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Virtual Stress Management Class

By Integrative Health and Wellbeing

Tuesday, July 23, 2024 4pm to 5pm

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  • Tuesday, July 30, 2024 4pm to 5pm

Struggling to find calm through meditation? We invite you to discover the scientific path to peace in our virtual stress management class, which utilizes cutting-edge Heart Rate Variability (HRV) technology. Say goodbye to one-size-fits-all solutions and embrace a data-driven, personalized approach to tranquility.

 In this transformative 4-week course, you'll be equipped with a Lief HRV monitor--your personal stress detector. This discreet device identifies when you are stressed with a subtle vibration, allowing you to respond immediately with therapeutic breathing techniques.

Each session is a step towards mastery over stress, introducing research-backed methods tailored to your unique physiology. From the mindfulness of body scanning to the reflective practice of journaling and rhythmic release of yoga breathing exercises, you'll explore a variety of strategies to find what resonates with your nervous system. By the end of the course, armed with insights from your own HRV data, you'll know precisely which techniques work best for you.

Don't let stress dictate your life. Join us and reshape your response to stress, paving the way for a calmer, more centered you!

Dates: Tuesdays- July 9, July 16, July 23, and July 30

Time: 4pm-5pm 

Requirements

Participants will be responsible for renting the Lief HRV Monitor for two months ($138 at $69 per month). The rental order should be placed by June 1st in order to ensure receipt of the device prior to the class starting.

Order device here: https://getlief.com/new_order

Please note: We accept most insurances. Your insurance may cover the 1-hour group session. However, you might be responsible for a specialist copayment per session. You will also be responsible if you have a deductible or co-insurance. 

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To sign up, please contact Mary Acosta at maa2337@med.cornell.edu