Emotional Fitness Online Training Anxiety Coaching Stress Relief Services Launch

Seth Grey Collett at Anxiety Hack launched an updated range of stress, anxiety and depression management training sessions for people looking to lead happier and healthier lives. Seth is an expert in emotional fitness, helping people of all ages train their minds to achieve happiness.

Knysna, South Africa - August 25, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Anxiety Hack announced the launch of an updated range of anxiety coaching and body-mind training programs for those interested in learning how to exercise their emotional fitness. A tool enabling everyone to live a more rich and full life, emotional fitness is an ideal solution to overcoming anxiety, stress and depression.

More information can be found at http://www.anxietyhack.net

The mind needs regular exercise and training just as much as the body does in order to stay healthy and fit. Just as the body is designed to heal itself, emotions can guide a person from a condition of stress and disease to a state of peace, health, and compassion.

Emotional fitness is the ability to adapt to any circumstance emotionally. It means that a person is able to control their own emotions and thoughts and not the other way around.

Seth Grey Collett at Anxiety Hack is certified in Neuro-linguistic programming in Cape Town, South Africa, and is a qualified certified Hypnotherapist. He is also certified as a Clean language Coach and Numerologist by the Hanz Decoz of Pythagoras and as a Yoga/Breathework Specialist through 10 years of Disciplined practice.

Seth specializes in emotional fitness training, helping clients learn how to lead to a stronger, healthier and more balanced emotional life. His training classes motivate each client to repeat positive actions or avoid negative ones, thus moving away from pain towards pleasure.

Anxiety Hack is dedicated to teaching people of all ages the discipline, willpower, and mindfulness they need in order to develop emotional fitness. Seth’s new training programs will help clients develop the ability to consciously shift to a healthier and happier life.

According to the official website of Anxiety Hack, “We know how frustrating & challenging it is to try to solve your emotional challenges, because we have been there. That’s why we coach differently. We work to systematically identify and address your individual needs. We select corrective exercises that help you engage the right mind-set to bring about inner harmony.”

Interested parties can find more by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Seth Collett
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Organization: Anxiety Hack
Address: 49 Rheenendal Road Peace of eden, Knysna, Western Cape 6576, South Africa
Website: http://www.anxietyhack.net

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88911907

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