Hi Friend,

Since you’re here, I’m going to assume that you want support for managing stress and anxiety.

There is so much going on in our world right now and if you’re feeling overwhelmed, you’re not alone.

With so much turbulence and uncertainty in our world, things can feel out of control. And feeling out of control and uncertain make our experience of stress and anxiety worse.

While we can’t control what’s going on in the world, we can take steps to regulate our nervous system and calm our minds. Small daily habits, done consistently can help us stay on top of our stress and feel calm and in control.

Here is a compilation of free resources to help with stress and anxiety in turbulent times.

And please reach out to us if you need support.

Keep calm,


Stress and anxiety resources

Breathwork for stress and anxiety

Discover 3 powerful breathwork techniques for lowering stress and anxiety

Release Tension from Tight Shoulders

Simple stretches and exercises to release chronic tension in neck and shoulders.

Get a good night’s sleep with this gentle yoga routine.

Relax your body and calm your mind with this guided meditation.


Join Monica for this 7 month transformational coaching program.


  • Cultivating a meditation practice
  • Healing anxiety from the root
  • Building emotional awareness, sensitivity and acceptance
  • Healing the emotional trauma that’s been holding you back
  • Ending the war with yourself
  • Finding the courage and freedom to live your life on purpose
  • Transforming your wounds into wisdom and grace.

Imagine feeling clear, calm and content…

Join Monica + Ruth for a 6 week online meditation course

Together we will:

  1. Learn to meditate
  2. Practice daily
  3. Get support to make it a habit

What makes this course different from apps and other courses are the live daily practice sessions.

Daily practice with support and accountability from Monica will help you embed your habit into your subconscious mind so that it will stick.

Because learning a new skill is one thing, making it a daily habit requires repetition, accountability and support.