2122741244Life’s distractions make each day challenging.

Stressed, tired, overwhelmed, irritable, but you must keep moving. You go throughout your day flooded with thoughts to the point your stomach curls and your head hurts.

Your body aches, your heart rate increases, your breathing speeds up, and you start getting hot flashes. All this puts you in not one of your best moods. You’re moody.

None of it matters because all you want to do is make it home, bury your head in your pillows, and pretend everything around you is gone.

Stress, anxiety, and depression can leave you feeling like you’re running on autopilot. If you struggle with difficult emotions that rob your day and worry that robs your mind, mindfulness-based techniques will ground you, increase self-awareness, and help you regulate your mood.

At Feeling Moody, our therapists use research-backed mindfulness interventions proven to improve your health, sleep, and general well-being.

Become present and aware – through mindfulness.

We can deliver mindfulness through a variety of avenues.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) mindfulness tactics use your senses to draw focus on the thoughts, feelings, and sensations that come with the present moment. With your therapist’s guidance, you will recognize the negative thought patterns and impulsive reactions disrupting your peace.

DBT can equip you with newfound skills to reduce stress, allowing you to find it is easier to regulate your emotions, and in turn, your relationships will improve.

Dance Mindfulness involves merging movement and mindfulness to aid relaxation, self-confidence, and self-exploration. Through breath, sound, body, mind, spirit, story, and fusion, clients experience recovery from life’s triggers and physical and mental healing from past hurts and traumas in an environment of acceptance and openness.

Dance Mindfulness is for all people, all shapes, sizes, and physical abilities. It’s a fun and exciting way to connect your mind, body, and spirit for optimal results.

1930972889Learn to live mindfully.

Mindfulness requires a meditative, nonjudgmental environment to work.

Here at Feeling Moody, we provide a safe space to cultivate healthier habits with gentle support every step of the way.

Learn to shut off those distractions, regulate your emotions, and become more mindful of the here and now.

Through mindfulness, those aches and pains can disappear, and you can experience a shift in your mood – as you awake each day with enthusiasm rather than dread.

Let’s get started! All it takes is contacting us today.