Stress is your body’s reaction to change.
Sometimes stress is good.
For instance, let’s say you begin an exercise program. Your heart beats faster, you sweat, you want to slow down, but you keep going. Suddenly, you’re delighted to find your body in better shape. This is stress at work in a good way.
But for most people, stress is bad.
Bad stress can result from a major incident in your life or from an accumulation of a million little things. Your body reacts in the same way. Your heart beats faster, you sweat, you know you should slow down, but you keep going. Suddenly, you’re dismayed to find your body has developed symptoms such as hypertension, weight gain or a weakened immune system.
Let me teach you simple techniques to reset your stress levels even in the midst of chaos.
Together we will re-program behavior patterns and reactions that trigger your body’s response to the accumulation of stress. You’ll gain serenity, peace and a sense of wellbeing— as well as skills that protect rather than harm. Once learned, they will be yours to use at your will—for the rest of your life.