wingwave "Work-Health Balance" coaching familiarises you with methods from behaviour psychology that enhance your health and wellbeing through stress management, relaxation and creative performance.
The principle of the "wingwave effect" applies here too: minimal self-coaching commitment for maximum benefit at just the right moment.
The coaching offers modern self-coaching methods for a daily activity-relaxation balance.
Want to reduce stress, be calm and stable inside and feel regularly full of energy in a way that has an impact? And would you be happy if you didn’t have to invest any additional time in your day-to-day - after participating in coaching - to benefit from this effect? With wingwave coaching you can simply allow relaxation and stress reduction to become a part of your day, without spending additional time on it. This is useful for anyone who wishes to link work and leisure with a good feeling about life on a day-to-day basis and enjoys using tech like apps, tablets, and music-playing devices.
wingwave coaching supports work-health balance, not just work-life balance, as this would mean that we could only truly start living after we left work. But we can also shape and experience our day-to-day activities in a way that allows us not just to power through all our energy in a one-sided way, but to learn how to combine energy and relaxation with what we do. And without needless fatigue, our free time becomes a lot more pleasant, too.
Every topic brings relaxation, stability and creativity into your day-to-day, leading to an effective ‘stress immunisation’. The wingwave coaching topics are as follows:
Each unit is practised in 90 minutes in a group of no more than 15. If more people are taking part, the coach works with assistants who are trained in wingwave coaching.
Coaching either takes place through several group meetings or a two-day intensive event. Coaching in the eight individual modules is also available by request - for example, through businesses.
You can download Matthias Laatsch’s Friendly Eye Mover here. This helps you relax. The Work-Health-Balance book will explain just how.