Innovative New Women Only Bootcamp Helps Tackle Stress and Burnout

Feelings of stress, lack of motivation, poor sleep patterns, aches and pains, and generally feeling unwell can all be signs of burnout and, until now, women may have felt they had nowhere to turn to. This has now changed, however, with the introduction of the innovative Burnout Bootcamp programme from health and fitness experts Brealy Bootcamps.

Women are being given the opportunity to stop - or at least slow down - and to take care of their body as a first step towards tackling burnout with this recent addition to the existing weight loss and well being programmes from Brealy Bootcamps.

The Burnout Bootcamp - which is already proving very popular - helps clients beat stress and deal with some of the physical, mental and emotional symptoms caused by prolonged stress.

Critically, physical health is connected to mental and emotional health, and Burnout Bootcamp focuses on helping clients to rebalance body and mind.

The specialised Bootcamp - which takes place in a luxurious retreat in Somerset - will start with a detoxing of the body of harmful toxins to support adrenal stability while a low impact exercise programme focuses on strengthening and toning the body.

Brealy Bootcamps’ behaviour programme will offer techniques to help individuals to take that first important step to regaining a sense of control. Days will be filled with a varied programme of physical activities while the evenings provide time for alternative therapies, workshops or to simply enjoy the spa facilities and relax.

Julie Brealy, founder of Brealy Bootcamps, said; “We’re delighted with the success of our new concept Bootcamp as this endorses the fact that this is something that clients really want and need. Living in today’s fast paced world does take its toll on many with the result that health, weight, diet, exercise and general well-being fall to the wayside. As well as helping our clients to get back on track we also encourage clients to get to the heart of the matter and to address some of the causes or reasons behind why they are so run down. While weightloss is positive by product of the Bootcamp (the results during previous bootcamps were average weight loss of 6lbs and average inch loss of 4.5 inches), we are calling this our Lighter Brighter Tighter Bootcamp as that exactly how you will feel on the last day.

“Some of the more common symptoms people experience when they are burnt out can include, lack of energy, lost motivation, feeling helpless, poor sleeping pattern, sense of failure, panic attacks, irritability, vulnerability to illness, aches and pains, craving sweet things, low sex drive and skin conditions. All of these can mean that controlling weight seems impossible and fitness goes down the list of priorities.”

Spaces are limited on the Burnout Bootcamp. To attend and to find out more information please visit http://www.brealybootcamps.co.uk/Bootcamps-MoreInfo.php?page=burn_out_bootcamp

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Journalist ‘Taster Days’ – if you are interested in attending a Brealy Bootcamp please contact us on 07971 966687


Some recent statistics on stress:

  • The 2011 labour market survey by the ONS (Office of National Statistics) reported that 13.1 million working days were lost due to anxiety, stress and depression costing the economy £4.7 billion.  Sickness absence is consistently higher for women than men with the number one reason for men’s absence beings musculoskeletal injury, but for women it’s anxiety, stress and depression.
  • 2011 CIPD (Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development) reported that two in five employers reported and increases in stress reported as reason for sickness absence.
  • HSCIC (Health and Social Care Information Centre) report that admissions to hospital for stress related illness rose by 7% to 14,960 people and the in the top ten reasons for GP visits saw Depression at number 2, Anxiety at number 6.  Interestingly the number 1 reason is high blood pressure, which can be stress related

Contact:

Julie Brealy, founder of Brealy Bootcamps on 07971 966687 or email: info@brealybootcamps.co.uk

Stella Hulott, Speedie PR, tel: 01843 831088 or email: stella.hulott@speediepr.co.uk.


About Brealy Bootcamps:

At Brealy Bootcamps we believe that if you’re ready now to lose weight and get fit, the best way to get results is to make it an enjoyable experience. Our women only Bootcamp programmes work because they build on your personal resolve to make a change in yourself and help you to bring it about – not by forcing you to do things you don’t want to but by encouraging you to achieve more than you thought possible.

Central to the success of the results we get at Brealy Bootcamps is our philosophy of the ‘Three Pillars’: Exercise, Nutrition and Behaviour. These core essentials underpin all our programmes; a balance of all three is vital for a healthy weight and lifestyle.

We offer a number of Bootcamps from one day Taster and Fitness Days to weekends, to week long retreats both in the UK and in Europe.

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Results during previous bootcamps were an average weight loss of 6lbs and average inch loss of 4.5 inches
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Some recent statistics on stress:- • The 2011 labour market survey by the ONS (Office of National Statistics) reported that 13.1 million working days were lost due to anxiety, stress and depression costing the economy £4.7 billion. Sickness absence is consistently higher for women than men with the number one reason for men’s absence beings musculoskeletal injury, but for women it’s anxiety, stress and depression. • 2011 CIPD (Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development) reported that two in five employers reported and increases in stress reported as reason for sickness absence. • HSCIC (Health and Social Care Information Centre) report that admissions to hospital for stress related illness rose by 7% to 14,960 people and the in the top ten reasons for GP visits saw Depression at number 2, Anxiety at number 6. Interestingly the number 1 reason is high blood pressure, which can be stress related.
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We’re delighted with the success of our new concept Bootcamp as this endorses the fact that this is something that clients really want and need. Living in today’s fast paced world does take its toll on many with the result that health, weight, diet, exercise and general well-being fall to the wayside
Julie Brealy, founder of Brealy Bootcamps
Some of the more common symptoms people experience when they are burnt out can include, lack of energy, lost motivation, feeling helpless, poor sleeping pattern, sense of failure, panic attacks, irritability, vulnerability to illness, aches and pains, craving sweet things, low sex drive and skin conditions. All of these can mean that controlling weight seems impossible and fitness goes down the list of priorities
Julie Brealy, founder of Brealy Bootcamps
As well as helping our clients to get back on track we also encourage clients to get to the heart of the matter and to address some of the causes or reasons behind why they are so run down
Julie Brealy, founder of Brealy Bootcamps