Becoming More Aware | At Home with Robyn and Jayne | Eps 10 The COVID-19 Calm Series

In this video you will discover how to shift your focus away from hyper vigilance and settle your stress system. We also talk about how we can take awareness into our places of work (both remote and in person) to help foster a greater sense of togetherness moving forward.

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​We cover:

  • Tools to help you reframe “alert” with “aware”
  • An exploration of the of the process of awareness­­­
  • How to resettle your stress system
  • What you can do to can strengthen your inner framework
  • Refocusing on what “is” rather than what “if”
  • A powerful technique to help foster more togetherness in the work place


Need some extra support or tools and techniques to help you gain stability and reconnect with your inner power, passions and purpose?  

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Read Jayne's bestseller 'Burnout to Brilliance: Strategies for Sustainable Success '





Jayne Morris

Founder & Director, Balanceology Global

Jayne Morris is the author of 'Burnout to Brilliance: Strategies for Sustainable Success', Huffington Post contributor, former resident NHS Online Life Coach and regular BBC Radio/TV and Sky TV guest. She has been featured in many national and international publications on the topics of burnout, stress and wellbeing. Jayne lives with her husband and two children near Bristol, UK and offers in-person and online coaching. She currently heads up Marketing, Events and Wellbeing Programmes for Belmont Estate, Bristol. Previously she managed 42 Acres retreat centre near Frome and ran retreats for Lucknam Park Spa, Bath. She creates bespoke individual and group retreats hosted in specially selected venues in the UK and abroad. Jayne works differently to other coaches because she blends coaching with integrative art psychotherapy, martial arts and energy management. Her unique energy alignment process helps you reconnect to your power, passions and purpose.


Go to the profile of Reni Landor
over 1 year ago

Thank you both, really poignant words.