Thank you for taking time out of your busy day to invest in your well being and in your mental health.
I hope that you find these video tutorials helpful. Scroll down to learn a variety of coping skills ways to manage anxiety and stress.
Perhaps you're looking to increase relaxation or to practice mindfulness. If you are a fan of guided imagery, there is a video tutorial for you!
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Hello, my community! I can't wait until the day comes where we can safely meet in person again. Until then, I am excited to meet you virtually.
If you are looking for support during this time, and you're a resident of California, tap my bio for more information about me and how I practice. Or you can call me for a free telephone consultation to determine if we're the right fit for each other!
Thank you for choosing you during this time and for stepping into this journey towards healing.
We naturally store stress in our bodies. Stress can take the form of emotional stress, physical stress, or mental stress. If stored for too long, it becomes a disturbance.
Follow along with me as I guide you through the Lightstream Exercise to release that disturbance in a gentle way to restore the state of calm and comfort to your body.
When we experience stress or anxiety, we often store that stress physically.
Here is a breathing technique that I like to call the deactivating breath or "let it go breath" to help you release that stress. Try it out!
Do you need respite from all the noise around you, from the stress, anxiety, or negative emotions you're experiencing? Let's go to your Calm Place together!
Here I will use guided imagery to support you in discovering your calm place, a place entirely your own to escape to when you need a few minutes to relax.
If you are feeling overwhelmed with "doing" or experiencing pressure to be productive, you are not alone. Many believe producing to be part of coping skills. I invite you to simply notice it, and try "being."
Here you will learn a mindfulness technique on becoming aware of your experience of stress and anxiety.
Let's kick off May: Mental Health Awareness Month by engaging in self care. You can remind yourself to practice self care by practicing "HALT!"
In this simple practice, you check yourself by asking yourself: am I feeling...
Try it out today!
My practice is full at this time. I look forward to connecting with you in the future. Please take care!