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Stress Relief Presentation FAQ's

Who should attend?

Anyone who wishes to better understand stress and anxiety, as well as learn tools to work with the body to manage the negative effects. Not only will you reduce stress and lessen anxiety, you'll curtail tension, and elevate mood. 

How long is the Presentation?

Approximately 90 minutes.

What is included? 

  • 60 minute Presentation, plus Q&A
  • Self-Care Tools Guide
  • Bonus section for Parents/Kids


To be determined. 


Cash, check or credit card accepted. 

Why did you create this Presentation?

Professionally ~ client after client have presented to my office with stress related ailments. Hence, to better serve, I've attended numerous Continuing Education classes, read umpteen articles, medical reports, books, and so on, all focusing on some aspect of stress reduction. A particular fascination and area of focus has been Psychoneuroimmunology (aka The Mind/Body/Immune System Connection)

My personal reason, has to do with CAPD.* I have this, and my daughter has this. It is a hereditary disorder, which exacerbates when stress levels escalate.

Hence, the goal of this seminar, was to help clients, but also my family, move closer to overall health and well-being.

Presentation Footnotes and References 

Extensive List - > here.   

What future Presentation topics can we expect?

The next Presentation will cover Postural Patterns and their effect on Mental/Emotional/Physical Connections. We dive deeper into Psychoneuroimmunology (PNI).

What is Psychoneuroimmunology? 

Psychoneuroimmunology (PNI) is the science that investigates the Mind/Body/Immune System Connection. Our bodies remember good, bad, or indifferent - experiences, and tag the significant with deep feeling. The body is the mind. (specifically the deeper mind)


Discovering how bodywork sometimes elicits an emotional response and/or painful memories in clients, because it can directly trigger neuropeptide sites (neurotransmitters) and bring imprinted experiences into consciousness, was pivotal. It validated what I have witnessed throughout 27+ years of practice.


“For this is the great error of our day that the physicians separate the soul from the body” ~ Hippocrates  


* More about CAPD

Central Auditory Processing Disorders "are problems with one or more aspects of the central nervous system’s processing of auditory information coming from our auditory nerves into something useful." Simply said, it has to do with what the brain does with the information the ears hear. A few relevant symptoms: Inability to block out meaningless/excess background noise, sensitivity to sounds, feels like you're at a very loud crowded party, auditory overload and fatigue are common. If you would like to know more, click here -> What is CAPD?

Please Note:


Information exchanged is educational in nature and intended to help you become more familiar and conscious of your Health. Consult with your doctor before beginning any new regimen, especially if taking medication.