Nahid de Belgeonne

Yoga and movement for stress and anxiety (PLUS a demo video)

Nahid de Belgeonne, known as “the nervous system whisperer”, is a Somatic Movement coach, breath and yoga teacher, with a passion for sharing the healing benefits of movement.

The transformative powers of movement first became clear to her in her teens, when vigorous physical exercise helped her to shift through emotional states.

Nahid has been a pivotal part of the London fitness landscape for 15 years, first operating successful yoga & wellbeing brand, Good Vibes, in central London, then for the past 2 years focusing on private clients and emerging as a thought leader on nervous system regulation.

She has a diverse background in the fashion, technology, and publishing sectors. The common thread in her life is learning how to stay agile in an ever-changing environment.
She encourages you to move by sensing what-you-feel rather than being overly concerned with how-it-looks.

She is informed by the latest thinking in neuroscience and teaches breath, somatic movement, somatic yoga flow, restorative yoga and guided meditation with the aim of bringing the nervous system back to balance.

Nahid teaches private sessions and weekly classes online on ‘The Human Method’, to an international clientele. The Human Method has been featured in The Times, Elle Magazine, Tatler, Harpers Bazaar, Grazia, and ES Magazine among others.

Just some of the points we cover in this session:
How yoga can help relieve the symptoms of anxiety, stress and insomnia often due to our hormone levels fluctuating and juggling so many different things in midlife
How we can rewire our brains to encourage positive transformational habits
How we can build this into our daily lives

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