With the current crisis pushing our anxiety levels to an all-time high and the feeling of uncertainty and chaos bleeding into every aspect of our lives, it’s not surprising that we are craving a moment of Zen.
The truth is stress can be a killer!
Chronic stress is linked to six of the leading causes of death: heart disease, cancer, respiratory disorders, accidental injuries, cirrhosis of the liver and suicide. According to the American Psychological Association, more than 75 percent of all physicians’ office visits are for stress-related ailments and complaints.
Chronic stress can affect your brain, suppress your thyroid, cause blood sugar imbalances, decrease bone density and muscles tissue, raise blood pressure, reduce your immunity and ability to heal, and increase fat deposits around your abdomen that are associated with heart attacks, strokes and elevate “bad” cholesterol.
Add to this fact mix a pandemic of epic proportions that has us reeling emotionally, financially, socially, and physically.
We are worried, uncertain, and overwhelmed about keeping our jobs, keeping our loved ones safe and preserving our own health and sanity.
We know movement can be magic for our minds and bodies but lately, our exercise regimes might be out the window as we gaze out from our home offices longing for in-person interaction and the social life we once had.
This is why, now more than ever, we need to take a few Moments of Zen.
For years I’ve been listening to my students happily leave practice at the studio commenting on how relaxed and chill they feel. I’ve been wondering how to infuse that feeling into a short soundbite-type practice that anyone can access anytime, anywhere.
This training will teach you how to access your Zen no matter where you are, from sitting in your car during a traffic jam to lying in bed at night worrying. You will master a simple yet powerful set of breath and movement practices that enable you to reclaim your peaceful, relaxed self– in just ten minutes or less.
These breathing techniques and mindful movements can help to:
lower your blood pressure
lower your heart rate
regain your focus
reduce stiffness & muscle tension
instill a sense of calm
boost your immune system
improve lung function
For over 20 years, I have lead thousands of her students through practices like these offered in Moments of Zen to reduce stress & anxiety, let go of feeling stiff & stuck and re-connect to their chill, focused selves again.
This is for you if you:
struggle with staying focused and on-point during your work shift
feel anxious and overwhelmed to the point that you want to stay in bed or get in your car and drive, just drive
have 10 minutes or less to check out from work and check in to feeling better in your mind & body
This is not for you if you:
prefer to stay stuck in a pattern of fight or flight
cannot take a break for at least 3 minutes of day
feel that procrastinating your self-care is working for you
Life is stressful. Moments of Zen can help you manage your chronic stress in short, simple practices you can do anywhere, anytime. We can combat the negative effects of stress and find balance again with the techniques and practices offered in Moments of Zen.
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Meet Your Expert
Judy Heany, Master Yoga & Pilates Teacher, Licensed Massage Therapist & owner of Balance Cape May, has helped thousands of her students tame anxiety and stress over the past two decades through breathwork, mediation and yoga practices. Judy is no stranger to stress and anxiety and has used the techniques in Moments of Zen to help her during her most challenging times – including cancer treatment, divorce and now a pandemic. Moments of Zen was created from her deep desire to share these tools and allow others to find peace amongst the chaos.
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