Munch on Stress

Munch on Stress

Munch on Stress is a team-building program using art as a strategy for workplace stress management.

Intention? To teach your team how the joyful processes of art-making and everyday mindfulness and meditation can reduce their stress at work and enrich their spirits.


“If you want to have clean ideas, change them as often as you change your shirt.”

Edvard Munch


Munch believed in the transformative power of art-making and creativity for effective thinking. This crucial idea is the foundation for this fresh team-building program that will invigorate your team’s spirit and attitudes towards workplace stress, and give them tools for everyday workplace happiness.

Do you think stress is unrelated to problem solving? Think again. We will explore how our imaginations can be used to find clean ideas, and how creative problem solving is a stress relieving tool itself.

One method explored in Munch on Stress is a creative problem-solving activity that teaches team members to disengage from the stress of a problem and instead engage another part of their brains to find a positive, creative solution.

The program also uses meditation and mindfulness alongside art-making to provide team members with the personal skills to identify and reduce their stress. This too is approached with problem solving in mind; overall the goal is to give your team a range of tools to tackle any workplace situation they may find stressful using the artillery of problem solving and creative thinking.

Wyeth Munch on Stress

Curious to know more?

To enquire about this program and discover how I can inspire your team, send me an email at or call (+61) 02 9818 7471



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Personal Development

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