Ruane Bioenergetics can help you deal with the daily stresses that work brings, whether that be through email, phonecall or deadlines

Ruane Bioenergetics can help you deal with the daily stresses that work brings, whether that be through email, phonecall or deadlines.

Paula Ruane started Ruane Bioenergetics back in 2012, after spending many years working on self-orchestrated projects to help people find a way to be able to cope with the inevitable stresses of day-to-day life.

She has succeeded in creating a system that auspiciously targets the health problems that occupy so many people in today’s world of work.

Ruane Bioenergetics therapeutic system focuses on a unique three-step process that identifies, resolves and equips people to cope with the effects of stress and can help to dramatically improve the efficiency and productivity of staff, therefore tackling the high levels of absenteeism and low productivity prevalent in a working environment.

The system looks at symptoms and patterns of stress, techniques for treatment and management of emotions by using new techniques to push yourself to use the parts of your brain that focus on your mid-level to high-level control, moving away from the ‘reflex/instinct’ part of your brain which is where your thoughts and emotions lie when you are stressed.


Here you can see the difference in rhythms when you are stressed, versus when you practice being calmer using HeartMath technology.

To help overcome these stress issues and take ownership of your mid-level to high-level control, Paula practices the cutting-edge HeartMath technology training which enables people to control their heart rhythms and manage stress using tools and techniques which are the foundations of decades of scientific research.

The course offers a range of bespoke HeartMath technology workshops which last from one hour to a full day. Paula offers one-to-one sessions which hone in on the reasons behind your stress and work on methods to work through them, and also group training sessions for up to 15 members of staff which can also include assessments which will identify individuals who need additional support and 1:1 training.

The courses are extremely effective and have received commendable feedback from a wide range of businesses and individuals.

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Clients have reported better sleep, reduced anxiety and muscle tension and less negative emotions, all of which has improved their work.

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Rebecca joined the HRreview editorial team in January 2016. After graduating from the University of Sheffield Hallam in 2013 with a BA in English Literature, Rebecca has spent five years working in print and online journalism in Manchester and London. In the past she has been part of the editorial teams at Sleeper and Dezeen and has founded her own arts collective.