Hunting Discomfort: The Power of Good Stress for Longevity and Greater Resilience

Wednesday, October 5, 2022 at 12:00 pm New York / 5:00 pm London


Stress has a bad rap. As the source of all kinds of chronic physical and emotional ailments, stress is killing us. But new research is proving that there is such a thing as good stress. If we understand how to harness it, we can get not only survive stress but we can use it (just as our muscles use weights) to strengthen us internally so we can thrive no matter what life throws our way.

In recent years, we’ve all had to learn how to manage unprecedented challenges. Our virtual panel of experts help us understand why stress can be good for us, how to tap into good stress, how our bodies and brains can learn and grow from it and even how to seek it out to own our own growth.

Bringing together a doctor, a coach, and a healer, you will leave this webinar with a greater sense of how to tap into the power of good stress to thrive, no matter what you’re facing, and not just bounce back but come through it better than before.

About this 90-minute complimentary event

  • 15-minute talk with each panelist

  • 45-minute live Q&A

  • In addition to learning the science, and some concrete tools, participants will also go on a shamanic journey.

About Sterling Hawkins

Sterling Hawkins is out to break the status quo. He believes that we can all unlock the incredible potential within ourselves, and he’s on a mission to support people, businesses, and communities to realize that potential regardless of the circumstances.

From rescuing a multi-billion dollar start-up from collapse to investing in and growing over 50 companies, Sterling takes that experience to work with C-level teams from some of the largest organizations on the planet and speaks on stages around the world. 

Today, Sterling serves as CEO and founder of the Sterling Hawkins Group, a research, training, and development company focused on human and organizational growth. He has been seen in publications like Inc. Magazine, Fast Company, The New York Times, and Forbes. 

About Dr. Brian Kopell

Dr. Kopell is a Professor of Neurosurgery, Neurology, Psychiatry, and Neuroscience. He serves as Director of the Center for Neuromodulation and Co-Director, The Bonnie and Tom Strauss Center for Movement Disorders at the Mount Sinai Health System. Dr. Kopell has pioneered the use of intraoperative imaging during Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) cases to supplement the microelectrode recording typically done to make a procedure that is safer and quicker for patients. He has performed over 2,000 DBS procedures. He has also helped pioneer the use of surgical neuromodulation for psychiatric disorders such as OCD and treatment-resistant Major Depression.

In 2008, Dr. Kopell became Board Certified by the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine. Since then he has developed a protocol to support healthy brain longevity both in the context of normal aging as well as a focus for patients with chronic pain and neurodegenerative

About Shanti Faiia

Shanti Faiia is a mentor, healer, teacher, and facilitator, and guides people to embody more of their spirit through individual and group work to create breakthroughs in self-leadership and self-responsibility, healing and releasing of old traumas and limiting beliefs held at the subconscious level. She use several modalities to do this, including Breathwork Healing, ThetaHealing®️, Reiki, Shamanic Healing, Yoga, Qi Gong, and Meditation.

Shanti loves to create ceremonial experiences through breathwork healing for groups that result in participants feeling connected to themselves and to spirit, where they can receive insights that are similar to those that are possible through plant medicine ceremonies, but without use of any substance, and using a very grounded approach. She also weaves group ThetaHealing into these experiences, which can facilitate healing of subconscious beliefs and programmes for the group on the ancestral or collective consciousness levels.

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Wednesday, October 5, 2022 at 12:00 pm New York / 5:00 pm London

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