As a HeartMath coach, I teach you simple, user-friendly mental and emotion self-regulation tools and techniques that people of all ages and cultures can use in the moment to relieve stress and break through to greater levels of personal balance, stability, creativity, intuitive insight and fulfillment.
Learn to enter your optimal state through coherence. You can measure the connection with an EKG and actually observe how stress responses behave and what they do to our bodies.
What is Coherence?
It is a state of synchronization between your heart, brain and autonomic nervous system. You can think of coherence as a simultaneous state of relaxation, readiness and revitalization.
Coherence improves performance, health and emotional well-being.
Measure heart rate variability (HRV) to assess the state of the
Inner Balance app and technology measures in real-time
Retrain your stress response in the moment
Adults and kids can lower stress levels in only 6 weeks
Connection between stress and sleep
Did you know?
*Your heart sends more messages to your brain than your brain sends to your heart?
*Your heart pulses out a rhythmic pattern that reflects the emotions you are feeling.
*Every heart beat puts out about 2.5 watts of electricity; that’s enough to light a small light bulb!
*The electromagnetic field around each of us, produced by the electricity of your heart beat, can be measured three to four feet all around the body.
*The next largest electromagnetic field is around the brain, and it is measured at about one inch around the cranium…
…yet we plug into the lesser energy source and wonder why it’s so hard to get anything done or to feel better more quickly.
Hypnotherapy is a form of psychotherapy used to create change in a patient while in a state of trance, or unconsciousness, known as hypnosis. The therapy itself uses guided relaxation techniques that invoke feelings of intense relaxation, concentration, and/or focus to achieve a heightened state of awareness or trance-like state.
The therapy is commonly used as an aid to psychotherapy due to the relaxed nature brought on by the hypnotic state that allows people to explore painful and suppressed feelings and emotions or memories that are often hidden from their conscious minds.
Being under hypnosis is said to allow a person to be more open to both suggestion and discussion. Hypnotherapy has been used to treat a wide range of conditions or unwanted behavior, such as:
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Grief and loss of loved ones