After a break from meditations and hypnosis due to the birth of my new baby girl, I’ve been invited to offer a 5 week meditation class for Moms at a new center in Huntington Beach – Blossom OC. It will begin on Saturday May 26th @ 10 am and run every saturday until June 23rd. I wanted to offer this class because I suffered from extremely high blood pressure after my baby was born and was put on medication. This made me even more anxious and stressed which of course raised my blood pressure. The anxiety combined with the raging hormones made for a major craziness between my ears I couldn’t control! Finally, in full desperation I called a colleague to work with me on relaxation hypnosis and guided meditation. Within a week I noticed a huge difference in my anxiety and after another 10 days of guided meditation I was off the medication all together.
It is amazing how a major life change caused me to forget all of my tools as a hypnotist and mediation instructor. However the experience also gave me the opportunity to reach out for support…something I am not accustomed to doing. This experience really inspired me to offer something for other moms who feel stuck, alone, overwhelmed and anxious. New Moms need to know they are not alone and there are options available. Meditation is the perfect medicine-free technique to balance the hormones, calm the mind and heal the spirit. In this class you will learn:
~ Effective Meditation Methods
~ How the mind works
~ How your mind learns and meditates best
~ How to return to a relaxed state on your own
~ How to relax again!
If you are a new mom, a 2nd, 3rd or 4th time mom and feel overwhelmed, anxious or having difficulties breastfeeding or dealing with the never-ending to-do list, come and relax and calm down for an hour. Get your center back, find your groove and relax! If this doesn’t resonate with you but someone came to mind while reading this, please forward the info to them!!! Can make for a great Mother’s Day Gift.
May you be well and at Peace!
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