explaining the physiology of healing, brings out the best in him. By adding aspects like sense of purpose and looking at stress in a beneficial way, he makes his work valuable to both his clients and himself.
“Treat the person, not the complaint and look beyond the symptoms to find the cause, then you’ll know where to look for solutions!”
About Alicia Ingruber - Certified Yoga Instructor
Alicia is a certified Vinyasa, Core Flow, Yin and Hiit Yoga Teacher. Yoga was first introduced to Alicia in a doctor’s office in Australia. At 17 years old, she had just moved back to her home country and was going through a difficult time. The heartbreak of leaving behind her life overseas and the stress of trying to fit into a new school cause her to develop chronic pain. Her doctor prescribed yoga but the only class that was available in her area was a Body Balance class at the local gym – a mix of Yoga, Pilates, and Thai Chi. It was challenging but she knew she needed more of it, which led her to explore other forms of exercise and feel the empowerment of movement as medicine. Yoga then became a central part of her life, helping her build confidence, nurture her sense of self-love and heal her through heartbreak and burnout. Alicia firmly believes that yoga is for everyone, it’s just about finding the style and teacher that resonates best with you.
Facilitators: Ramon Kinkel, Annelies Vette, Ernst Den Hertog, Alicia Ingruber
Location: The Conscious Club - Lauriergracht 142, Amsterdam
Price: Single Class €15,50 // Available with your 10-ride pass, 5-ride pass and New Member Introduction Card. For Onefit card members we have very limited spots available.
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