Relaxed + Rooted

Therapeutic Yoga for Anxiety Relief

If you are feeling stressed, anxious, overwhelmed, stuck in your head, frazzled,  ruminative, ungrounded, unable to unwind, or like you’re revving or spinning, then this series may be for you.

This series includes six 90-minute yoga classes

We spend time doing breathwork, reflection and restorative yoga poses that help us move out of our head and into our body, bringing more connection to the parasympathetic nervous system.

The intention of this series is in the title: creating a practice that allows you to move into deep relaxation and a sense of rootedness within yourself, allowing you to relate to your anxiety off the mat in an embodied way.

No prior yoga experience necessary.

Time & Dates:

Next Series TBD
(Current Series Underway)

Place:

The Heart Center
1170 Broad Street, Regina (in person)

Exchange:

TBD

Limited space.
Attendance in all 6 classes is requested. No drop-ins. 

*Covered by most insurance providers – ask us how*
*Scholarship/sliding scale space available*

Facilitated By:

Kellsey Calhoon, Registered Psychologist and Yoga Teacher

Why Yoga for Anxiety? Here are just a few reasons:

– Yoga, meditation, mindfulness and breathwork have been found to play significant roles in regulating our stress response, or the parasympathetic nervous system. It can help bring us out of “Fight or Flight” mode back into safety and connection with ourselves and others.

– Anxiety is not who we are, but rather a powerful emotional pattern. Yoga can support us in resetting our emotional wiring and building new body experiences. 

 – Anxiety tends to be future-oriented. Yoga, meditation, mindfulness and breathwork are practices that bring us into the present moment, returning us to our bodies and helping us find safety and trust within.

– Yoga addresses the mind-body relationship. So often we may have a relaxed body, and a jacked-up mind, or vice versa. Yoga helps to support muscular relaxation while also lowering the emotional reactivity of the mind, and bring the body and mind into harmony.

– Present-moment awareness allows us to become more aware of the unpleasant sensations in our body and the automatic thinking patterns of our mind. The practice of yoga helps us to increase our tolerance for the discomfort of our sensations or emotions, and helps us learn how to step out of negative and unhelpful thinking patterns.

Please complete the form below, or e-mail us at contact@thishumanthing.com,  if you are interested in signing up, or would like more info!

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