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The True Purpose of Stress. How to Master It And Have Fun With It. ​

This event was amazing! Love you all <3 In this 1.5 - 2 hour interactive class, we'll cover what you haven't been taught and no one is talking about, then teach you how to make stress your greatest ally. This introduction to our virtual workshops is free to attend. Sunday, February 4 @ 1PM, EST.

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The True Purpose of Stress. How to Master It And Have Fun With It.  ​
The True Purpose of Stress. How to Master It And Have Fun With It.  ​

Time & Location

Feb 04, 2024, 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM EST

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About the event

In this 1.5 - 2 hour interactive class, we'll cover what you haven't been taught and don't realize about stress, then teach you how to make it your greatest ally.

You'll learn:

  • What stress actually IS, what triggers it in the first place, and why it isn't something to fear or avoid.
  • How to work WITH stress so it doesn't feel so...  stressful.
  • How to experience stress in the moment, in a mind-friendly, emotion-friendly, and body-friendly way.
  • How to use stress to identify and act on your real, authentic desires.
  • How to calm and train your nervous system to be resilient to future stresses.
  • Why to get excited whenever a stress arises.
  • Take-aways you can use anytime, anywhere.

With education and practice up front, and open discussion and Q+A at the end.

A Google Meet linked invitation to the workshop will follow via email.  

Everyone is welcome. Come as you are!   

* Wear something comfortable - this session is interactive and body + mind focused. 

* A way to take notes may be helpful. 

* Feel free to bring a hot beverage.  

* Please mute your microphone if you have kids, pets or roommates that may make noise in the background.

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    Complimentary workshop: The True Purpose of Stress and How to Not Only Master it, But Have Fun with it. 1.5 - 2 hours Including Q+A

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