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Best Practices for Managing Anxiety Stress Overwhelm Uncertainty During a Pandemic

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These are overwhelming times. We’re in a global crisis, and everyone is feeling it. There’s much we are not in control of. On one level, we’re not alone. On another level, many people feel anxious, scared, and alone. It can feel like there’s nowhere to turn.

Learning how to manage our anxiety and overwhelm is foundational to getting through any extremely stressful or traumatic situation. Our body is our instrument and knowing some basic practices to keep it balanced and healthy is like knowing that your car needs gas, good tires, and a working GPS in order to make it through a long and bumpy journey in uncharted territory. If our instrument is not working optimally, the already difficult journey becomes exponentially harder.

During this FREE webinar, Hala will be sharing with you vital and very simple practices that can help support you in any stressful time and buffer you against the negative effects of stress and trauma.

About Hala

Hala Khouri

Hala Khouri, M.A., SEP, E-RYT, has been teaching yoga and the movement arts for over 25 years and has been doing clininical work and trainings for 15 years. She earned her B.A. in Psychology from Columbia University and an M.A. in Counseling Psychology and an M.A. in Community Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute. She is currently working on her doctorate in Community Psychology with an emphasis on Liberation Studies and Eco Psychology. Hala is trained in Somatic Experiencing, a body-based psychotherapy that helps resolve trauma and its symptoms.

Hala is a co-founder of Off the Mat, Into the World, a training organization that bridges yoga and activism within a social justice framework. She leads trauma informed yoga trainings nationally. She has been in private practice for 10 years working with individuals and couples. Hala also works with A Thousand Joys training direct service providers and educators to be trauma informed and culturally responsive. She is a sought-after speaker and trainer on the subject of trauma, yoga and social justice. She lives in Venice, CA with her husband and two sons where she also teaches public yoga classes weekly.
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