Date(s) - 12/01/2020 - 12/22/2020
10:00 am - 11:00 am
This class is online via Zoom. Zoom links will be sent after you register (use the registration form at bottom of this page).
Can you measure your level of stress by the height of your shoulders?
For most of us, stress has a direct impact on the comfort of our neck, shoulders and back. While you can’t control the world around you, you can control your response to stress.
In this series, you will:
- Restore balance in your nervous system to decrease stress, improve sleep and allow you to better meet the demands of your life
- Learn how to use movement as a way to release stress, as well as your neck, shoulders and back
- Become aware of habits of holding your breath and tensing muscles, and how to be in control of this so you can enjoy more ease in your body and life
You’ll leave feeling refreshed and have stress-relief tools you can use anywhere to help calm your mind and soothe your body.
This class is primarily done sitting in a chair. Everyone welcome, including wheel chair users.
Class Meets Online for 4 Tuesdays: December 1, 8, 15 & 22
What People Are Saying…
The movements you taught us with the hands have been so helpful. I use them now when I have trouble falling asleep. I start doing it and then it’s suddenly the next morning! ~Jill G.
This class is like a kind of meditation. I find it really calming. I walk out feeling more relaxed and mellow. ~ Carl G.
Audio Recordings: Register for the whole series and you’ll receive audio recordings of every class. That way if you miss a class, you can do the recording later.
50% Off for 2nd Person: If there’s a second person in your house who wants to do class with you, they can come at half price. Simply select 2 spaces in the pulldown, then enter “Duo” in the coupon code box.
30% Off for Low Income: With so many people under financial hardship due to COVID-19, I’m offering 30% off to those who need it. When you register, enter “30%” in the coupon code box. If this is not within your means, please contact me—I want classes to be accessible to everyone.