Treating Anxiety with Awareness of the mind body and breath workshop.

Innersights new workshop a unique focus on the mind, body and breath – all creates awareness.

Awareness is a powerful tool, It helps you to think more clearly, breathe effortlessly and move more efficiently.

This unique short workshop will literally bring you back to your senses, helping you find a new path of ease and joy.

Anxiety, when out of control, is typically linked to a singular or series of emotional events that cause our brains to remember every time we had ever felt that same emotion or feeling, as it try’s to find a solution, unfortunately, this can be extremely unhelpful, as patterns, quite often are established in childhood. some people experience panic attacks, or anxiety attacks, through fear of something that happened or something that might happen. creating certain negative limiting beliefs and behaviours that further support the anxious state.

It’s also evident that patterns of respiration change when we are anxious, as our muscles in our necks and shoulders become tense, our breath shortens, and the excursion of the diaphragm tends to diminish, and other skeletal muscles which shorten their range of movement, in other words everything shortens the breath and the muscles make our shoulders, necks, jaws, and head, tense inflexible and even painful.

By understanding the physical and the emotional aspects of the mind body and respiratory system, we discover the impact they have on our health and wellbeing.

Through exercise we become physically aware of the tension being held in our bodies, so we learn to physically let go, becoming more flexible, feeling new vitality and more energised.
Linking movement with the breath…. Is meditation in action, keeping you in your body, giving you an invitation to release, surrender.

By concentrating on movement and the breath we quieten the mind, giving it something to think about, by experiencing the way we breathe and how shallow it may feel being conscious of our inhalation and exhalation, as well as becoming aware of holding tension in our shoulders, necks, unaware of not letting go, we discover how to breathe again, which gives us more energy, releases tension and helps us feel more alive.

Movement with attention – transforms the restrictions from your body, bringing your attention to what you feel.
Fascinating studies coming from the world of neuroscience confirm that our brains are plastic and can change. Our brains are amazingly resilient, although vulnerable to the outside and internal, usually of the unconscious, influences. Do you know your brain actually wires itself and forms neuronal connections based on what you do over and over in your life.

Dopamine a neurotransmitter appears to play a big part in this as it activates both positive and negative stimuli between stress, pain and emotions, or between physical and emotional events, it also helps regulate movement and emotional responses, and it enables us not only to see rewards but to take action to move toward them allowing  information to be passed from one neuron to another related to anticipatory pleasure and motivation. Dopamine is a molecule that our body produces naturally, and it’s the substance that’s behind our dreams and biggest secrets. Dopamine means lust, love, infidelity, motivation, attention, femininity, learning, and addiction. Addiction is a compulsive habit which can form around almost anything: negative or positive like exercise, Facebook, pornography, shoes, negative self-talk, etc…… The good thing is it also serves to maintain motivation and promotes new, exciting, and rewarding feelings if we choose to create new neural pathways.

All addiction involves a neuroplastic change in the brain, dopamine is like the chemical messenger related to anticipatory pleasure and motivation, a neurotransmitter that helps control the brain’s reward and pleasure centres, The Dopamine that makes you happy is an essential component to neuroplasticity and making neuronal connections which reinforces your behaviour. When a person kicks a habit, the addictive neuronal circuits in the brain become weaker and less active over time. This underpins the aspiration of eastern philosophy that awareness of mind body and breath, through exercise, conscious breathing and meditation can change the way we exist in the world. As our brains are forever, changing building billions of new neurological connections everyday, as we learn we transform.  

Discover how your E-motions help transform your life as we realise that our feelings are created by thoughts if you keep thinking the same thought it becomes a belief, which can be positive or negative.

Through the discovery of guided meditations and new programming we learn to feel our bodies relaxing, so every cell in our body experiences new vitality, leaving us feeling uplifted and present in the moment, achieving new clarity, creating new neural pathways in our brain.

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