Class 6: Let go… And really relax!

Often, what really stresses us are not the stressful things that happen in our lives, but the fact that we don’t know how to properly relax.

When there is really a lot of tough stuff going on in our lives, we mostly do one of the two things: either we run away from it, we escape under our blanket or into a movie, we eat comfort food or drink to make ourselves feel better or forget about the problems for a while. Or, we power through it, we work all day and all night, we don’t stop fixing and doing and fighting.

Both options put a tremendous pressure on our nervous system – constantly activating the fight or flight mode. We are constantly over-stimulated. This leads to the fact that we are having a hard time to rewind, to let go, and we become more vulnerable to stressful situations.

We need to let go of all that stored up tension regularly! In this weeks class, we will learn to let go and relax in a healthy and healing way. A deep and conscious relaxation of our body helps to get us in balance again. By strengthening our nervous system, we become more resistant to stress in general.

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Class 5: Breathe the stress away.

Did you know that the best and most effective tool for stress management is always available wherever you are, is absolutely for free, and super easy to use? You guessed it: It’s your breath. Most of the time, we take it for granted. Only think of it when we rushed somewhere and are out of breath. That’s a pity, because really, controlling the breath is the key to control your mental and emotional state – and to release stress!

Breathing consciously is the quickest way to connect with the energy and force of life itself. It gives energy and calms down and helps us to be in the present moment. In this week’s class we will dive into the technique of pranayama, breathing, and we will experience the immense power of it.

Now: Inhale deeply. A little bit more. Hold it. Exhale deeply. Then let the air flow into you again. Sense it. Life is a gift.

“When the breath of life becomes short, you
become short-tempered. When the breath of life becomes
long and deep, you understand who you are.” (Yogi Bhajan)

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