Dr Judy Lovas is dedicated to teaching relaxation therapy for
anxiety, pain, depression, sleep disorders & chronic conditions
and providing quality education in how to use relax effectively
Art & Science of Relaxation is a unique educational service in the therapeutic benefits of evidence-based relaxation therapy. ASR teaches people simple relaxation skills to enhance health and reduce stress, pain, anxiety, depression, sleep disorders and trauma. ASR teaches health professionals how to apply Psychoneuroimmunology-based Relaxation Therapy in clinical practice for chronic, stress-related conditions. ASR grew from years of study, teaching, research and practice in psychology, complementary therapies, psychoneuroimmunology and scientific research.
About Dr Judy Lovas
Judy has an eclectic background in psychology, education, massage therapy, clinical practice and a PhD from the University of Sydney. Judy’s keen interest in health and medical science and her passion for quality education combined to create ASR in 2010.
Judy is a dynamic speaker for a broad audience. She presents to:
school students to learn relaxation coping skills for study and life
health and medical practitioners to clinically apply relaxation therapy
university students studying psychology, medical science, counselling
private and public organisations for better workplace health
people who’d like to learn simple relaxation skills and improve health
Judy is a co-ordinator for the Northern Sydney Persistent Pain and Mental Health Professional Network.
Between classes and speaking engagements, Judy regularly practices the art of relaxation with family and friends.
ASR Relaxation Presentations teach people simple and effective relaxation skills to reduce stress. Participants experience relaxation, understand the benefits and learn how to practice regularly for less anxiety, pain, depression, sleep disorders and trauma. Judy clearly explains how relaxation works and how to use it in daily life to cope better with stress
Besides the noble art of getting things done, there is a nobler art of leaving things undone