Have you ever found yourself in a situation where your to-do list seems endless, deadlines are fast approaching and you find yourself saying ‘Eek! I feel stressed!’?
Stress affects us all. You may notice symptoms of stress when disciplining your kids, during busy times at work, when managing your finances, or when coping with a challenging relationship.
Stress is everywhere. And while a little stress is OK... some stress is actually beneficial... too much stress can wear you down and make you sick, both mentally and physically. At some point or another everyone experiences stress and if left to get out of control (without appropriate coping mechanisms) the long-term effects of stress can devastating:
A recent article in The Telegraph documents that researchers have found that people aged 65 or older were five times more likely to die within the six year follow-up period if they had high levels of stress hormones.
‘’It’s important we all try and find ways to cope with stress which don’t involve unhealthy habits that increase (the) risk of heart disease, such as smoking, drinking too much alcohol and eating foods high in saturated fat and salt.”
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Workshops at The University of Nottingham
Retreat - Style Yoga Workshops in Nottingham run for 3 hours and cover the following areas:
Pranayama (breathing exercises), Asana (physical practice of yoga), Mediation, Mindfulness, philosophy and Ayurveda (in future workshops).
August 13th @ The University of Nottingham
September 17th @ The University of Nottingham
During Retreat - Style Workshops with Balance Your Being you will:
-Be receiving authentic teachings
-Have a better knowledge of the self
-Learn about aromatherapy oils that aid stress-relief and promote relaxation
-Be able to interact and ask questions with our special guests