90 Minute Stress Relief Training
for the Workplace
Give your employees the "Easy" button to release their stress, so they can feel refreshed, relaxed, and ready for work
Provide them with a way to unplug from the world, so that they can reconnect back into themselves; to feel refreshed, happy, and focused with a clear mind
A way to bring back a sense of calm and smooth emotions
A way to improve communication and interaction between teams.
It's Quick & Easy
Seva Stress Release can help you do just that for your employees. It takes 10-20 minutes and can easily be done during a break or over lunch. It is an amazing technique that provides a quick and easy way to melt away stress.
Seva is a simple and profound acupressure process that can be used for self-care by holding pressure points on the body.
In this 90-minute workshop, your employees will be taught how to hold the pressure points on their bodies in a certain order.
This dynamic and interactive workshop allows the participants to fully experience the Seva Stress Release through demonstration and hands-on practice.
No experience is necessary. Anyone can learn this simple but effective way to help themselves and become empowered in their health.
The Seva Stress Release acupressure protocol was developed by Soul Lightening International after 9/11 as a way to provide support for the first responders to release the shock, trauma, and stress from their systems.
Soul Lightning International is an educational non-profit organization committed to teaching people to use acupressure as a means to health and wholeness.
Our workshops are currently offered nationally and internationally to laypersons and professional healthcare providers alike.
Our workshops are tailored to the level of the attending community, and the work is generating great enthusiasm with requests for more everywhere.
Where it has been used
Seva Stress Release was first used in 2001 to treat rescue workers at the piers of NYC and has since been offered in many diverse settings.
Including at Walter Reed Army Medical Center; on college campuses to teach students self-care; in villages in Honduras, Africa, and India; in schools to help teachers and students release stress; in breast cancer support groups; in hospital and corporate wellness programs, and countless other community settings.
We currently offer continuing education contact hours for Massage Therapists, and Nurses.