Learn how to unwind stress and make room for rest with Sharon Sztar
One of the key things we’re missing in our world today is rest. Not just relaxation time, but the experience of deep rejuvenating rest. When we relax, we soothe our nervous system; when we rest, we restore its natural state of balance. Unfortunately, until we learn how to unwind the striving and ‘doing’ in our life, our body can’t easily enter a deep restful state.
Join Sharon Sztar to experience a new level of deep rest and rejuvenation in a Stillness Through Movement (STM) workshop encompassing three hours of calm, bliss and surrender.
STM, often termed a ‘moving meditation’, is a unique sequenced combination of supported restorative poses, vibrational medicine (aromatherapy), conscious breath and mind awareness techniques to support deep restoration of our endocrine and nervous systems.
This nurturing practice will assist your nervous system in getting out of its ‘fight, flight, freeze’ stress response and into the healing and relaxation room of the body.
In essence, this workshop will benefit anyone living in the modern world, experiencing busy-ness and overwhelm. In particular, the practice will support:
• Stress, anxiety and burnout
• Insomnia and sleep problems
• Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Adrenal Fatigue and HPA dysregulation
• Hormone imbalances
• Digestive disorders
• Trauma, illness and surgery recovery
• Addiction recovery
No yoga or meditation experience required. Depleted and tired bodies especially welcome.
Space is limited to 10 participants.
Where: The Fifth Direction - 82 St Kilda Road, St Kilda
When: Sunday, November 17, from 2-5pm
Investment: $85 plus booking
Facilitator - Sharon Sztar
Sharon is a certified Stillness through Movement (STM) Teacher, Wellness Educator, Feminine Embodiment Mentor and Writer from Melbourne, Australia. With a career spanning 15 years in corporate marketing and communications for PwC and IBM, Sharon’s life took a dramatic change in direction after spending seven years with debilitating life-threatening Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS). Moving to the hinterland of Byron Bay for six years, she healed through realigning with nature and her own innate feminine rhythms. Passionate about exposing the link between stress, fatigue and illness and our ‘unnatural’ busy lifestyles, Sharon’s work provides both an oasis and panacea to 21st century living.