The human brain and body are capable of amazing and powerful feats of athletic and human performance, but they can also tie themselves into stress-inducing knots. That’s where Mark Cummings comes in with his Stress Buster Session: Optimizing Our Amazing Body & Mind, ready to teach others how to handle their stress.
People can be their own worst enemy or greatest ally. The first step is to become aware of how stress occurs and what can be done about it.
Right: Mark Cummings
At the Stress Buster Session, people will learn simple secrets from the Owner’s Manual for Self-Regulation of Your Brain and Body to be in greater control of their mind and body states. The session promises to be an engaging, and at times humorous, exploration of a person’s capacities as a human being.
Cummings has taught courses in biofeedback-assisted self-regulation in York’s School of Kinesiology & Health Science for the last 16 years and he has developed innovative programs in stress management therapy at a leading addiction and mental health treatment centre in Toronto.
The Stress Buster Session will be held Thursday, March 5, from 1 to 2:30pm, at the Samuel Beckett Theatre, 112 Stong College, Keele campus.
Everyone is welcome. For more information, call 416-736-5132.