- The future of the nation 63%
- money 62%
- work 61%
- political climate 57%
- violence & crime 51%
Source: Most Common Sources of Stress, Stress in AmericaTM: The State of Our Nation 2017, American Psychological Association.
Whether your stress is caused by your job, home, life events, or even exposure in a conflict zone – these techniques give you the power to improve your mental and physical performance.
Recommended by medical practitioners, yoga teachers and physical therapists, the TRMRTM method combines deep breathing techniques and simple physical exercises that were first used to help military combat veterans recover from the stress of war.
Wade, Wounded Operation Iraqi Freedom
“I came into the class with little knowledge of how stress affects the body. When my first class was complete, I had an understanding of what stress was doing to my body and how it holds on to it. I went away feeling relaxed, euphoric and eager to practice these techniques.”
The Book: Hacking Your Nervous System
Discover breathing and meditation techniques used by military special operations teams and martial artists to prevail during conflict and combat.
All the exercises are put into the context of situations you may encounter throughout the day and discusses the impact on your nervous system in a simple and concise manner.