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Updated: Apr 30

Breathing exercises are a natural answer to the unrest we all feel daily. “When we experience stress, the fight-or-flight response is activated, and your heart rate is elevated. You have a lot of adrenaline moving through your body and cortisol,” Monness explains. “When we start to take some long, deep breaths in very patterned, rhythmic ways, we actually signal our nervous system that now, in response to fight-or-flight, we can rest and digest. The heart rate is lowered, and blood pressure goes down.”

From Westchester Magazine

Updated: Apr 30

With families on edge about the spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus, it can be hard to relieve stress without leaving home. To help people cope, Irvington resident Jennifer Monness has turned to the internet.

From The Rivertowns Enterprise

Updated: Apr 30

Due to the success of the Mediation Lab programs, IHS students have taken the initiative to work with Ms. Monness by creating a Meditation Lab Club as well as incorporating the practice into peer leadership.

From The Paw Print

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