As the holidays come to an end and the new year begins, the lingering pandemic and economic uncertainty leave many people feeling stressed, anxious and overwhelmed. “When you suffer from anxiety, your sympathetic nervous system becomes overactive. It can also lead to physical symptoms such as high blood pressure,” says nationally-renowned Breathworker Meg Karth. Coach and thought leader for peak performance and optimal health. “These problems can be debilitating, but there are ways to live a healthy, vibrant, peaceful and productive life.”
Kars, a specialist in applied neurology and founder of Boundless Breath NJ, a business dedicated to the practice and education of neurologically-based breathing techniques, will participate in a three-month ” Breathe To Heal program. His 90-minute interactive sessions are held virtually every Thursday from 9:00-10:30 am or 4:30-6:00 pm EST via Zoom.
“Breathing is a powerful tool for improving your health. Through breathwork, you can improve your once unconscious responses such as heart rate, brain oxygenation, digestive and immune system function, stress levels, and how you feel overall. “Most people find that changing their breathing can improve many health problems and move them from states of anxiety and fatigue to states of calm, peace and focus.” is not recognized.”
The goal of this program is to develop a healthy, balanced and more resilient nervous system. Through guided sessions, participants will learn: Body-based grounding exercises to reduce stress. A neurological tool for dealing with threats to the nervous system. Strategies that work instantly with triggers. And a daily anxiety-reducing routine that can dramatically improve your mood and brain function in just a few minutes each day. , helps promote a sense of peace and confidence.
The registration link is at https://www.boundlessbreathnj.com/breathtoheal-1.
For more information, please contact Meg Kalls by emailing email@example.com. The phone number is (732) 708-3232.
Those who should attend include parents, teachers, therapists, business owners, those experiencing anxiety or overwhelm, those who want to improve their coping strategies and personal strengths, and those who want better health in general, but It is not limited to these.
About Meg Callus
Megan is all about the science and magic of breathing. She brings the highest level of knowledge, the latest science, and practical experience to others, whether it is the physical or emotional body, so that others can live better. Megan has spent the past decade studying applied neuroanatomy and breathwork, specializing in breath training (aka breathwork), using breath to reduce stress and heal the body. I teach my clients how. She focuses on neurology, biochemistry, biomechanics, and the psychosocial components of respiration, teaching and utilizing scientifically researched and validated practices for their health benefits. Her practice employs different breathing techniques and movements that activate specific brain regions to help with anxiety, depression, trauma, long covid, respiratory dysfunction (such as asthma and sleep apnea), chronic fatigue, and more. reduce symptoms associated with health problems. Lack of endurance. She works virtual and in person, and is currently training guidance counselors and psychotherapists on how to use different breathing techniques with clients.