We live in a society where stress is considered the norm, or ‘just a part of life’, something you just ‘have to deal with’, or ‘get over’. Stress and anxiety are physiological events that can be greatly influenced by how we think, breathe, eat and move.

In this workshop, you will learn how to control the symptoms of anxiety and stress with simple meditation and breathwork techniques. You’ll learn the basic neuroscience that drives anxiety and stress as well as the biological responses that happen with meditation and breathwork to reduce those symptoms.

Learn tools and techniques that are clinically proven to help reduce the symptoms of stress and anxiety and feel better!

This workshop is presented by our Program Manager, Elizabeth McNeil. Elizabeth holds a Master Degree in Counseling and worked for many years in the mental health field while living in Memphis, TN. She worked as a therapist for inpatient and outpatient settings having worked with people who struggle with substance abuse as well as anxiety and depression. As a Physical Therapist Assistant, she continues to use her counseling skills to help people manage stress, anxiety and depression around a physical limitation, injury or surgery recovery. As a yoga teacher for over 20 years, she has found yoga, meditation and breathwork to be the perfect blending of the best of counseling and physical therapy, bringing balance to the body and mind.

Everyone is welcome. No experience is needed.

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Our 8th RYS 200 Foundational Yoga Teacher Training begins this September. This course is for anyone who wants to deepen their understanding of yoga, refine their practice or feels called to share their love of yoga with others. Join Elizabeth on June 29th for our Information Meeting to answer any questions you might have about the training, learn about the materials and subjects to be covered, receive your application and more!

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