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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Back by popular demand : mental-resilience workshops right across the shire

There are still spaces for Margie Braunstein's free Building Resilience workshops this weekend and early next week. Margie will show you strategies for mental and physical well being that take you from simply reacting to stress to choosing helpful and healthful responses. Margie says by the end of the day you'll: have a simple, practical framework for understanding and managing stress leave with a toolkit to help restore emotional equilibrium gain confidence and a deeper understanding of yourself and others.

To book: South Durras - Saturday 25 February, 9.30am-3pm - Bodalla - Sunday 26 February, 9.30am-3pm - Moruya - Monday 27 February, 9.30am-3pm - Tomakin - Tuesday 28 February, 9.30am-3pm - Eurobodalla Council is bringing back Margie Braunstein and Cheryl Gilroy for mental-resilience workshops right across the shire. The facilitators were a big hit with the community last year - delivering effective, practical tips and techniques that improve mental and emotional wellbeing. In late February Margie will take her Building Resilience In Disaster Affected Communities workshop to South Durras, Bodalla, Moruya and Tomakin. Learn and practice skills that bring relief to troubled minds and bodies. End the day empowered to implement these strategies in your everyday life. Follow up in mid-March with Cheryl’s Dealing With Hotheads workshops at Narooma, Moruya and Batemans Bay. Cheryl will engage and motivate participants while providing tools to become ‘uninsultable’, build rapport, use different brain states, and deal with passive-aggressive behaviour. These are free events and perfect for people wanting to respond rather than react to events in their life. Bookings essential. Find these and a host of other Council-run events at

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