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Sleep Coaching Program with Stacy Kamala Waltman
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Restore, Balance and Rejuvenate!
Kamala Yoga Stress Management Programs are based upon scientifically proven methods for optimizing your personal and professional health.The keys to transforming your life are here; readily accessible and easy to learn. Your practice of these proven methods unlocks their treasures.
Kamala Yoga Stress Management Programs are taught by Stacy Kamala Waltman. She holds the following credentials: e-RYT500, Certified Integral Yoga Meditation Instructor, Certified Life Coach, Certified Integral Yoga Stress Management Teacher, Certified Integral Yoga Raja Yoga Teacher, Certified Yoga of the Heart - Cardiac and Cancer Instructor, Certified Yoga Nidra Master, and Certified Yoga of Recovery Teacher.
Scientific evidence is compelling:
Harvard Business School states, “Meditation and intuition are the two most valuable executive tools for the 21st century.”
The World Health Organization predicts that soon stress-related disorders will be the second leading cause of disease in the world. And, to maintain a radiant health, The Mayo Clinic recommends a daily Deep Relaxation Program of 30 minutes.
“Researchers at Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) and McLean Hospital have found that practicing yoga elevate's brain gamma-amino butyric (GABA) levels, the brain’s primary inhibitory nero-transmitter. The findings, which appear in the May issue of the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, suggest that the practice of yoga be explored as a possible treatment for depression and anxiety.”
“The development of an inexpensive, widely available intervention such as yoga that has no side effects but is effective in alleviating the symptoms of disorders associated with low GABA levels has clear public health advantage,” Perry Renshaw, MD, PhD, director of the Brain Imaging Center at Harvard-affiliated McLean Hospital.