Yoga for Chronic Stress | 40 Days of Self Care Program
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Yoga for Chronic Stress | 40 Days of Self Care Program

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Yoga for Chronic Stress | 40 Days of Self Care Program

40 days of Self Care!

Join me for a 40 day program designed around living life fully alive! We will use the tools of Asana Pranayama, Meditation, Ayurveda and self-study.

A three day cleanse specific to you Dosha will be included. You can expect daily guidance, prompts for self inquiry and inspiration from community!  The only requirement is a willingness feel whole as you were meant to!

Why survive when you can thrive?

Yoga for Chronic Stress OR Yoga for modern life? I say it’s all the same!

We tend to think of Chronic Stress or PTSD as a specialized population, when in reality it’s the majority of us.

Even Western Medicine claims that 95% of disease is psychosomatic, as in born from the mind.

We know from Einstein that we can’t solve a problem from the same level of thinking that it was created. We also know that the body is a road map, imprinted and harboring all experiences, pleasurable and traumatic.

So when it comes to healing the body, we must address the mind and visa-versa. This is one reason Yoga is praised for its therapeutic healing.

Yoga is a practice of mind, sometimes physical as in Asana, but always non-physical. It’s ability to profoundly affect overall well being and quality of life are undeniable.

Not only does it reduce, alleviate and prevent structural, phycological, emotional and spiritual suffering but induces self-study, self-control, self-compassion, and above all peace.

Sustained practice leads to more obvious superficial benefits like strength, flexibility, and energy, but also imparts ways of being in the world such as presence, clarity and an overall appetite for living life alive!

Fight or Flight is such a common refrain for our nervous systems, it’s an epidemic so familiar that as a society we don’t even recognized it.

Meditation, Pranayama and Yoga are the number one, two and three antidote to stress reduction and prevention.

These practices invoke the relaxed response in our sympathetic nervous system, which in turn releases the ‘feel good hormones’ such as Serotonin, Dopamine and Oxytocin.

Why survive when you can thrive?