SCROLL THROUGH THE OILS & EMOTIONS CLASS TO LEARN MORE!
Science is cool!  Inside the limbic system of the brain is 5 major functions that govern emotions, behavior, motivation, long term memory and sense of smell.  Emotions can be difficult and even scary. It is so much easier to suppress emotions than to recognize, feel, and process them. However, the ability to recognize, feel, process, and release emotions will enable you to function in a more positive and successful state so you can live free to create the life you desire. 

Don't forget to join my next mental health webinar when you're done.  

MENTAL WELLNESS WITH YOGA & AYURVEDA

We each have the innate ability to heal ourselves.  To empower ourselves with natural solutions instead of succumbing to life altering chemicals.  There's a time and place for pharmaceuticals but it shouldn't be the first answer nor the only form of treatment.   ~Dana Arcuri

Stress, anxiety, and  depression are overwhelming sensations, and it's important to realize that they affect both our mental health as well as our physiological health.  In order to treat them we need to treat all aspects of the individual including the body, mind, and emotions.  For centuries, holistic medicine has treated those experiencing symptoms of anxiety, stress, and depression with all-natural methods of alleviating stress.  

Ayurveda is the ancient Indian embodiment of holistic health and aims to treat and balance your "entire being" (dosha) rather than just the physical body, or single ailment. Anxiety, stress and depression are massive indicators that something in either internal or external environment is out of balance. By enlisting the help of natural medicines and remedies, we hope to return to full balance and thus experience optimum health.  

In a yoga class we practice poses, breathing exercises, meditations and more to help find balance.  A consistent practice of yoga can have great effects on your mental health.


 
Calm Your Anxiety
You don't HAVE to be so anxious

What if there were easier ways to cope with stress and anxiety than the burden (and expense) of over-the-counter drugs?

So many people who experience anxiety simply aren’t aware that there IS an alternative state of mind to feeling stressed all the time, WITHOUT depending on costly pharmaceuticals to do so.

For centuries, holistic medicine has treated those experiencing symptoms of anxiety, stress, and depression with all-natural methods of alleviating stress, and this webinar, Calm Your Anxiety, on Saturday, May 1st at 12:30 pm EDT will help you to understand exactly how!

Experiencing the Healing Nature of.....Nature!

Human beings have been treating one another with herbal and natural medicines all over time began, with the goal of using all available resources to target specific physical, mental, and emotional imbalances which give rise to what we know today as ‘illness’.

The concept of natural medicine isn’t complicated - in fact, it’s the opposite. There are many simple and natural lifestyle changes you can make to help alleviate the symptoms of stress and anxiety such as learning how to recognize your triggers as well as to maintain your grasp on them when they arise.

Getting to know your individual needs and treating them accordingly is what holistic experts (like our team) will assess and recommend.

This is all possible without the use of manufactured or generic pharmaceuticals (an industry in itself which gives rise to anxiety at just the mere thought of), and on Saturday, May 1st at 12:30 pm EDT we’ll be going through some of the most impactful adjustments and treatments you can make to find what works for YOU.

What is OUR MOTIVATION 

We are motivated to help spread awareness of holistic remedies and treatments simply because we believe it to be THE most natural and beneficial way to care for ourselves and our families. There are less expensive, more effective, and healthier ways to treat stress and anxiety than by depending on pills, and we believe that everybody deserves the chance to get to know themselves and their own requirements.

What works for one person might not work for another, so cultivating AWARENESS of the vast expanse of holistic medicine we feel is vital to achieving optimum individual health. By achieving optimum individual health, we contribute to the optimized health and well-being of our entire communities as a whole and elevate the potential and impact we have in the world. It’s about empowering ourselves and our families to function to our highest energetic and creative capacity, using what we were given to naturally exist and give back to the world.



 
Flow for Stress Relief
Shift Your Headspace

Stress is a part of everyday life, whether we like it or not. Luckily, there’s a powerful tool that has been scientifically proven to reduce stress, lower our blood pressure, and help slow the negative side effects that excessive stress can have on our bodies. Best of all, this tool can be used by anyone, no matter their skill level, access to equipment, or physical ability.

Whether you’re sitting at your desk at work, on the road away from home, or relaxing on your couch after a long day of work, yoga is always available to help you relax and feel in touch with your mind, body, and spirit.

Yoga also trains your counter-stress response system called the parasympathetic nervous system. With regular practice, chronic daytime stress hormone levels drop, and heart rate variability will increase, helping you gain power over your ability to tolerate stress. This has been shown to improve even after a few sessions of yoga.

Regardless of whether you’re a first-timer or you’ve been practicing yoga for years, my Flow for Stress Relief webinar on Friday, September 4th at 12:30 pm EDT will be a fantastic way for people of all walks of life to learn about the basics of how yoga can be used to relieve stress.

Fight Stress and Find Serenity

My favorite thing about yoga is that it’s accessible to everyone. You don’t need a membership or any special equipment. In fact, you don’t even need a mat!

Stress is something that demands all of our energy, which in turn wreaks havoc on our bodies and minds. Yoga provides the means that help us cope with that stress in a way that forces us to turn inward and connect with ourselves.

As soon as students start incorporating yoga into their regular routines, they find that the mindfulness that is practiced on the mat can easily be transferred to the outside world, and that’s how yoga changes lives.

If you’re ready to learn about the transformational effects of yoga and begin teaching your body how to better cope with everyday stressors, don’t miss out on this exceptional opportunity.


 
Facing Seasonal Depression
Manage Seasonal Depression Naturally

The condition of seasonal depression goes by various names, including seasonal affective disorder (SAD) or the ‘winter blues.’

Approximately 10 million Americans are affected, with an estimated 10-20% more cases going undiagnosed. While it is much more common among women than men and typically begins around age 20, anyone can experience SAD.

over 50% of people have family members with depression issues, with the winter blues being more common among those living in the northern states.

There is a good chance that you or someone you know battles with some form of depressive disorder. After all, over 50% of people report having family members with depression issues. While there is no one-size-fits-all solution—because depression impacts people differently—there are a number of natural solutions to help reduce or eliminate symptoms. In some cases, seasonal depression may even be preventable.

My goal is to spread the word about seasonal depression and how to manage symptoms naturally. During this experience, you will have the chance to understand common causes, symptoms, and treatment options.

Join me for an enlightening webinar, Facing Seasonal Depression, on Friday, January 29th at 1:00 pm EST.

The Truth Behind Seasonal Depression

There are a number of misconceptions when it comes to seasonal affective disorder. For example:

Myth #1
People suffering from SAD are depressed throughout the year. This may be true for some cases, but certainly not all.

Myth #2
SAD isn’t a serious condition and doesn’t require medical treatment. Depending on the severity of symptoms, SAD can be crippling, severely hindering a person’s ability to function normally.

Myth #3
SAD only occurs during fall and winter. While the majority of cases do occur during fall and winter, it is possible for people to suffer through the illness during the warmer months.

Myth #4
SAD only impacts people living in gloomy, overcast climates. The majority of cases occur more frequently in northern climates, however SAD can just as easily occur in warmer climates as well.

Myth #5
The only way to get through SAD is to ride it out until the seasons change. There are lots of techniques for preventing and lessening symptoms. Join me for Facing Seasonal Depression to learn more

Dive Into Seasonal Depression and Find A Solution That Works

I am motivated to discuss seasonal depression, how to prevent it, how to manage it, and what to do when it strikes. I understand this can be a difficult topic to discuss. However, facing seasonal depression is nothing to be ashamed of, and you don’t have to do it alone.

During this experience, I will highlight common symptoms, a number of possible causes, risk factors, and provide tons of techniques to help.

Nobody has to settle for mediocre health, and I am here to help. Join me to improve your health and wellness all year round. Your health is in your hands, it's time to take back control.

One way you can help is by inviting the people you care about most to our webinar, Facing Seasonal Depression.

This unique webinar is guaranteed to be empowering for those of you suffering and enlightening for those of you who want to know more about the condition.