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New stress-management weekends in London

Toby Maguire

Working in Balance partners with COMO Metropolitan London

Looking for a better way to cope with stress in 2017?  A pioneering workshop that offers proven techniques for keeping stress under control is launching in London. New for 2017, corporate wellness specialist Working In Balance is hosting a series of one-day intensive stress management workshops at COMO Metropolitan London in Mayfair.

The 'Stress Free Success' and 'Meditation for Busy People' workshops offer a full day of training, educating individuals and organisations on the negative effects of stress, how to reduce it and to improve physical and psychological well-being.  

Aimed at companies and individuals interested in achieving a better work-life balance, the workshops are run by Working in Balance founder, Toby Maguire. Toby has many years experience in managing stress and running corporate wellness retreats and has been practicing the healing arts of the east for nearly twenty years. He also works as a health and wellness consultant and practitioner at leading destination spas in the world, including Ananda in the Himalayas, Aman resorts, Chiva Som, Six Senses, the Mandarin  Oriental and the Bodyholiday, St Lucia.  

The first 'Stress Free Success' workshop will take place on Saturday January 21st from 9am-6pm, with more scheduled throughout the year.  A one night break at COMO Metropolitan London including a place on the course costs from £510 per person, based on two sharing a double room on bed and breakfast basis. A two night break including the course, costs from £660 per person. To book call the hotel reservations line on 020 7447 1047.  

Working in Balance also runs stress management retreats at destinations worldwide, including the Six Senses Douro Valley in Portugal and The Alpina Gstaad in Switzerland.

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