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Stress Management Classes

Hey there my beautiful friend,

If you're feeling stressed out right now, I want to invite you to simply take a minute to breathe with me. Take a deep breath in and on your exhale let out a big sigh of relief.

Now I'd like to invite you simply take a moment to notice your body. Are you clenching your jaw? Are your sholders raised? Maybe your tightening your stomach without realizing it. 

If you're doing any of these things right now, take another deep breath in and on your exhale simply drop your sholders, relax your jaw, and allow your stomach to soften. 

Amazing. Now that we've taken the time to let our bodies know that they're safe, I'd love to tell you all about my stress management classes.

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Perspective Shift

"You can't think your way out of feeling stressed, you can only feel your way out."

Laura Lee Peters

Stress is something that everyone experiences, but it becomes problematic when it starts to negatively impact our mental health, our relationships, or our careers.

Thankfully, there are endless ways of learning to not only better manage our stress levels, but to also rewire our nervous systems to become calmer in situations that would normally activate our stress response. 

There are many different causes of stress but together we can get to the root of what's causing you to feel stressed so that we can create a plan of action that'll help you to better manage stress when it comes up. 

Some of the ways that I can support you in doing that include:

1. Teach you about the foods and supplements that can help to support and heal your nervous system

2. Show you simple vagus nerve exercises that will help you to start feeling calmer within minutes 

3. Do theatre improv and co-regulation games that will help you to practice facing your stress in a safe environment


4. Help you to create simple organizational tools that will help you to better manage your time

5. Help you to understand why you respond the way that you do so that you can start choosing to respond differently in stressful situations

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Perspective Shift

"Trying to think your way out of feeling stressed is like putting gasoline on fire - it only makes it grow."

Laura Lee Peters

How I know that these stress management techniques work

From first hand experience & 10+ years of research 

As somone who's suffered with lifelong anxiety I know with all of my heart and soul that the techniques I teach in my classes work because I've used each and every single one of them to help heal my nervous system, rewire my mind and transform the way that I manage stressful situations.

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Besides personal experience, I've also had the opportunity to share the tools and information that I've learned about stress management techniques within a professional setting since 2017. 

I've been able to witness the most incredible transformations in people that like me, thought that there was no solution to their stress and or anxiety. 

The hope, the healing, the joy, and the relief that people have experienced from these techniques has made me believe in them that much more than if I only had my own experiences to share. 

If I can learn how to better manage my stress levels and so can the people that I've shared this information with, then I know with all of my hear and soul that you can too!

How do my stress management classes work?

I offer 30 minute sessions which cost $35. 

I also offer 60 minute sessions which cost $60. 

In each session you'll learn simple nervous system regulation exercises along with additional tools that will be chosen based on your specific causes of stress. I reccomend starting with an hour long session because that will give us the time to talk about your stressors and also do some of the exercises. 

I also reccomned doing at least 3 to 4 sessions in order to have a variety of vagus nerve exercises to work with.

If you'd like to know more about how my sessions work or if you'd simply like to book a consultation with me, simply press the button below. 

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