CK Stress Management Editor
Trish offers a unique combination of instructing yoga, meditation and instructing workshops to individuals and corporations on mindfulness, self care, stress management, breath work and sleep hygiene. Her main interest encompasses the scientific based effects mind/body techniques on the brain, central nervous and immune systems, and she embrace the mind/body connection. Underlying all her work is teaching her students to find the power of the “Relaxation Response” within themselves.
Visit her website trishhartyoga.com
As the weather gets cooler and the air crisper, our memories of summer fall into the distance, our energy depletes, and the balance of our mind and body scale begins to tip. Too much stress, unchecked, can lead to illnesses because of a compromised immune system, or emotional issues such as depression and anxiety. Therefore, how stress is managed is important.
Science is demonstrating what we intuitively know: Nature makes us happy, and studies have shown that even our brain changes from getting outside. Nature is a source of wonder and inspiration, and throughout history, people have long been interested in its healing power. What is so wonderful about nature is that it is a free resource, and you don’t need to go far to experience the bliss of a natural environment. Even a brief walk in the woods, drive by the ocean, or sitting quietly in your garden can do the trick!
In celebration of International Women’s Day 2019, Lululemon Hingham (located in the Derby Street Shops ) is opening the studio so you can get your flow + glow on with our CK Wellness Tribe stress management editor (and Lululemon Ambassador), Trish Hart - alongside clean eats from Clandestine Kitchen.
Scientists have found that smiling can help people feel better. Just by turning your frown upside down, your facial muscles send signals to your brain and nervous system that can lead you to feel actual happiness, joy, or amusement.