Stress Relief Workshop for Teachers

  • by Eleni Vardaki
Who's this for:

Educators (teachers, tutors, university lecturers) who are keen to up-skill themselves as professionals by learning a new self-soothing technique for reducing stress and overwhelm. The technique you will learn in this workshop is called the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), also known as tapping. Tapping helps us manage the stress of an upcoming situation or challenge. The workshop is based on the philosophy that the best teaching is done when we teach by example. Therefore, we will focus on how you can start to use EFT to improve your own quality of life before you start teaching it to your students to help them reduce their stress and improve their focus. 

Workshop description: 
In this small online workshop, teachers learn a mindfulness exercise that has been proven to effectively release stress from the body, by reducing the stress hormones (cortisol and adrenaline). Eleni Vardaki is an experienced workshop leader who leads wellbeing workshops for parents, students, and teachers. 

This workshop is for teachers who are open to developing their mindfulness and focus skills by reducing the stress they feel when they think about a difficult situation that you have to face. 

The core focus of this workshop about learning how to do the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), which is an evidence-based approach to reducing stress and overwhelm.

Small and cozy: 

This workshop is capped at 6 participants, to create a cozy and comfortable learning environment for all.


This is an online workshop for high school students all over the world. The session will take place on Zoom. You will receive the Zoom video conference call link with instructions for how to join the workshop via e-mail, once your payment is processed. 

Please be aware:

This is not a group therapy session. It is an educational workshop where the goal is for students to leave having experienced a self-soothing technique that they can use to reduce stress, improve focus, and improve their ability to motivate themself.