HeartMath is the teaching of science-based techniques that change the way your body's physiology responds in stressful situations. Then, automatic stress reactions won't dictate how you feel, respond or perform, whether you're at work or at home.  

Learning these techniques and practicing them often will allow them to become familiar and automatic, which will help to build your resilience and give you the ability to maintain your composure and clarity, even in challenging situations.  

My role is to teach you these techniques and help you to understand when and how to apply them and how to sustain yourself during and after any challenging situation or interaction.  

You've likely experienced times when you feel you don't have much energy and feel like you're drained, wiped out or running on fumes. Think of a time you have felt like that and notice how it affected you and those around you. 

It's common when your energy is low to find it difficult to think clearly, perform tasks well and bounce back. These are all indicators that your resilience is low. Resilience can be thought of as the capacity to prepare for, recover from and adapt to stress, challenge or adversity. When you are resilient, you are able to bounce back and recoup faster after a challenging situation. This helps offset much of the lingering wear and tear that affects not only you, but your family, friends and co-workers as well. By building greater resilience capacity you'll be better prepared, have greater flexibility, make smarter decisions and keep a cool head in challenging situations or whatever arises.  

Having greater resilience doesn't mean you will not find yourself in difficult situations. What it does mean is you'll have an internal capacity that will give you the strength and resolve to handle whatever comes up.  

When you learn and apply these energy-management skills, you can increase your capacity to build your energy reserves. You then have more energy to draw from when you need it. If you do not monitor and manage your energy, you can become depleted, making it more difficult to deal with a situation.  

You can think of your current level of resilience as the amount of energy you have stored in your inner battery and from which you can draw to handle your daily challenges and tasks. Resilience is the energy you have available to use not only physically, but also mentally and emotionally. When you have a high level of resilience or a fully charged inner battery, you have greater capacity to remain calm, think clearly and be in control of your emotions so you don't overreact. In other words, you can more easily "roll with the punches" and flow through challenges rather than become stressed, which further drains your energy reserves.  

Similar to a drained car battery, when your inner battery is depleted, there isn't energy to draw from when you need it, making it difficult to be at your best and respond well in tough, and sometimes, in very ordinary situations. You will also very likely end up draining even more energy. In the end this affects the people around you.  

The key is to manage how you spend and renew your energy. The goal is to not waste energy and to effectively replenish the energy that you use.  

Life is moving so fast. Today’s world has become increasingly complex, challenging and at times uncertain. As a result many of us can feel stressed and overwhelmed affecting our sleep, health, relationships, performance and the overall quality of our lives. Doing more than just keeping up, thriving and not just surviving, takes new skills and approaches. HeartMath has been caringly created to help manage the day-to-day challenges we all face.

The HeartMath System of techniques is used by hundreds of thousands of individuals worldwide, thousands of health professionals and hundreds of companies, health-care systems, educational institutions and government agencies.

Following are some of the most important benefits of reducing stress.

  • Helps eliminate unnecessary energy drain
  • Maintains stored resiliency
  • Impatience, irritability, anger decrease
  • Improves physical and mental health
  • Greater access to intuition
  • Memory, focus, other brain functions improve
  • More energy in daytime, restful sleep at night

This program will include 5 private sessions. Each session length will be 30-60 minutes and can vary depending on your main focus and goals. Everyone has different stressors, health challenges and things that are important to them. This program is great for anyone and many teenagers have seen vast improvements in these areas:

  • Ability to focus
  • Grades
  • Decision making
  • Time management, organizational skills and deadlines
  • Attitude, anxiety and thought patterns
  • Memory

Some of the physical benefits include:

  • Less body aches, pains, tension, migraines and upset stomach
  • Decreased use of alcohol, drugs and cigarettes
  • Fewer colds and infections
  • Improvement in feelings of exhaustion, low energy and fatigue
  • More restful sleep
  • Better eating habits resulting in not eating too much or too little and making better food choices
  • Cuts down on nail biting, teeth grinding, hair twirling, pencil chewing and other fidgeting behaviors

There are many different ways your emotions and stress can affect your mind, body and relationships. Think of some of the mental, physical and behavioral ways you react when you are feeling stressed. As troublesome as it is, it can actually be an opportunity for learning. Pay attention to the signs of stress like anxiety, headaches, nausea or becoming annoyed. Those signs alert you to the fact you may be experiencing stress and can give you valuable clues about what kinds of things trigger stress for you and the unique ways that you respond. These are the times you want to use the techniques you will learn.  

This is the final piece of the puzzle- you eat well, exercise and now you can manage your stress to feel incredible and live life to the fullest! 

Package includes 4 individual appointments.  

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