Stress
   
     

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Symptoms of stress

Do you talk quickly?
Is your body tense; particularly the neck, shoulders or lower back?
Are you constantly using your phone, the web or watching TV?
Do you feel worried, anxious or rushed?
Do you have difficulty getting out of bed in a morning?
Are you argumentative?
Do you feel frustrated, angry or irritable?
Are you struggling to relax?
Do you walk quickly?
Do you drink too much?
Do you have difficulty slowing down?
Do you comfort eat?
Do you feel to have too few hours in the day?
Do you know how to stop?


You may be suffering from stress.


What is stress?

Stress is a condition of anxiety caused by the inability to cope with a situation.
A person feels to be under pressure and they become upset.
They are often encouraged to see themselves as being a failure when the pressure becomes too much.

Stress is so commonplace that we treat it as normal.
Yet, stress is very harmful to your health and can lead to illness, psychological problems and premature aging.

To bear that which you think you cannot bear is really to bear.

(Nitobe)

Take it easy

Sifu Waller adopts a Taoist approach to discovering the Art; there is no rivalry,
competition, anxiety, winning or losing.
Whilst there is a detailed syllabus and a clear method of development, students are free to proceed at their own pace.


Look after yourself

Our classes offer an excellent way to:

Find balance
Uncover new ways to cope with difficult situations
Relax
D
e-stress
Calm down and find your own pace
Uncover alternatives
Slow down
Re-frame potential problems
Avoid confrontation


Relax

The 'relaxing' aspect of taijiquan is a culmination of 3 factors:

  1. Emotional awareness

  2. Physical ease

  3. The calming of thought

Taijiquan gently encourages people to slow down, take time over things and be patient.
There is no pressure at all.
Things are allowed to unfold in their own good time.

Ready to begin de-stressing?


Page created 22 January 1994
Last updated 15 December 2016