Revitalising Educators: Glen Monk’s Conference Workshop Offers Crucial Respite Amidst Soaring Stress Levels

With teacher well-being at its lowest in five years, marked by rising stress, insomnia, and burnout, Monks’s workshop is perfectly timed. 

With the “Re-Imagine an Active Future” conference on the horizon, excitement mounts among educators and professionals dedicated to physical education and well-being. Anticipation brews for the array of enriching experiences promised by this event. Esteemed keynote speakers are poised to deliver novel insights into nurturing holistic well-being in educational contexts, while participants eagerly anticipate immersing themselves in interactive workshops, delving into the latest research, and acquiring tangible strategies to foster active and healthy lifestyles among youth.  

Among the lineup of workshops, one session stands out: “Mind Body Matters,” to be led by the experienced educator and well-being advocate, Glen Monks. With teacher well-being hitting its lowest levels in five years, with stress, insomnia, and burnout on the rise, Glen’s workshop couldn’t come at a more crucial time. 

In his 45-minute session, Glen invites attendees to prioritise their own well-being. “Teachers look after society’s children and young people but are you taking care of yourself?” he asks, setting the tone for an introspective and rejuvenating experience. With two decades of experience under his belt, Glen understands the importance of supporting others by identifying, testing for and rebalancing the pathways to well-being. 

“The session is all about you…” Glen emphasises, highlighting the need for educators to carve out time for self-care amidst their demanding roles. Attendees can expect to unwind, relax, and participate in a series of mind and body exercises designed to promote relaxation and rejuvenation. 

“Through this workshop, we can make a significant shift in your current health status” Glen asserts, underlining the transformative potential of prioritising well-being. By equipping attendees with practical tools and insights, he aims to empower educators to not only nurture the well-being of their students but also to cultivate their own resilience and vitality. 

As educators and professionals converge at the “Re-Imagine an Active Future” conference, they can look forward to leaving with a renewed sense of purpose and a commitment to championing an active and healthy future within their schools and communities. With Glen Monks’s ‘Mind Body Matters’ workshop promising a moment of self-care and reflection, attendees are poised to embark on a journey towards greater well-being, both for themselves and those they serve. 

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