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HEART Collective

Heart Collective are educators, facilitators and dog and horse trainers living around the world. Our first major project was the Alphabet Album (raising voices) . Amanda, Ameera, Andrea, Ayoka, Chelsey, Dayna, Eva, Hannah, Holly, Julie, Karen, Karen, Kathryn, Kirsten, Leslie, Linda, Linda, Liz, Lucy, Oluademi, Sheila, Shelly, Stella, Tom, and Tracey are excited to be developing webinars for you now!

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About this course

In this webinar, you’ll discover a  process to cultivate a more accepting and positive attitude towards stress. This webinar is running live on March 2 at 8 pm ET  and the recording will be available afterwards. 

And you’ll discover exactly how to use stress as a powerful force to become more resilient in the face of your greatest challenges and difficulties.

Stress does not have to steamroll your happiness or energy, or take over your life! We are going to explore exactly how to thrive and endure no matter what is happening in your life.

In Transforming Stress, you’ll also discover:

How to harness DHEA (the “chill” stress hormone) and oxytocin (the “cuddle” hormone) to manage stress AND lower your risk for depression, anxiety, and heart disease.

Studies show: Elevated stress can increase your risk of dying by 43% but ONLY if you believe this debilitating myth! Get the facts so you can protect your health and improve your longevity.

Find out what 125,000 people from around the world can teach you about happiness, long life expectancy, and overall well-being despite dealing with some of the highest stress levels on the planet!

What never to do when you begin to feel stressed out...and the simple surprise “adjustment” that ensures you thrive under pressure.

How to unleash your inner hero to defeat worry, despair and isolation--the villains of stress--AND create transformative change for yourself and those you love.

And much more…

We’ll cover:

Is stress really harmful to your health?

Changing your way of thinking about stress

How to get better at living with stress

Learning to embrace stress in your life

Then we'll spend a little time  Reflecting and Deciding How to Moving Forward

From training blocks butterflies in the show ring. to stress headaches, stomach upset, and muscle tension to chronic pain, heart disease, and obesity,  and more the risk of unchecked stress on your health is real.

That’s why you’ve got to address the root cause, not the symptom.

And instead of resisting stress and increasing your risk for concerning health issues, you need to know how to embrace the stress in your life. Do this, and you can count on thriving even under the most stressful situations life throws at you.

Let's start building your essential reserves of strength, energy, and resiliency. Growth is not just for plants!

And you’ll have permanent access to the recording, so you can return to this material whenever you need a quick refresher.

Why is this Webinar Free?

This webinar is the brainchild of a collaboration between Andrea Harrison and Dr Jill Stoller. Well aware that COVID was going to be stressful and difficult for people to navigate Jill wanted to make sure people had as many tools as possible to utilize through a difficult time.  They worked together on a few projects including developing Tools for Tough Times and topics for FB lives but a free webinar was always the intention. 

In light of Jill's untimely and tragic death, things got put on hold but now  Transforming Stress is ready to share! 

And yes, by all means - please feel free to share this event with anyone you'd like. 

I  Want to Help!

There are two funds you might want to contribute to in memory of Jill

The Jill Stoller Memorial Fund  (a collection started by Jill's dog friends to support people in need of financial  help access education or funds to aid their pets) 

There is also an endowment being set up at Cornell University in Jill's memory. Donations can be made at Cornell Biology Scholars- Jill Schosberg Stoller '82 Endowment Gift, or at www.giving.cornell.edu or via check to Cornell University, Box 37334, Boone, IA 50037-0334 (note gift is for ‘Jill Schosberg Stoller ’82 Biology Scholars Program Endowment’).

A little about Andrea Harrison

Andrea is an educator who is passionate about all species, including dogs, horses and humans! She has taken her positive message to the media many times, including appearances on TV shows, print and on radio. She has worked with a wide variety of people as an educator for decades. The science of brain research fascinates her. Helping students of all ages be successful, reduce anxiety and stress and manage their time by using her training in counselling, personality typing, and experiences matters to her. Her competitive addictions are dressage and agility. Andrea and her animals have earned many ribbons and titles together. Her superstar dog Sally was the canine lead in the feature film “Saving Dinah". Andrea attained B level Pony Club before aging out and then completed her Level one coaching certification. A passionate life learner one of her favourite parts of teaching (and coaching) is the learning it allows her to do.

You can learn more about Andrea and her work at this link!