Introduction: Stress-Relief Course

Studying can be the most inspiring, joyful and creative thing to do. However, it can also be extremely stressful. In fact, many students struggle a lot and feel constantly stressed by their studies. Symptoms of stress can be, for example: creative blocks, anxiety, panic attacks, procrastination, fatigue and complete exhaustion or a lack of concentration – just to name a few.

How to deal with the stress of tight deadlines, the pressure of wanting to perform well, and with the fear of failure? In this course, I want to show you how yoga and meditation can help you to cope with stress – and to let it go.

By learning to become more aware of your body and physical sensations, of the way your thoughts run around in your mind, by learning to focus on your breath and become still, you will be able to deeply relax. You have the chance to move beyond self-doubt and to connect to your self, to find an inner balance that will help you to meet the challenges of your studies.

We will do both energising and calming exercises, which will help you to relax and to gain new energy for daily life.

Sometimes you can’t change the outside circumstances (for example the workload, the deadline, the difficulty of your subject, …) but you can always change the way you relate to them. Awareness is the first step to do so, and that’s all what Kundalini Yoga is about in the end: becoming more aware.

Experience it for yourself and come to a class. I am looking forward to meet you.

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Come to the first class the 21st of September and decide whether you want to sign up for the whole course and get a small discount!

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