Stress is an unavoidable fact of life. For some itís a minor inconvenience. For others it can be nearly debilitating. In any case we know our lives would be much better if we could reduce our stress levels. But getting there sometimes seems so far out of reach, so expensive, so time consuming.
Not so. We can teach you to manage and greatly reduce stress in your life. And we can do it in just an hour.
The techniques we teach are based on over 50 years of scientific research in the mind/brain/body connection. Science has proven that by changing your thinking you can alter your entire lifestyle and enjoy a more positive life, filled with the good things you desire.
Let us show you how to reduce stress in your life. Relaxation Conditioning is a hands-on, practical application based on 50 years of research of the mind/brain/body connection. In only a one-hour session we show participants how to relax the spinal and autonomic nervous system at will, relaxing physically, mentally, and emotionally. These techniques help you realize many benefits, including:
Let's face it; some stressful situations cannot be entirely eliminated from your life. But how you react to stressful situations can be improved. By implementing our techniques you will be able to reduce and even eliminate the way stressful situations impact your health and well-being. Your health will improve because you have eliminated the extra burden of stress that is a detour on your road to Improved Living.
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At the Shawn Mossell Improved Living Institute we offer a number of ways to help through our Stress Reduction Seminars. Individual or group sessions are available. We have taught these techniques to thousands of clients over the last three decades. We are so confident in our approach that we offer a Money Back Guarantee if participants do not feel their ability to reduce or manage stress has improved. Call us today at 847-256-7708.
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