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Stress Free 1-1 Course 

Stress is killing our happiness ! 

Stress is the body's reaction to feeling threatened or under pressure. It's very common, can be motivating to help us achieve things in our daily life, and can help us meet the demands of home, work and family life.

But too much stress can affect our mood, our body and our relationships especially when it feels out of our control. It can make us feel anxious and irritable, and affect our self-esteem. Experiencing a lot of stress over a long period of time can also lead to a feeling of physical, mental and emotional exhaustion, often called burnout.

Long term stress can lead to inflammation in the, or increased activity of the immune system, or immune suppression as its new “normal.” Inflammation and immune suppression are unpredictable and can manifest in many parts of our body, with different consequences. It can affect our gut and digestive health, insulin resistance, muscle weakness, joint pain and many more.


Chronic daily stress is:

Zapping our energy

Causing inflammation

Contributing to hormone decline Making us depressed and anxious Making us unhappy and sad.

Not allowing us to live our true potential What is negative self chat doing to us Eroding confidence and self esteem

Paralysing us into not taking action Limiting us

Boring us

Playing small

You have the power to change this, with the help of my 4 week stress free course. 

We will look at what stress and the responses within our body. We will also explore the psoas muscle which is a powerful hip flexor and spinal stabiliser, and one of the most important skeletal muscles in the body.


We will look at the the Psoas and our anatomy!

The psoas has vast influence throughout the body. Appreciating how it acts with other muscles, integrates with nerves and connects to the diaphragm is key to understanding its involvement in a myriad of issues: from back pain and sciatica to instability and breathing dysfunction.

We will look at the Psoas and our emotions!

Often referred to as the 'fright or flight' muscle, nurturing and freeing the psoas can bring about emotional release. When you experience mental or emotional stress, the psoas will respond by tightening. Examining the psoas' relationship with the nervous system is crucial to understanding how this psycho-emotional influence works.


My 4 week course will be packed with effective techniques for maintaining a healthy Psoas muscle and helping stress including;

Week 1-4 Meditation

Week 1 - Lateral breathing, core strengthening exercises, the pelvic floor and exercises.

Week 2 - Pilates specific exercises for the Psoas, when to stretch and when to strengthen.

Week 3 - Mindful movement, learning to body scan.

Week 4 - Stability and balance training, positive affirmations.

My 4 week course can be done on a 1-1 basis in-person or online via zoom. This course is also available as a corporate package in your workplace.

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