In support of Mental Health, Corporate Protection recently held a special session organised in collaboration with Dawn Edwards a Health and Wellness Coach. This session focused on mental health awareness providing strategies for dealing with stress effectively.
This session marked a significant step forward, underscoring our dedication to placing the well-being of our employees at the forefront. Various resources were made available to assist us in managing stress, such as:

When life is busy, or all your energy is focused on a special project, it’s all to easy to find yourself off balance, not paying enough attention to important areas in your life. While you need to have a drive and focus if you’re going to get things done, taking this too far can lead to frustration and intense stress. That’s when its time to take a “helicopter view” of your life, brining things back to balance. 

The Wheel of Life is a powerful tool because it allows you to have a vivid visual representation of the way your life is currently, compared with what you would ideally like it to be. It is called the Wheel of Life because it gives you each an area of your life mapped out on a circle. 

The eight sections in the Wheel of Life represent different aspects of your life. All eight categories when combined should be create a balanced view of your life for you personally. 

Bhramari Pranayama, commonly known as Humming Bee Breath, is a yogic breathing technique that involves producing a humming sound while exhaling.

This practice is part of the broader category of pranayama, which is the regulation and control of the breath to enhance physical, mental, and spiritual well-being.

Bhramari Pranayama derives its name from the Sanskrit word “bhramar,” which means “bee.” The practice is named after the humming sound that resembles a bee’s buzzing.

In today’s fast-paced world, stress is a constant presence that can take a toll on both our physical and mental health. That’s why it’s crucial to prioritize finding effective ways to cope. Whether it’s through mindfulness, exercise, or seeking support from others, managing stress isn’t just about maintaining sanity—it’s about safeguarding our well-being.

If you would like to revisit the session, you’re welcome to do so below.