Mgr. Filip Kňažek
Lecturer & Organiser, Institute of Lifelong Learning
|+420 776 330 522
Stress is a disease of civilization in today's society. It can appear in almost all areas of our lives and, although it can sometimes have a motivating and positive effect, in most cases it is rather harmful and can cause various diseases or syndromes.
So how do you deal with stress? How to keep sane mental health? How to "properly" turn off and regenerate the body and mind? How to prevent diseases and syndromes? How can mindfulness help us live a more fulfilling life?
If you want to know the answers and you care about your mental health, this course is for you!
The main purpose of this training course is to provide you with the know-how needed to handle stress, stay grounded and in the present moment. The training will focus on different situations that provoke stress reactions - these will be thoroughly explained also from the scientific point of view. We will go through various techniques of stress handling and different mindfulness methods will be introduced and exercised. Participants will be actively involved in all the processes, interact and will be constantly challenged in the learning process in a safe environment.
Who can participate in this course?
The training course is designed for anyone interested in active work on oneself, with need/desire to take a break from "real" problems and to have a better life!
The program of the training course will be very interactive and requires your active participation (in case of online form it means cameras and microphones have to be switched on).
We will laugh, work, learn from each other, reflect but also relax.
The program will include topics and activities like: forms of stress, its effects and symptoms, working under stress, acute and chronic stress, Mindfulness, Mindfulness principles, different meditation techniques, breathing excercises, stress and time management, past and future influences, thinking patterns, yoga
Dates and schedule: 20.-24.9.2021, Brno, Czech republic; 4-5 hours a day – 9 - 11:00; 12:30 - 14:30
Detailed daily schedule is here or on the right side of the website!
The course will be organised only if at least 5 participants will apply!
Participation fee: special offer 300 €! (standart prize 450 €)
- includes training course program, all materials in and after the sessions, guidance and willingness to help and enjoy your stay in Brno, welcome package, online informational guide with everything you need to know ahead your arrival, organisational and lecturer fee
Grants such as Erasmus+ Staff mobility training or VET or other may be used to cover the fee. For different grant possibilities click here.
For registration see info below.
The fee is paid in 2 instalments
- deposit 150 €
Please pay the 1st instlament HERE latest on 10th September 2021, in order to ensure your place in the group,
- and remaining 150 € maximum one week prior to the start of the training course
*Covid-19 online form (in case Covid measures will not allow us to meet in person) – 3 hours a day including 30 minutes break, 9 - 12:30. The fee in this case would be 150€.
What is not included in the fee
Mgr. Filip Kňažek, non-formal education trainer, facilitator, pharmacist
Filip has extensive experience from intensive foreign and domestic educational courses dedicated to self-development and working with people on various topics from communication (effective, affective, non-violent), coaching, mindfulness, presentation and leadership skills, to project management and marketing. In his courses, he helps others discover and get to know their strengths and weaknesses, develop their better selves by coming out of the comfort zone, getting to know and accepting their fears, breaking down patterns of behavior and habits. He provides participants with useful tips and tools that they can use in their everyday lives.
Mgr. Adéla Lamaczová
non-formal education trainer, researcher, pharmacist
Adela has been working around the soft skills since 2014 and by now, she has delivered hundreds of hours of trainings. She figured out her favourite topic by far is creativity so she is always sneaking in a bit of colours and flipcharts to make trainings more visual. She loves to see the energy flowing in the training and actively involves the participants into the session to make dynamic but safe environment for informal learning. Her aim is to use real-life examples to make the topic understandable and applicable to the daily life.
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