Stress & Anxiety Reduction Meditation and Breathwork

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Live, Online sessions via Zoom
Reduce Toxic Stress in Your Body and Gain Control Over Anxiety

Toxic stress and anxiety have a biochemical impact on your body.

High cortisol levels, brain fog, high blood pressure, desperate alertness, and fear-based thinking all impact your ability to sleep, stay mentally and emotionally healthy, impact weight-gain, nervous system regulation and decision making skills (Mayo Clinic).

Live, online meditation and breathwork sessions contribute to and assist your ability to relax, stay present (instead of lost in excessive thinking), reduce stress-induced behaviors such as restlessness and panic, and deactivate anxiety.

Everyone is encouraged to lie down and be comfortable during the meditation session, however, sitting up will have the same impact.

All are welcome to stay after the meditation for questions about the brain-body and to share their experiences. 

 

It's all connected. Lets learn how to impact, in a positive way, our entire Being, from the inside out.

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Rajni helped me to develop a daily meditation practice that has deeply transformed how I move through the world. I had carried a lot of tightness and stress from my work as a lawyer.

My work with Rajni has helped me to feel grounded in sheer turbulence, but I discovered that what she offers is so much more than simply a coping mechanism for a stressful job.

 

I find that I am now less caught up in the drama and posturing that I encounter in litigation and instead am empowered to find that space between action and reaction, to sustain the stillness so necessary to perceiving our own wisdom, and to more intelligently craft my own responses and behavior.

 

Through working with Rajni, I’ve found a new sovereignty that I had not experienced before.  Tanya Senanayake, Litigation Attorney

Rajni’s weekly meditations help me feel embodied. My day-to-day work can be stressful at times. I observe that I am less aware of sensations when I am moving from an anxious place: smells, tastes, and sounds are less vivid.

 

After meditation with Rajni I love to put on soft music, cook myself a meal, and revel in my renewed ability to tap into joy.

 

Rajni’s lifelong meditation is evident in the way she seems to meet me, however I show up, and remind me that my center exists and remains accessible always.

 

I know Rajni can hold space for those both new to and established in a mindfulness practice; she’s been holding space for me since 2013! - Chad D. Byron, Economic Crimes Paralegal for the US Attorney’s Office

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