SKILL OF STRESS
THE SKILL OF STRESS ONLINE COURSE
LEARN HOW TO READ AND REGULATE YOUR STATE WITH PHYSIOLOGY AND BREATH TRAINING
REINFORCE PATTERNS OF RESILIENCE WITH NEUROPLASTICITY
Lack of skills to deal with stress are the problem.
Depression, anxiety, insomnia, fatigue, attention deficits, communication difficulties and many other health issues are not created by stress.
They are problems that arise from the poor management of stress.
Which one of these natural human conditions are you ready to recondition with an intrinsic shift in how you manage stress?
What would it mean to you and the people in your life if you were more available, present and energized regardless of stress or circumstance?
This course provides you with the science and skills needed to understand how to condition your nervous system for healthy patterns of response to stress of any kind.
• How to read your response to a range of stressful situations because awareness is fundamental to executing your skills.
• To disrupt your habitual patterns of reactivity to stressors and read the moment more accurately so that you are reacting to the situation rather than your stories.
• Ways to tune into and trust what your breath, body and brain are telling you because your body whispers before it screams.
• What your stress Window of Tolerance is as knowing this will help you manage your stress load.
• Skills to regulate your stress response to make stress work for you, not against you.
• How to reinforce your new response patterns through the power of neuroplasticity and habit science.
“I learned more in one session with Emily than in 8 weeks with the V.A.” ~ Libby
• 80-page workbook.
• 20 downloadable and printable posters employing breath, vision and body mechanics protocols designed to help you regulate your state
“As a coach and athlete, I use the breathwork Emily gave me every day. The most valuable tool I learned is downregulating during and after a workout. My physical performance improved from the mental relaxation and ease found by controlling my breath.” ~ John P.
“Creating a breath practice is essential for regulating your nervous system. We can’t avoid stress, but we can use it to our advantage if we have the skills.”
~ Emily Hightower