Feeling anxious is so much part of our daily lives that we almost forget how limiting it can be.
You might be used to living a stressful life, but if your worries have become overwhelming or interfere with your daily tasks, you might be suffering from anxiety.
Or, maybe, you’ve struggled with anxiety for a long time. You’re concerned about having panic attacks or being judged by others. You’re restless, your muscles are tense, your heart races, and you have a hard time getting a good night’s sleep.
You’re not living the life you want.
I know exactly how you feel. For three years, anxiety controlled my life. I worried about bridges collapsing and planes falling from the sky. I suffered through panic attacks where my heart would race and I would sweat and cry uncontrollably. I had thoughts I believed to be true, but knew were irrational. I was exhausted trying to be everything to everyone.
Talk therapy and antidepressants were the first tools I used to manage my anxiety.
But it was yoga that helped me heal for good.
The techniques I learned keep me anchored in the present moment and I now accept myself for who I am. I have become more relaxed and happy, and I believe yoga can do the same for you.
If you want relief from the painful grip that anxiety has on you and you are ready to take back control of your life, our Yoga for Anxiety program is exactly what you need.
In each of our sessions together you’ll learn a sense of wellbeing and peace of mind. You’ll receive compassionate support as you learn basic yoga postures, breathing exercises, and mindfulness techniques. As a result of working through our Yoga for Anxiety program, you’ll learn how to:
- Focus your mind on the present moment
- Reduce your heart rate
- Relax your body
- Feel more balanced and grounded
- Regain control of your life
- Integrate these tools into your daily life
If you are ready to get grounded, reconnect with yourself, and feel happier, schedule a free consultation. Email me, Michele Lyman—the owner of Serenity Yoga— personally at firstname.lastname@example.org.