Health and Well-Being coaching for Education

Health and Well-Being coaching for Education

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What we do

Academic education can be stressful for many reasons – exam stress, peer pressure and physical, hormonal and general life changes to name but a few.

Wellness for Life’s Health and Well-being programmes for education support and enhance learning by equipping students with the necessary life skills to cope during challenging and transitional times in their academic lives.

Our 360-degree approach to well-being focuses on the connection between social and emotional health and physical and mental health. We believe that learning to eat healthily and re-energise by improving sleep quality provides the brain and body with maximum energy. Developing a healthy relationship and attitude towards stress and learning how to harness it, can optimise academic performance.

Understanding how to practice self-care, set healthy boundaries and be kind towards oneself and others, are just some of the skills we share throughout our coaching.

How we do it

Our experienced coaches are trained to design and deliver physical stress release programmes and exercises that strengthen neural pathways in the brain. Our training is based on the principles of Positive Psychology, Neuroscience, Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. We break these down into digestible and practical strategies, that can help both students and teachers to create optimum health.

How you benefit

Adopting an integrated approach to wellness is integral to the development of well-rounded students and teachers. Our coaching helps to:

  • Nurture psychological and emotional well-being within education
  • Manage anxiety and depression
  • Develop the ability to cope with academic pressures
  • Create joy in learning and transform failure into success
  • Cultivate optimum mental and physical health and postural alignment
  • Improve social relationships with peers and family
  • Build self-esteem, confidence and develop a healthy self-image