Active Movement to Ease Anxiety Series
A common misconception about anxiety is that it'll be resolved if you can "just calm down." While an anxious brain does benefit from being nudged towards stillness, the more introspective practices typically associated with creating calm aren't always the most effective for a truly agitated mind. In fact, rather than expecting to drop into a state of zen, taking a more gradual route is often more approachable and yields better results. In this class series, we’ll move actively enough to give the mind a tangible point of focus and burn off some of that anxious energy, but not so actively that we tip into overstimulation and inadvertently feed the beast. Use these classes anytime you find yourself ruminating, catastrophizing, fretting or generally feeling agitated or out of sorts.