Like sleep, rest is a biological need – a process for restoration and rebuilding. But unlike sleep, rest is an active process that helps create rhythm in our lives and keeps us focused and motivated.

Rest comes in various guises. Social rest means using the power of social connectedness to relax and rejuvenate. Spiritual rest is the practice of connecting with things larger and greater than ourselves, providing fellowship and meaning. Physical rest focuses on the body and its simplest physiological processes, providing calmness, relaxation, and mental alertness – all-around improved physical and mental health.

Join us for a session where we introduce techniques and practices to rest the body and mind. We will help you understand what rest method is most suitable for you and recognise when you need more passive versus active rest to increase your stamina. 

Your people will learn:

  • Understand why sleep is key but sometimes not enough to support your rest
  • Learn different ways of rest to enhance your recovery
  • Explore how you can add more rest to your day
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Feel Good can immerse your people in this topic either as a single session or as a behaviour change programme.

  • In-office Workshop
  • Virtual Workshop


We can cater for any audience type, from Senior Leaders to employees and HR teams.

  • Employees

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