Did you know that anxiety is the most common mental wellness concern in the United States?
Services to Reduce Stress and Anxiety
Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine
Calm the nervous system, restore homeostasis and slow your heart-rate
Starting at $150
Metabolic processes and gut health have direct impacts on anxiety. Let’s get to the root through testing and support with a personalized plan
Starting at $225
The Stress Less Method®
Ready to get to the root of it all and feel like yourself again?
Stress and Anxiety Coaching
Together, we will co-create a plan for you to stress less and overcome overwhelm.
6 Session Package | $500
My Favorite Tips to Overcome Overwhelm
Make a Top 5 list. Write down a list of your five most-supportive friends or family and put it up on the fridge. The visual reminder of your go-to support group can help break the stress.
Agenda Set. Take a moment to brainstorm all of the things on your to-do list. Create three columns labeled today, tomorrow and day after. Fill the columns up with things that feel like they need to be done “right now” and prioritize the most important tasks.
Nourish and hydrate. Stress can deplete our bodies of nutrients and water. Drink at least half your body weight in filtered water and eat nutrient-dense foods to help build stress resiliency.
Go for a walk. No time for the gym? Take just a five-minute walk around the block. The fresh air, sunshine and a change of scenery can reset your stress response.
Get holistic. Self-care strategies like regular acupuncture, health coaching and functional medicine lab work will help you develop stress resiliency.
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