And now what?....
Yoga to help with uncertainty and anxiety

A live virtual group class series with Antonio Sausys

Meets 4 Wednesdays: November 2, 9, 16 and 30 from 4:00-6:00PM MT

Can you relate to the following?


  • Being incapable or unable to face an impending circumstance or event.
  • Lack of concentration, racing thoughts, or unwanted thoughts.
  • Feeling nervous, restless or tense.
  • Having a sense of impending danger, panic or doom.
  • Having an increased heart rate.
  • Breathing rapidly (hyperventilation).
  • Sweating.
  • Trembling.
  • Feeling weak or tired.
  • Trouble concentrating or thinking about anything other than the present worry.

 

You are not alone.

 

Anxiety is the fear of being incapable or unable to face an impending circumstance or event. It is a normal emotion that as an informant, enhances preparedness, diminishes risks and promotes safety. But when it leads with excessive nervousness, apprehension, and worry, it becomes a mental disorder that if mild it might be vague and unsettling, while if severe it may seriously affect day-to-day living. The recent COVID-related restrictions have tested our capabilities, while the now obvious devastating effects of climate change clearly question what’s to come. As a result, anxiety runs high in most of the world’s population. Symptoms include those of stress - such as palpitations and sweating - out of proportion to the impact of the event, inability to set aside the worry, and generalized restlessness amongst others.   Join us to explore how Yoga can help us manage and regulate it. 

 

 

Are you ready to process your anxiety so that you can manage and regulate it and function better in life?

 

Our feelings inform us of how we experience our lives, how we relate to others, and ultimately, who we are. In turn, they influence our decision-making processes determining how we behave and perform our multi-layered life roles. But what happens when a feeling ceases to be an informant and instead becomes a driver leading the way? Then we are ushered into dysfunction, trapped in an emotional hamster’s wheel. It's then important to develop adequate resources so we can trust our resilience.

 

This 4-week online group series is for those who want to manage and regulate their anxiety and live a fuller life.  In the group series, you will receive…

 

  • Information about anxiety and four specific steps for processing it
  • Tools to practice on your own and guidance of the tools’ application
  • Personalized feedback
  • Tips for ongoing application and most common related challenges

 

Each session includes…

 

  • Check in
  • Tools analysis and practice
  • Guidance for self-reflection
  • Q&A
  • Closure

 

Your commitment involves…

 

  • Completing an intake form in advance
  • Committing to all four sessions. If you are unable to attend a session live, we ask that you watch the recorded session before coming to the next live session
  • Managing session system platform - Zoom
  • Being open to tap into your vulnerability and allow change!

 

Register below.

  • Course meets online weekly on the following four dates from 4:00-6:00pm MT: November 2, 9, 16 and 30. (We skip Thanksgiving week.)
  • Enrollment fee: $185

About Antonio

Antonio Sausys MA, IGT, CMT, C-IAYT is a somatic psychologist and yoga therapist specializing in grief counseling and therapy. He studied with Hugo Bilsky and Yoga masters and teachers such as Indra Devi, Ram Dass, Swami Shankaradevananda, Swami Ekananda, Babashi Singh and Swami Mairtreyananda.  He has continued his professional development with training in Integrative Grief Therapy with Lyn Prashant, Foot Reflexology, Swedish Therapeutic Massage and Reiki. Antonio presents his work both nationally and internationally at Schools and Universities and leads retreats at Ashrams, Retreat Centers and Yoga Studios., is a member of the World Yoga Council, the International Association of Yoga Therapists, a TV Host for YogiViews and the founder and Executive Director of ‘Yoga for Health’ the International Yoga Therapy Conference. He is the author of ‘Yoga for Grief Relief: Simple Practices for Transforming Your Grieving Mind and Body’ (New Harbinger) and a contributor for Yoga and Science in Pain Care – Treating the Person in Pain (Edited by Shelly Prosko and Neil Person - Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2019) and New Techniques of Grief Therapy:  Bereavement and Beyond by Robert Niemeyer (Routledge 2019).