We all suffer from some form of stress in our lives; whether periodic or pervasive, yoga can help alleviate it! In this workshop, we’ll explore techniques to reduce anxiety in the present, and work to create patterns to lessen it in the future. Using breath, movement, and meditation you will develop a mind-body tool kit to help restore balance in the present moment. This class will be comprised of both lecture and an all-levels physical practice. Bring a mat, a notebook, and the desire to relax and release.
About Candace Stevens, eRYT 200, MS
Candace was first drawn to yoga in high school through the music of The Beatles and George Harrison. She draws from many styles of yoga, is currently studying with Shiva Rea, and specializes in creative, dynamic flows, while striving to cultivate energy and inspiration.
Candace has a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Trauma and integrates mindful practices into her classes. She also works privately with students to address mental health concerns (such stress, anxiety, bipolar disorder, etc.) using the body and breath.
Candace also enjoys blogging about places, people, ideas, activities, and art that evoke inspiration, with the hope that she can help engage readers in a present-centered process that might help channel creativity, practice passion, deepen mindfulness, and live the life they want!