Find Inner Strength and Balance through Yoga

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Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT200), Nick Russo inspires a shared vision to help people find a balance when dealing with life’sunexpected twists and turns.  

Having conversations with the inner critic can be overwhelming. Thoughts that surface can be challenging to let go.  Perhaps channeling this energy through a healthy distraction such as yoga may provide better clarity and focus. As Emily Dickinson says, “Dwell in the area of possibilities” and discover what works.  

In a research article published by the Public Library of Science (PLOS) during a randomized controlled trial, “Five-week yin yoga-based interventions decreased plasma adrenomedullin (ADM) and increased psychological health in stressed adults.”  “ADM has also been linked to psychological problems such as stress, anxiety, and depression.”   “The study suggests that incorporating Yin yoga could be an easy and low-cost method of limiting the negative health effects associated with high stress.” 

To organize the mental clutter, rather than turn to alcohol or drugs, many people may turn to exercise for that euphoric endorphin type rush.  Limited or just not into the physical demands of traditional exercise, yet looking for a judgement free outlet, or simply a way to cope, schedule an appointment today with Yoga Instructor, Nick Russo.  

An Expert in the making, with over 20 years of practice and 5 years of teaching, in addition to teaching a standard form of yoga referred to as Hatha, Nick mindfully helps victims of trauma better manage life’s challenges, remove barriers, and overcome adversities through other uniquely tailored forms of yoga.  Russo possesses a diverse skillset of knowledge and touches the lives of many.  

Through an intense and immersive teacher training, Nick obtained his yoga teaching certification and continues to pay it forward.   Serious about yoga, to promote best practices given an individual’s unique situation, Russo seeks continuous learning opportunities and actively educates himself on the various techniques and styles. Nick recently traveled to Bali to broaden his horizons and expand his knowledgebase.  In September 2019, he also directed a specialty trauma informed teaching class to new teachers.  For the most effective therapy, serving both children and adults, it is imperative to be well versed in the various forms.   

Making a difference in the community, Russo helps those suffering with insecurities become more grounded and to transform their livelihood. The mind is a very fluid place and sometimes may need the voice of calm to quiet the chatter. Whether it be a phone call, a hug, undivided attention or an ear, passionate about people, Nick serves as a catalyst through yoga teacher training and instruction.  

For additional information e-mail yogawithnick@yahoo.com

Find on Face Book https://www.facebook.com/yogawithnick/ 

Connect via LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/nickrussorealtor/ 

View Reddit & Check out Top Ten Benefits of Yoga you should know https://www.reddit.com/user/jeniferbrownjp/comments/elrka5/top_10_yoga_benefits_that_you_should_know/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x 

2 comments

  1. Long time supporter, and thought I’d drop a comment.

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    1. Hi Justin.
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      Chantae

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