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Mental Health and Inner Harmony

When our thoughts are racing, our to-do list seems endless, we don’t even know what to do
first and how to get everything done, the first thing we forget is ourselves and our own
needs. As a result, we feel “on edge” and burnt out, drained, and our day is dominated by
feelings of purposelessness, exhaustion and anxiety. Stressful situations or just our daily lives can be overwhelming, but it is essential that we still take time for ourselves, our minds and our bodies. It’s the only way we can get through challenging times with strength and clarity and at the same time remain healthy.

Take care of your mind, your body will thank you.
Take care of your body, your mind will thank you.

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To you

Be mindful and take time for yourself. It does not take a lot of effort, but just a little step to do something for your well-being, your mind and your body. But this little step will make a big difference – do it for you!

Exercise

Exercise is intentional physical activity to enhance or maintain fitness and overall health. Being physically active can improve your brain health, help reduce the risk of disease, strengthen bones and muscles, improve your ability to do everyday activities, and calm our minds by focusing on the physical task.

Yoga

Yoga is a mind and body practice including breath control, simple meditation, and the adoption of specific bodily postures which is practised for health and relaxation.

Stress management and burn out prevention

Being exposed to continual stress can cause us to burnout. Feelings of exhaustion, anxiety, and isolating from friends and family members can be some of the signs.

Exercise

Exercise is intentional physical activity to enhance or maintain fitness and overall health. Being physically active can improve your brain health, help reduce the risk of disease, strengthen bones and muscles, improve your ability to do everyday activities, and calm our minds by focusing on the physical task.

People who sit less and do any amount of moderate-to-vigorous exercise gain great health benefits. Only a few lifestyle choices have as large an impact on your health as physical activity. Everyone can experience the health benefits of physical activity – age, abilities, ethnicity, shape, or size do not matter.

Regular exercise boosts our physical health by protecting our bones, joints, and muscles, improving or preventing chronic diseases and strengthening cardiovascular fitness. However, regular exercise also plays a big role when it comes to mental health. It improves brain health, helping us think, learn, problem-solve, and enjoy emotional balance. It enhances memory and reduces anxiety or depression. Regular physical activity can also reduce the risk of cognitive decline, including dementia. This is for you (and your soul):

  • Group Exercise Classes (either online or on-site)
  • Personal Classes (either online or on-site) If you want to get to know what kind of exercises might wait for you in class, you can have a look at my videos on YouTube:

 

 

Yoga

Yoga is a mind and body practice including breath control, simple meditation, and the adoption of specific bodily postures which is practised for health and relaxation.

Yoga is an ancient art that connects the mind and body. Yoga is built on three main elements – movement, breathing, and meditation. Yoga offers physical and mental health benefits for people of all ages. Just to name a few, yoga helps improve posture, flexibility, strength, balance, and body awareness, and it also reduces stress and anxiety. If you’re going through an illness, recovering from surgery, or living with a chronic condition, yoga can become an integral part of your treatment and potentially hasten healing. You may feel increased mental and physical energy, a boost in alertness and enthusiasm, and fewer negative feelings after getting into a routine of practicing yoga. According to scientific evidence, yoga supports stress management, mental health, mindfulness, healthy eating, weight loss, and quality sleep.

By growing a deep connection between the body and mind, yoga encourages self-care and self-love, making it an invaluable technique for enhancing overall well-being and living a life in harmony and inner peace. This is for you (and your soul):

  • Yoga (either online or on-site)
    • Yoga classes for absolute beginners: If you want to start with yoga but don’t know how and where, this is for you.
    • Yoga classes in the office: At lunchtime, before or after work – this class focuses on tension in the hips and legs as well as neck, shoulder, and back pain and discomfort that is typical of sitting all day. Depending on the time of day, the class will be stimulating or more calming.
  • Breathwork (either online or on-site)
  • Meditation (either online or on-site)

 

Stress management and burn out prevention

Being exposed to continual stress can cause us to burnout. Feelings of exhaustion, anxiety, and isolating from friends and family members can be some of the signs.

Burnout is a state of emotional, physical, and mental exhaustion caused by excessive and prolonged stress. It occurs when we feel overwhelmed, emotionally drained, and unable to meet constant demands. As the stress continues, we begin to lose the interest and motivation that led us to take on a certain role in the first place.

Burnout reduces productivity and saps our energy, leaving us feeling increasingly helpless, hopeless, cynical, and resentful. Burnout is a gradual process. It doesn’t happen overnight. The signs and symptoms are subtle at first but become worse as time goes on. Being burned out means feeling empty and mentally exhausted, devoid of motivation, and beyond caring. When burned out, problems seem insurmountable, everything looks bleak, and it’s difficult to muster up the energy to care. However, we have a lot more control over stress than we may think. There are positive steps we can take to deal with overwhelming stress and get our lives back into balance. One of the most effective steps is to reach out to others. It is also essential to reevaluate priorities for physical activity and time for yourself in your daily routine.

Whether you recognize the warning signs of impending burnout or you’re already past the breaking point, trying to push through the exhaustion and continuing as you have been will only cause further emotional and physical damage. Take time for yourself, pause, and change direction to feel healthy and positive again. This can be an opportunity to rediscover what really makes you happy and to slow down, giving yourself time to rest, reflect, and heal.

What services do I offer?

  • Initial consultation (free of charge, 30 min.)
  • Diagnostics
  • Online coaching

Who do I work with?

  • Business people, particularly those working in the corporate world

How do I work?

  • Response to your contact inquiry within 24 hours
  • 100% digital (video calls, phone calls, email) or in person, if preferred
  • Location-independent, flexible, and prompt
  • Combination of different methods

How do we get started?

  1. Please use my contact form (SSL encryption) to contact me personally. I will then contact you by email within 24 hours.
  2. I will send you my confidentiality agreement and my conditions and prices by email in advance.
  3. If you are interested in getting to know me, we will arrange a 30-minute initial call, which is free of charge for you.
  4. In our initial meeting (free of charge, approx. 30 min.), you can tell me about your situation, about yourself, about your concerns – whatever feels comfortable for you to talk about.
  5. We will arrange appointments that will be customized to your needs and availability.

People who sit less and do any amount of moderate-to-vigorous exercise gain great health benefits. Only a few lifestyle choices have as large an impact on your health as physical activity. Everyone can experience the health benefits of physical activity – age, abilities, ethnicity, shape, or size do not matter.

Regular exercise boosts our physical health by protecting our bones, joints, and muscles, improving or preventing chronic diseases and strengthening cardiovascular fitness. However, regular exercise also plays a big role when it comes to mental health. It improves brain health, helping us think, learn, problem-solve, and enjoy emotional balance. It enhances memory and reduces anxiety or depression. Regular physical activity can also reduce the risk of cognitive decline, including dementia. This is for you (and your soul):

  • Group Exercise Classes (either online or on-site)
  • Personal Classes (either online or on-site) If you want to get to know what kind of exercises might wait for you in class, you can have a look at my videos on YouTube:

 

 

Yoga is an ancient art that connects the mind and body. Yoga is built on three main elements – movement, breathing, and meditation. Yoga offers physical and mental health benefits for people of all ages. Just to name a few, yoga helps improve posture, flexibility, strength, balance, and body awareness, and it also reduces stress and anxiety. If you’re going through an illness, recovering from surgery, or living with a chronic condition, yoga can become an integral part of your treatment and potentially hasten healing. You may feel increased mental and physical energy, a boost in alertness and enthusiasm, and fewer negative feelings after getting into a routine of practicing yoga. According to scientific evidence, yoga supports stress management, mental health, mindfulness, healthy eating, weight loss, and quality sleep.

By growing a deep connection between the body and mind, yoga encourages self-care and self-love, making it an invaluable technique for enhancing overall well-being and living a life in harmony and inner peace. This is for you (and your soul):

  • Yoga (either online or on-site)
    • Yoga classes for absolute beginners: If you want to start with yoga but don’t know how and where, this is for you.
    • Yoga classes in the office: At lunchtime, before or after work – this class focuses on tension in the hips and legs as well as neck, shoulder, and back pain and discomfort that is typical of sitting all day. Depending on the time of day, the class will be stimulating or more calming.
  • Breathwork (either online or on-site)
  • Meditation (either online or on-site)

 

Burnout is a state of emotional, physical, and mental exhaustion caused by excessive and prolonged stress. It occurs when we feel overwhelmed, emotionally drained, and unable to meet constant demands. As the stress continues, we begin to lose the interest and motivation that led us to take on a certain role in the first place.

Burnout reduces productivity and saps our energy, leaving us feeling increasingly helpless, hopeless, cynical, and resentful. Burnout is a gradual process. It doesn’t happen overnight. The signs and symptoms are subtle at first but become worse as time goes on. Being burned out means feeling empty and mentally exhausted, devoid of motivation, and beyond caring. When burned out, problems seem insurmountable, everything looks bleak, and it’s difficult to muster up the energy to care. However, we have a lot more control over stress than we may think. There are positive steps we can take to deal with overwhelming stress and get our lives back into balance. One of the most effective steps is to reach out to others. It is also essential to reevaluate priorities for physical activity and time for yourself in your daily routine.

Whether you recognize the warning signs of impending burnout or you’re already past the breaking point, trying to push through the exhaustion and continuing as you have been will only cause further emotional and physical damage. Take time for yourself, pause, and change direction to feel healthy and positive again. This can be an opportunity to rediscover what really makes you happy and to slow down, giving yourself time to rest, reflect, and heal.

What services do I offer?

  • Initial consultation (free of charge, 30 min.)
  • Diagnostics
  • Online coaching

Who do I work with?

  • Business people, particularly those working in the corporate world

How do I work?

  • Response to your contact inquiry within 24 hours
  • 100% digital (video calls, phone calls, email) or in person, if preferred
  • Location-independent, flexible, and prompt
  • Combination of different methods

How do we get started?

  1. Please use my contact form (SSL encryption) to contact me personally. I will then contact you by email within 24 hours.
  2. I will send you my confidentiality agreement and my conditions and prices by email in advance.
  3. If you are interested in getting to know me, we will arrange a 30-minute initial call, which is free of charge for you.
  4. In our initial meeting (free of charge, approx. 30 min.), you can tell me about your situation, about yourself, about your concerns – whatever feels comfortable for you to talk about.
  5. We will arrange appointments that will be customized to your needs and availability.

About Me

My name is Rebecca. I am a certified yoga teacher, and I am dedicated to guide you towards a life of balance,  joy, and serenity.
For 15 years I worked as a lawyer in large international law firms. During this time, I worked so incredibly hard and was constantly under stress.
At some point, I was completely exhausted and burnt out. I had no energy left to cope with everyday life and work.
I spent a long time travelling and not only visited beautiful places around the world, but also took a journey deep into my inner self.
Through daily exercise, yoga, breathwork and meditation, I found myself again and even became a happier, more content and balanced version of myself.
I would like to share my knowledge and experience to help each and every one of you on your journey to becoming a happy and settled person who loves life with all their heart.

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