Let’s face it: In these modern times of technology overloads, it’s so important to find new ways to achieve relaxation and quiet the mind. Since the mind, body and soul are inextricably connected, meditation can give you peace.
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Most forms of exercise involve being sweaty, feeling drained and heavy breathing. You’ll be happy to know that there is a form of exercise that will not only boost your health but also help you to relax after a tiring day. Put your running shoes down for now and grab a yoga mat, for a life changing the experience.
Trauma Release Exercises, or TRE uses seven exercises to release the psoas muscle. This is the deepest and largest muscle in the body. This powerful muscle holds physical, emotional, and mental stress that we carry in our bodies over the course of our lives.
Since, I am doing my very best to live a stress free life, I thought I would share some information on the 3 stages of stress. The more aware we are of our coping mechanisms, and our stress levels, them more we are able to keep calm, and keep our stress under control.
A sound journey is a guided ambient meditation with live instruments and sacred chants to help you let go and journey to connect with the Source within.
When you’re on the edge of your seat the whole time, walking on eggshells or just stressed and anxious all day, it’s not doing your health any favours.
While it’s true that the stress response is actually your body’s way of getting you out of life or death situations, when you’re not able to turn the stress response off, it’s devastating.