To effectively combat stress, you need to activate your body’s natural relaxation response which is the process of reversing the fight or flight response of the body that triggers stress hormones, cortisol, adrenaline, increases the heart rate, blood pressure, suppresses the immune/digestive system which is not healthy for use in the long term.

There are many ways we can learn to properly relax – not just by sitting down to watch T.V.

Techniques such as:

Deep breathing

Progressive muscle relaxation

Visualisation/guided imagery/mediation


Practicing relaxation regularly conditions the body to have a higher tolerance for stress even in stressful times. Helps the stress hormones surging throughout the body to subside.

I offer a range of ways to help you and teach you how to really relax using the techniques above, to empower you with the tools so you can help to reduce your stress, have more clarity, maybe sleep better, deal with difficult situations and to become more mindful in your daily life.