Emotional Exhaustion

Emotional Exhaustion

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Emotional Exhaustion
  • Emotional Regulation with Jevon, LLMSW from BLND

    We all experience emotions. Some are more pleasant than others but how we deal with these emotions can be a step towards understanding your anxiety, depression or other mental health issues. Javon will discuss primary and secondary emotions plus dig in how anger became synonymous with masculinity...

  • Essential Oils + Your Emotions with Cindy

    Cindy discusses the harmful effects of stress and her holistic remedies for stagnant emotions. Cindy dives deep into neuroscience concepts throughout this video to make meaning out of our emotions and how they impact our actions.

  • Coffee + Philosophy: Health and Toxicity with Kacee

    Kacee and the class begin by talking about the Chinese medicine perspective on how to tune into where energetic blocks develop. Kacee likens health to free-flowing energy and toxicity with energy that is blocked.

  • Blend: Dissolving Rigidity with Kacee

    Kacee opens the heart and strengthens the core in this well-rounded flow. You'll need a block, strap, and perhaps a chair.

  • Vinyasa: Working the Quads with Paul

    Paul goes through different postures in sets of three to fire the quads and work the legs. You'll need two blocks.

  • Slow Burn: Practice for Emotional Stability with Luke

    A handful of poses are held for a prolonged period of time in an effort to balance energy between the head and the heart. This class features supportive, grounding postures meant to build congruity between breath, body, and mind.

    Props Needed: a block, bolster, 2-3 blankets, chair

  • Guided Meditation for Emotional Exhaustion with Casey

    Casey addresses burnout here with an insightful, grounding guided meditation. Find a comfortable seat and drop in.

  • Guided Meditation: Body Scan with Dayle

    Spend 10 minutes with Dayle to become embodied. You will feel every part of your body in this grounding meditation. You may want to sit on a blanket.

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