Resilient HarmonyJoin us to learn body-based exercises to finally resolve and release stress cycles in your nervous system, FAST!
Location:100 West Oak Street, Denton, TX, USA
Cost:$15.00 per person
About this experience
Regenrus is excited for our latest partnership with On Point Pilates to bring Resilient Harmony to Regenrus Wellness Center!
Explore resources and techniques enhancing your mental wellness journey. While not a mental health professional, this specialized somatic and movement based class significantly boosts overall mental well-being. Engage in a class blending somatic movement, fascia release, and foundational mobility for a transformative experience. Incorporating Polyvagal Theory, our approach balances the nervous system states, fostering harmony between body and mind.
Chronic stress imbalances the nervous system. Mindset training falls short here: only body-based methods can overcome this. Join us to learn body-based exercises to finally resolve and release stress cycles in your nervous system, FAST!
- Quickly reduces stress + anxiety
- Quickly reduces pain
- Enhances focus + creativity
- Improves emotional + mental clarity
- Optimizes sleep + accelerates recovery
- Boosts immunity + digestion
- Quicker strength + mobility gains
- Improves your stress resilience
Resilient Harmony merges the latest in applied neuroscience, Polyvagal theory (developed in 1994 by Dr Stephen Porges) and nervous system regulation to show you a simple, intuitive and powerful way that you can transform your life.
Your teacher, Michelle Lawyer, has been studying the body and teaching movement since 2008. Most recently she has invested in deeply studying Polyvagal Theory, applied neuroscience and somatic movement for the past 4 years - over 1,000 hours of study. She has taken multiple courses from the Polyvagal Institute, Franklin Method Institute, Focusing International and NeuroFit Certification. For full bio: https://onpointpilatesstudio.com/the-instructors/michelle-lawyer/
What is Nervous System Regulation? The ability to move flexibly between different nervous system states in response to internal and external stressors. This means that when we encounter a stressor, we can adapt accordingly and recover with minimal negative impact to our body and mind. When we become dysregulated due to chronic stress cycles in the body these signs may show up:
- Hypervigilance - constantly assessing threats around you and feeling as though the world is an unsafe place.
- Sleep issues - trouble falling asleep and waking up in the middle of the night.
- Brain Fog - inability to concentrate on simple tasks.
- Digestive issues - bloating, IBS, indigestion.
- Emotional sensitivity - frequent mood swings and poor mood regulation.
- Procrastination - lack of motivation, lethargy, and apathy.
- Chronic pain - unresolved aches and pains.
- Numbness or dissociation - feeling physically and emotionally numb, detached from the body.
- Obsessive or intrusive, looping thoughts.
- Feeling irritable, frustrated, stressed, or "on edge" often.
Where: The Regenrus Wellness Center "A Haven for Holistic Living" 100 W. Oak Street #G110 Denton TX, 76201 Located in the TX Building Ground Floor on the Downtown Denton Square.
When: Friday 12-1pm
Bring: Comfortable clothes & an open heart
A portion of the cost of your experience is being donated to RegenrusCARES™ our 501(c)(3) in support of Hope for children Ministires. Regenrus is excited to embark on our latest mission trip to Rwanda to bring loving to support to the children who became orphaned during the genocide. We invite you to join us in helping meet their spiritual, emotional, and physical needs through your donations and purchases of services and products.
Michelle is a STOTT PILATES® Certified Instructor, a Franklin Method© Level 2 Educator and is a member of the International Somatic Movement Educators and Teachers Association, ISMETA.org.
"Michelle has a passion for helping people to integrate Body and Mind for physical and mental wellness – a whole-person approach to helping you feel and perform optimally."
In addition to her movement qualifications, Michelle also utilizes Polyvagal theory to help you better understand and regulate your stress responses to optimize physical and mental well-being. Michelle is certified to adapt Jan Winhall’s Felt-Sense Polyvagal Model for trauma and addiction to movement practices. And she utilizes Dr. Porges’ Safe and Sound Protocol Listening Therapy. She is active monthly in collaborative communities of mental health professionals and body workers, incorporating Polyvagal theory and the body into their work. A former professional dancer herself, one of Michelle’s specialties is dance conditioning for young adult and professionals. She works with local dancers as well as New York City Ballet and Miami City Ballet. See below for a full list of certifications and qualifications. As On Point Pilates grows, Michelle enjoys mentoring and teaching the other instructors many of the skills she learned, beyond Pilates certifications, that have changed her life and those of her clients.