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You feel anxious and busy at work and you don’t create a lot of free time for yourself. There’s no end to your mental to-do list and you just want a moment to breathe.

Hi, I’m Teresa Neuhaus an empowerment coach + yoga teacher and I can help.

Do you wish you could press the pause button on your life and reboot to a time when you experienced a sense of happiness and ease?

I help bright professionals take a deep breath, let go of all busyness, and reclaim their confidence, so they can fully participate in their life and feel ready to take on any anything.

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What I Learned In A Week Of Silence: Let Go To Receive {Part 3}

Business_BlogPath3As I was slowly walking towards the labyrinth it happened. Oh no, was the first thought that came into my mind. Wetness, I could feel it. The outside of my right leg felt wet which only meant one thing. My water bottle opened up inside the small bag I was carrying.

I knew Izzy {I named my iPhone, Izzy} was in there, but it was secure in a zipped plastic bag. When I opened my bag, water poured out. Eek! My journal was a little wet, a poem my husband wrote for me and left me to find was completely drenched, and I forgot to zip the bag Izzy was in. BIG mistake.

I ran back to my room, grabbed a towel and took off Izzy’s protective case. There was water everywhere. I wiped it all off and it seemed to be working fine. Yay, that was a close call.

I decided not to wear my watch this year, so I would feel less time bound and free. Izzy was the only connection to time I had.

After Izzy was free of water, I put her into the bag and zipped it – making sure this time. Now, I could walk the labyrinth. Off I go.

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What I Learned In A Week Of Silence: Blossom Where You Are {Part 2}

Business_BlogMushroom2One of the many reasons I love the week I spend in silence is that I get to craft my day anyway I want.

Swimming in the lake? Perfect. Going for a walk? Sure. Resting in the sun? Sounds great. Relaxing in the sauna and getting all slippery? Yes! Yoga? Absolutely! Cartwheels in the meadow? Of course. Each day can be so different.

It’s different, but also the same. Same in the way that I notice everything. I wrote about that in Part 1 of this blog series. Click here to read Part 1. Here is one of my journal entries about what I noticed and how that awareness gave me so much insight.

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What I Learned In A Week of Silence: My Roots + Awareness {Part 1}

Business_BlogPCloverSilence1Ahhh, silence. I never knew how much I would grow to love it. You see, I grew up in a loud German family. Every reason to celebrate and get together was fully taken advantage of by my mother’s side of the family.

I remember a very fond memory of climbing under a stack of jackets on the bed at my great-grandmother’s house. My brother and I would fall a sleep to the muffled noises of laughter, hands slamming on a card table as the guys were playing cards {sometimes the language changed to German and then you knew that person was loosing}, even louder laughter, soda pop cans opening, storytelling, recipes being exchanged, laughter so loud you would think that would be the loudest it could get. Then, the noises grew quiet and morphed together as I would fall a sleep.

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Living a Fulfilled Life: 10 Things to Stop Doing Now

HappyWomanSunLiving a fulfilled life isn’t about adding more. It’s really about subtracting the unconscious behaviors, negative beliefs, or patterns that drive your life. We live in a society that tells us we don’t have enough, so we feel the need to constantly add more to feel fulfilled. Is it just me or does that feel exhausting?

Personally, I feel most fulfilled and happy in the quiet moments of doing what I love, talking to a friend who understands me deeply, loosing track of time in a activity I enjoy, being in nature, relaxing, and creating something new. The simple things. Wouldn’t it be easier to take away what doesn’t work for you anymore rather than trying to find that one thing you think is missing? I’ve compiled a list of 10 things to stop doing to live a fulfilled life.

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25 Ways to Take Care of Yourself When You’re Busy

Business_JulyBP2 Have you been forgetting to schedule time for yourself lately? Let’s turn it around. Summer is the perfect time to take an inventory of your needs.

Is not enough Time at the top of your list? It’s a biggie for most people. This is one resource that can’t be bought or borrowed. We all get the same 24 hours in a day. It’s what you do with those precious 24 hours that counts. You get the same 24 hours as people who have changed the world. What did they do differently? They made every moment count and would not spend time on things that didn’t help them live out the vision they had for their life. A question to ask yourself is, Can I make some small shifts, so I can live out the vision I have for my life?

If time isn’t at the top of your list, what is? Have you simply forgot about you in the flurry of life?

I’ve complied a list of 25 simple ways to take care of yourself, even if you don’t have a lot of time. Choose just one and get started today. Your future self will thank you.

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What I Learned About Overwhelm & Acceptance

JuneBlogPostPhotoEach year I select a theme for myself. Last year it was Fearless {Fearless was a doozie – be careful what you put out there} and this year it’s Limitless. Last year also began a 2 year education theme for me as well. The education piece had been coming to me for years prior. I absolutely LOVE to learn. I feel like it’s in my blood. If only I had a education fund that would magically replenishing itself.

I’m the girl who sits in the front row and takes copious notes. My yoga teacher told me once you receive more grace by sitting in the front row. I never forgot that and in all honesty, don’t we all need a little more grace? Front row, here I come! Once I’m in my front row seat, I focus, breathe deeply, and take it all in like a sea sponge. I take in what I can and let go of what I can’t, letting it flow through me with ease.

It was during this so called education theme when my schedule got out of hand and I lost my focus.

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Doing this one thing acts as a buffer for stress. Do you do it?

Jumping in lakeThe dreaded 6 letter word, S-T-R-E-S-S. It seems to be around all the time. Either you have it, you know of someone who is experiencing it, or you hear about it from your friends or family.

According to Healthy People 2000, a report from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 70-80% of all visits to the doctor are for stress-related or stress-induced illnesses. According to the same report, the cost of job stress in the U.S. is estimated at $200 billion annually, including cost of absenteeism, loss of productivity, and insurance claims. Wowzers!

First of all, I want to say that all stress isn’t bad. It takes stress to grow your muscles, achieve goals and ride a roller coaster. I’m not talking about good stress. I’m talking about the kind of stress that is not healthy like angry outbursts, worrisome thoughts that keep you up at night, feeling overwhelmed, not being able to relax, and more.

Want to know the one thing you can do to tame the stress beast?

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Feeling Powerless? How to Build Inner Strength

Feeling Powerless?I remember last October all too well. My mind buzzed with the words, “will I get through the end of the year?” I had lots of things on my mind. I was thinking about my husband’s recent surgery, we had to put our beloved dog, Olive down, and I had a health scare. So many life changing experiences happened all at the same time. It got to me and I felt defeated and powerless which is something I don’t feel often.

Have you ever felt like this? When your whole world feels like it’s crumbling down or you’re struggling with a decision and it’s rendering you powerless. It’s a fact of life we will go through turbulent times. I’ve written this blog post for you, so you can ride the waves of life with resiliency connected to your inner strength.

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Take the next step

I’m going to get straight to the point and just say it. Why do we need a death sentence to find out how to live?

I’m sure you’ve heard of men and women who after receiving a fatal medical diagnosis, change their life completely. They apologize to who they need to apologize to and begin doing {start a business, travel, connect with old friends} what they’ve always wanted to do.

Why does this need to happen?

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7 Easy Yoga & Ayurveda Health Tips

I wasn’t always as healthy as I am right now. It took yoga, meditation and lots of self-reflection to find out what works for my body. I still have more to learn, but through my health challenges, yoga, and Ayurveda training, I’ve found some practices that are really helpful. Are you ready to improve your health? Here are seven easy ways to cultivate health and harmony.

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