Stress Relief at the USC
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You might have heard the phrase: “if you are feeling stressed, you should go to yoga”. But in what way can yoga actually help with (alleviating the symptoms of) stress? In this workshop series, we are going back to the roots of “stress”. Starting in the first week with asking the question what stress actually is & means (for you). From there on out, we will travel through the biological & physiological theory about stress, diving into the question if a happy nervous system really equals a happy you (short answer: yes.).
Every week will have both a theoretical as well as an practical part of the class: putting the theory into practice immediately! In this way, you will get familiar with how the theoretical part of the course, can be recognised and implemented in daily life. Using different yoga, meditation & breathing techniques, you will gain new tools every week, that you can use whenever you feel stress coming up or when you feel already stressed out.Make sure you are on time. Once the class is started, it is no longer possible to join in.
Certain registration rules apply to our group classes and fitness training, which can be found on this page. Read them carefully.
|Day||Course unit||Level||Start time||End time||Hall||Teacher|
|Saturday||2||All levels||13:00||13:55||Hall A||Aurora|
At the end of the course, you will have learned the following:
- What stress is;
- How our nervous system reacts to stress, and what this means for our overall state of wellbeing;
- How you can recognize “physical” stress in the body;
- Tools that can help you to cope with stress, if you are feeling overwhelmed;
- Tools that can help you to prevent stress form building up;
- The link between stress & anxiety;
- Understanding the concept of biofeedback;