Yoga & Mindfulness Consulting
Why do you need us?
Educators - Sports Teams - Businesses - Health Care Workers - Large & Small Groups
Stress has been named a public health crisis. According to Business.com, some of the negative effects of excessive stress include:
Lack of energy
Lack of focus
Negative effects on personality
Core Balance Stress Relief Consulting offers tools to your employees or group to combat the effects of stress, including mindfulness, meditation, deep breathing work and movement. Studies show these practices can improve mental clarity, overall well being and productivity.
“The myth that multitasking is a success skill has been exploded. Instead, it’s the person who can focus, execute, move on, and do it again (and again, and again…) who sustains success. Practicing some form of meditation that enhances mindfulness has been found to be one of the “meta factors” that distinguishes some of our culture’s most successful business leaders and performers across disciplines.”
Gary Simonds, MD and Wayne Sotile, PhD
Leah has years of Public Speaking experience and can deftly speak to your group about many subjects, including but not limited to, mindfulness, stress relief, yoga and movement, and being present.
Private/Small Group Yoga
All levels or beginner yoga, Chair Yoga, breathing work, mindfulness, meditation and more. We will tailor a program to suit your needs.
Stress can make us frazzled and disconnected. Introducing mindfulness techniques can help a person feel calm, centered and peaceful.
"Leah spoke and led an interactive workshop at the 20th Annual School Social Work Association of Missouri Conference. Her presentation was reviewed as excellent and engaging from social workers all over the state, offering information and practical strategies useful for work with individual and classroom groups with students and staff development workshops. I work with a middle school alternative school classroom that regularly request morning stretching and breathing exercises I have taught them after participating in her workshop. We also use these exercises to de-escalate angry or reactive students. It helps them to regain their composure and focus and ultimately be more successful in school. The best review though came from a student who recently told me he practiced a breathing technique when in a stressful situation at home!"