FREE Monthly 30 minute Positive Pyjama Chats
A Nurturing Community: helping You and Your Family Stay
Sane, Happy and Healthy at Home!
Are you struggling at home? Feeling alone, and disconnected? Depressed? Or crowded with everyone at home and slowly going insane?
In this challenging period of social distancing, “Positive Pyjama Chats” is a FREE, on-line Nurturing Community, focused on helping You and your family to stay Sane, Happy and Healthy at Home.
Join us on the First Wednesday morning of the month, at 9.30am (Aust EDT – GMT+10) in the comfort of your own home.
Inside our Positive Pyjama Chats You’ll Find:
- Connection and Community, as we all come together to positively support and nurture through this challenging period of social or physical distancing.
- Simple, everyday ideas to step through your fear or anxiety, into sanity. Putting you back in charge, so you can find your own inner calm, for yourself and your family,
So all of us can all stay sane, happy and healthy at home!
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We chat about the tough times when the Reality Gap feels massive, and our ability to focus on things that we actually do have power over feels much more challenging than usual.
In the Chat, we look at what we can do to re-center ourselves and regain our happiness when we get slapped in the face by Reality.
Listen to the tips at the beginning or link into the Positive Pyjama Chat Community and get access to the whole Chat, where you’ll discover hints from your Positive Pyjama friends as well.
Tap into this Chat to help you be your happiest, healthiest self.
We look forward to seeing you at our next Chat, live!
– Why Shoulder Pain is so common?
– Why can it take so long to heal?
– What exercises we can do for ourselves, at home, to support shoulders?
Today we are focused not only on our ability to respond but the timing and priorities for our responses. Making sure we have our highest priorities, our “big rocks” met, and sorted, so that we can keep our sanity and stay happy and healthy at home.
What type of meditation is best for me?
Can I meditate in the train when it’s so noisy?
Did you know that 50-75% of people aged 18 to 65 have had a headache in the last 12 months?!
Up to 4% of people around the world suffer headaches for 15 days out of EVERY month!
Are you one?
– Why are Headaches so common?
– When should I see a professional therapist and How can they help me?
– What can we do for ourselves, at home, to support, reduce and minimise headache pain?
Which people are you surrounding yourself with and how is that impacting you?
That’s why I’ve created this talk, on focusing on outcomes we want to create, for different roles that we play in our lives. To broaden our perspective, stay focused in the now so that we can remain present and grateful for what we already have, rather than falling into the trap of always wanting more and not having or being enough already.
1. What persistent pain actually is
2. In what ways the level of pain that we fee is connected to our frame of mind
3. Is there a difference between the sensation of pain and our perception of it?
4. How can that help us to remain in charge of our emotions and relieving our pain?
5. In what ways can Lifestyle factors contribute to relieving our pain?
6. How can Biopsychosocial (Biological, Psychological and Social) factors impact the level of pain we feel?
7. How important is staying positive and happy, in relieving our pain?
8. What can people do at home, for themselves, to help relieve their pain?
– movement and exercise