Stress Busters, yoga for stress relief
Yoga can calm the mind, thereby easing stress, anxiety, PTSD, depression and other emotional and physical issues. Yoga Therapist, Deborah Charnes, offers workshops, Stress Busters, appropriate for all, regardless of age or physical ability. Six weekly sessions include breath work, meditation, relaxation, restorative yoga and hatha poses.
Type of Event
The Namaste Counsel is offering a six week series of workshops, one hour/week to help people de-stress and thereby, reduce physical and emotional issues. Classes can be private or small group, and booked ANY DAY/time. Inquire for more details.
$80/session at my studio, for one, two or three people.
$150/session at your place of business or home, for up to 6 people.
Oy vey! The holidays are over, but not the extra pounds or residual tension.
Stress is everywhere. In your car. At work. At home. At the store. We all say we’re stressed out. But, we don’t have to be. It’s a state of mind, and we can change our state of mind, if we put our mind to it.
Stress Busters is offered to people of all ages, regardless of level of physical fitness. Stress Busters will also incorporate tips and readings about easy-to-incorporate lifestyle changes and practices to help manage stress in a stressful world.
Yoga Therapist, Deborah Charnes, will introduce a new workshop series, Stress Busters, appropriate for all adults, regardless of age or physical ability. Six weekly sessions will include breath work, meditation, relaxation, restorative yoga and hatha poses.
Clinical studies have proven that the multiple branches of yoga provide physical benefits for people with a wide range of health needs. Yoga reduces stress, helps control excess eating and contributes to weight management, all of which are critical for those suffering from high blood sugar.
MD Anderson’s Integrative Medicine Center recommends yoga for body and mind health. “Yoga is a quintessential mind-body practice combining movement, controlled breathing, and breathing exercises, and meditation. The focus on the breath in all aspects of yoga helps to reduce stress, leading to a healthy balance between mind and body.”
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