Update: unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances this event has now been cancelled.
How do you cope when life feels overwhelming? Psychologist and yoga teacher Suzy Reading is here to help you get through difficult experiences. Her book, Self Care for Tough Times, offers a powerful toolkit to guide you when you need it most.
In this online talk, Suzy joins Calm Moment’s digital editor Sarah Orme to share her tips to help you get through stressful times in your life. We’ll be talking about how to take care of your mental health, the steps you can take to lower your stress levels and advice to help you heal. The session will cover anxiety, fear, uncertainty and grief and look at practical exercises to improve your wellbeing.
Suzy will also explain how stress and pent-up emotions are held in the body and suggest some simple ways to release tension that anyone can try at home. The audience will be given the opportunity to ask their own questions at the end of the session to receive more self-care tips from Suzy.
Can’t make the talk? The session will be recorded and a download will be sent out afterwards, so you won’t miss out.
This online talk will take place on Wednesday 24th February at 12pm. Tickets are £8 per person and include an extract of Suzy’s book, Self Care for Tough Times.
About the presenters
Suzy is a mother of two, an author, Chartered Psychologist and Coach. She specialises in self-care, helping people manage their stress, emotions, and energetic bank balance. It was her life experience of motherhood colliding with the terminal illness of her father that sparked her passion for self-care which she now teaches to her clients, young and old, to cope during periods of stress, loss and change and to boost their resilience in the face of future challenges.
Suzy is on the editorial board for Motherdom Magazine, the Psychology Expert for wellbeing brand Neom Organics and is a founding member of the ‘Nourish’ app. She figure-skated her way through her childhood, growing up on the Northern Beaches of Sydney, and now makes her home in hills of Hertfordshire, UK. Her first book ‘The Self-Care Revolution’ published by Aster came out in 2017, ‘Stand Tall Like a Mountain: Mindfulness & Self-Care for Children and Parents‘ and ‘The Little Book of Self-Care’ came out in 2019. ‘Self-Care for Tough Times’ and her first children’s book ‘This Book Will (Help) Make You Happy’ by Wren & Rook are both hot off the press.
Sarah Orme is the digital editor of Calmmoment.com and the host of award-winning podcast The Calm Edit (available wherever you get your podcasts). She loves speaking to experts about wellbeing topics and sharing her love of mindfulness with anyone who will listen.