What we're about

People experiencing high levels of stress tend to suffer from excessive fear, negative moods, difficulty sleeping, exhaustion and feelings of helplessness and hopelessness. So many of us are caught in a vicious cycle of managing stress in unhealthy ways such as overindulgence in food, alcohol and drugs while lacking the willpower and time to change. Year after year, the American Psychological Association reports nearly three-quarters of Americans say they experience stress at levels that exceed what they define as healthy, putting themselves at risk for developing chronic illnesses such as heart disease, diabetes, stroke, high blood pressure, sleep disorders, addiction, anxiety and depression.

This is a group for those interested in addressing the stress in their lives in a healthy way. We all need help and support at different points in our life. The goal of this group is to provide a resource within the South Shore community addressing stress, anxiety, depression, and addiction to foster health and wellness.

At these meetups, you will learn practical tools and techniques that you can easily integrate into your life and learn more about the exciting fields of mindfulness, neuroscience, neurocardiology, biofeedback technologies and biohacking. There will be lots of time devoted to allow you to practice and apply these tools and techniques in a fun, engaging, experiential format that will leave you feeling uplifted and more empowered. I will share these transformational principles which allow us to harness our biology to begin to turn this all around; allowing us to experience more energy, focus, and passion both personally and professionally.

Kim offers customized stress management and mindfulness training programs for individuals, corporations, schools ,hospitals, government agencies, law enforcement, first responders and veterans. These programs incorporate the HeartMath® system, positive psychology, meditation, EFT, gamification, and biofeedback technologies. Her programs utilize contemporary and groundbreaking research in the fields of neuroscience, psychophysiology, biohacking, meditation and mindfulness to foster increased emotional intelligence, resilience, vitality, cognitive flexibility, and enhanced problem solving.

Many new ideas are presented when woven in and around concepts of science, reflective activities and practical strategies and application, that truly motivate participants to make deep and meaningful changes within their lives.

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We also offer dedicated space inside and out on Big Sandy Pond in Pembroke including a two level art studio and workshop space with chalkboard walls, meditation cushions, blankets and plenty of chairs for your gatherings, workshops, and collaborations.

Upcoming events (5+)

Meet and Greet Open House

The Stress Management Collaborative

Meet and Greet Open House Come learn more about our program offerings and enjoy meeting like minded people interested in managing their stress.

Stress Management Summer Series

Needs a location

$20.00

Here we go! Join in on a fun, engaging, experiential weekly event where you will learn practical tools and techniques that you can integrate into your daily lives that will provide the necessary support to reduce stress, anxiety, depression and maladaptive coping mechanisms.

Stress Management Summer Series

Needs a location

$20.00

Here we go! Join in on a fun, engaging, experiential weekly event where you will learn practical tools and techniques that you can integrate into your daily lives that will provide the necessary support to reduce stress, anxiety, depression and maladaptive coping mechanisms.

Stress Management Summer Series

Needs a location

$20.00

Here we go! Join in on a fun, engaging, experiential weekly event where you will learn practical tools and techniques that you can integrate into your daily lives that will provide the necessary support to reduce stress, anxiety, depression and maladaptive coping mechanisms.

Past events (12)

Meet and Greet Open House

The Stress Management Collaborative

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