4 Wellness Tips to Lower Anxiety & Feel Better

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Right now, most of us are spending a lot of time in a virtual work and social world, spending too much time watching the news, and trying to deal with different worries. In addition, there is an underlying uncertainty in what the future holds. These activities are leaving many feeling out of balance or anxious. The question is what can we do to help ourselves feel better and deal with what is going on in a more balanced way?

For me there are four simple things we can that can make a huge difference for how you go through your day. These four practices are excellent for grounding the body and nourishing the nervous system. So, what are these four practices? Check out my video to learn more about these practice, and how you can incorporate them to reduce your stress and feel better.

Additional Resources:

Exercise

Here is a nice list of free resources available online right now

Breathwork

If you are looking for recordings to help you get started with how to start engaging more deeply with your breath, I highly recommend some from a colleague of mine and they can be found on amazon simple type in Genevieve Yellin balloon breathing.

Another great resource is from a teacher of mine Dr. Vasant Lad, simple google Dr. Lad Pranayama for Self Healing.

Meditation

Here is a great free video from Dan Harris and Sharon Salzburg that is helpful if you are just getting started.

Here is another great article from the New York times with some short guided meditations at the end.

Tara Brach has a Podcast on Apple where she has put out some new resources this month specifically addressing the fear we are living with right now.

Jack and Tara also started a mindfulness daily practice you can find here:

Gratitude

If you haven’t watched the Ted talk by Shawn Anchor, I highly recommend watching it. I heard him speak in Austin, Texas at a conference this past Fall and was very impressed with his talk and the takeaways. It really motivated me to make it a habit.

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