Lunch and Learn - Building Resilience

The session will cover what resilience is and what it means to us individually. You will learn how to enhance your resilience by deepening your understanding of why you do what you do and what your trigger points could be.



20 October 2020

12:30 PM – 1:30 PM AEDT


You will discover how to better manage unhelpful thoughts and emotional reactions by adopting mindfulness practices that can be integrated to everyday life.

Most things in life happen outside of our control. However, we can learn to control the way we respond. In fact, it's possible for us to control the function of our own nervous system and change the way we think, act and feel at any given time.

Learning outcomes

  • Define what resilience is.
  • Understand stress and its effect on the body.
  • Tips on managing emotions.
  • The circles of control, influence and concern model.

About the presenter – Saeeda Kauser

I like to go by the name of Sai, I am the Head Curator at falo. falo is the product of my personal journey to finding my true self, aligning to my core values, learning to love all parts of myself and taking full ownership of my life.

My professional background is in the healthcare industry, managing private healthcare facilities across the UK and Australia. It was through these management positions I found my passion for personal development. Heavily invested in my new passion, I studied and trained in emotional intelligence, neuro linguistic programming and certified as a neuro semantics meta coach. I've always been a huge advocate for alternative healing modalities and have trained in EFT (emotional freedom technique), reiki, kinesiology and yoga.


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