Relax Your Way to Better Health
A Mind-Body Approach to Healing Eating Challenges
Location: The Center for Psychological Health & Well-Being, Amherst NH
Dates: Sundays - September 22, October 20, November 17, and December 15
Time: 1:00 to 4:00 PM
SESSION 1: An Overview of Stress
What is stress and its overall impact on mind-body-spirit
What are some symptoms of stress
Understanding the role of awareness and relaxation
SESSION 2: Stress and the Mind
Creating awareness around thoughts
Understanding choices in times of stress
Learning to make conscious choices that support goals
SESSION 3: Stress and the Body
What is the impact of stress hormones
Understanding the role of stress and relaxation for overall well-being
Learning embodiment practices
SESSION 4: Stress and Spirit
Learning to unpack the need to control
Creating space for acceptance
Deborah Cort and Danielle Ravenelle
The Center for Psychological Health and Well-Being
3 Overlook Drive, Suite C4, Amherst, NH
Danielle and Deborah share a passion for building and healing in community and being of service. Between them they bring a wealth of knowledge and diverse experience with the common thread of enhancing connection with self and creating a life of meaning, health and joy.
Danielle is Co-founder of the Center for Psychological Health and Well-Being. She is trained in sound/vibrational therapy, therapeutic breathwork, meditation, health coaching and she is a certified yoga instructor. Danielle’s current concentration is on conscious parenting, the psychology of eating and connection with the earth. She is interested in the many ways we create, move and consciously shift energy in our lives.
Deborah is a Holistic Health Coach focusing on one-on-one and group coaching. She draws on her background in psychology of eating, integrative nutrition, conscious relationships, SoulCollage, Reiki and spiritual mentoring to provide a rich base for her clients. Go here for more about Deborah.
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