Burnout Recovery & Prevention
Burnout Recovery & Prevention

Burnout Recovery & Prevention

Stress management with Holistic Ayurveda

Burnout is becoming an ever-increasing problem in our society. More and more people ignore their bodies’ warning signs and keep overworking themselves until they reach total exhaustion. Continuing mental and emotional imbalance can also lead to burnout, so holistic burnout prevention and recovery needs to be approached from several angles, including:

Strengthening mental resilience

Stress management strategies and management techniques

Boosting the immune system and physical resources

Restoring mental and emotional balance

The right nutrition for a balanced and healthy lifestyle that lasts

How to Spot the Signs of Burnout?

Burnout has many symptoms that can vary from person to person. Common indications include:

  • Lack of motivation
  • Low spirits
  • Constant tiredness through to total exhaustion
  • Reduced performance
  • Struggling to concentrate
  • Racing heartbeat
  • Anxiety
  • Restlessness
  • Gastrointestinal complaints
  • Headaches and back pain
Burnout – Be Aware!
Burnout – Be Aware!

Typical characteristics of those at risk of burnout

  • Perfectionism
  • Reluctance to delegate
  • A need for recognition
What is Burnout?
What is Burnout?

Burnout occurs after a sustained period of perpetual stress – especially at work. The results are reduced capability, energy depletion, unbearable exhaustion and zero motivation at work. How quickly burnout syndrome develops depends on learned behaviours and internalised beliefs that were often established in childhood.

Burnout develops slowly, over months or even years. Most burnout candidates start out as idealists, with a high level of motivation, above-average commitment and a willingness to work beyond the usual job requirements. Over time, problems are pushed aside, physical complaints ignored, and personal needs neglected. We distinguish between internal triggers – a situation is subjectively perceived as stressful – and external triggers such as overwork; time pressure; lack of inclusion; unfair treatment; bullying, absence of feedback, recognition, or sense of community (colleagues, friends, family); low or inadequate remuneration. Without appropriate preventive measures, the negative spiral towards burnout continues downwards.

Burnout – Be Aware!

Exhaustion manifests itself on different levels.

Break free from chronic exhaustion for a new, energised life!

Burnout Prevention:
Managing Stress and Letting Go of Negative Thoughts

Over time, a stressful period in life can turn into a stressful way of life. Depending on how we react to stress, the healthy alternation between tension and relaxation can progressively reduce until we are almost constantly in a state of high alert. This is when we find ourselves uttering statements like ‘I can’t go on’, ‘I’m burned out’, ‘my batteries are flat’. Constant availability, huge to-do lists and making excessive demands of ourselves feed these negative thoughts. Only sustainable strategies and a holistic concept can lead out of this downward spiral.

The Ayurveda Burnout Prevention programme is recommended for people with
  • Constant work pressures
  • A skewed work-life balance
  • A stressful private life
  • An inability to cope with everyday life
  • Anxiety
  • A feeling that their work is unsatisfactory
  • Memory and concentration problems
  • Disturbed sleeping and eating patterns
‘Burnout sneaks up on you, and most people overlook or ignore the signs – sometimes for months or even years. Ayurveda offers a comprehensive portfolio of holistic strategies for burnout prevention – by strengthening physical, mental and spiritual resources.’
Christina Mauracher

Christina Mauracher

Holistic Ayurveda expert

Burnout Prevention with Holistic Ayurveda

Ayurveda is a holistic approach to health that helps to bring body, mind and spirit into balance. It brings profound regeneration, inner balance, and increased energy levels. Ayurveda is primarily concerned with preventing disease. The traditional teachings from India were adapted for Holistic Ayurveda by Indian experts, as well as doctors, therapists and scientists, to ensure their suitability for a European way of life.

Objectives of the Burnout Prevention programme:
  • Build inner stability
  • Restore vitality
  • Recover zest for life
  • Shape new life goals
  • Build psychological resilience
  • Release mental and physical blockages
  • Increase productivity and creativity
  • Develop new coping strategies
  • Foster self-confidence and self-esteem
  • Recognise and express own needs
  • Boost the immune system
The Burnout Prevention programme
The Burnout Prevention programme
The Burnout Prevention programme forestalls exhaustion and helps manage stress
Healing Spirit
Healing Spirit

Coping with everyday stress, perceiving and expressing our needs, becoming resilient, and alternating between tension and relaxation are all things that we can learn, and which contribute significantly to emotional health.

Yoga & Meditation
Yoga and Meditation

Learning to be aware of our bodies is key for recognising imbalances at an early stage. Conscious breathing is another proactive stress management tool.

Burnout Recovery & Prevention
Consultation and Treatment

The aim is to establish the current status of physical and emotional health in order to determine the best course of action for releasing blockages, improving the immune system and boosting physical and psychological resources.

Ayurvedische Ernährung
Ayurvedic Nutrition

Eating for your Dosha is essential to building up resilience. Health can only be maintained with a functioning digestive system.