Welcome to Yoga for Anxiety Series, led by Intuitive Living founder Cinthia Torres.
When things get out of control, too fast, too busy, too much, we often give too much energy to what's already happened, and what's about to happen. Both places where we can't make much of a difference. So of course, we feel anxious. And sometimes this can spiral to something bigger. Something far short of where we want to be, moving easily and happily through right now, creating what we want in our lives.
How do we make this all easier? Luckily there are some simple, every day and every situation practices, that can make this real in your body, and your life.
The practices in this series give everything you need, in all kinds of situations, to bring you back to here, so you can make here really good. You'll put your energy where it counts, where you have the ability to make a difference. It all begins simply, with the buildings blocks of your being - softness, connection, sensitivity, movement in harmony, ease, peace.
Or course if you're pregnant, and for everyone, please always check with your doctor first. It's helpful to get advice from a qualified professional who knows your particular history.
Week 1: Morning Practice for Calm and Ease Week 2: Pre-Meeting, Pre-Everything, Get Ready Week 3: Start Softness Break Week 4: Change Your Relationship with Challenge Week 5: Nighttime Peace and Tranquility Practice Week 6: Slow Down, Soften, Feel, Respond
Cinthia is the founder of Intuitive Living, a new and fresher approach to integrative health and wellness. Her journey in the path of healthy lifestyle started when she was first introduced to yoga back in college.
Her experience practicing yoga has transformed her relationship with her body. When she’s not teaching yoga, you can find her doing intuitive eating coaching, salsa dancing, or taking her pup Mac out on walks. Introducing yoga to others brings her great joy and inspiration!
On a geeky note, Cinthia holds a Masters in Global Health Sciences from the University of California, San Francisco, with a minor in Women’s Health; and a certification as an integrative health coach from the School of Medicine at Duke University.