relaxation resilience benefits

Self care to decrease:

  • Anxiety-related symptoms
  • Headaches or migraines
  • Autoimmune disorders
  • Mild to moderate depression
  • Chronic pain or TMJ
  • Insomnia or fatigue
  • Gastrointestinal disorders
  • Skin problems
  • Asthma or allergies


  • the connection between stress and physical or emotional problems
  • a wide variety of techniques to elicit the relaxation response, the body’s natural antidote to stress
  • to shift toward realistic positive thoughts and beliefs
  • the importance of healthy eating, restorative sleep and physical activity

Science & Goals

Get an overview of the science of stress and the relaxation response.

Learn which behaviors, attitudes, and thoughts lead to the stress response and which ones elicit the relaxation response.

Set personal GOALS.

meditation and stress
Personalized Meditation

Class starts with learning and practicing a wide variety of meditation methods each week.

Review goals and homework.

positive psychology
Personalized Mental Exercises

The second part focuses on mental strategies to antidote stress.

Practice motivational and behavioral skills for successful behavior change.

Based on the SMART 3 RP (Relaxation Response Resilience Program)

Developed by the Benson Henry Institute for Mind-Body Medicine, you will get the official manual and we will go through the entire course together highlighting skills most relevant to you.

This program is based on over 40 years of research by Dr. Benson and his team.

This is the foundational program that teaches us how to increase resilience and protect ourselves from mental and physical stressors.

Hi, I’m Dr. Juna

I am a board certified physician and graduate of the NYU School of Medicine. I am a Lifestyle and Mind-Body Medicine specialist.

I've been teaching The Science of Resilience for 10 years to private students and at many schools including NYU, Columbia and currently, at Juilliard.

I have a health care professional certification from the Benson Henry Institute for Mind-Body Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, to deliver this course, SMART - 3RP (Stress Management and Resilience Training, Relaxation Response, Resilience Program).



Students One on One Coaching Plan

Private Stress & Resilience Classes

If you want the most efficient results and a personalized program for your unique situation, you're in the right place.

One on one Virtual Coaching of the Stress Management and Resilient Program, SMART 3 RP (Relaxation Response Program)


"Dr. Bobby made sure to incorporate the lessons into our daily schedule. I enjoyed how she engaged with us through our assignments and her comments on them. She also made sure to guide us through this course and help us understand what was being taught."

"The course definitely exceeded my expectations. I learned a lot about myself, including: - how to properly deal with stress and anxiety - my strengths and weaknesses as a person - how to improve my mental and physical health through meditating and changes in: lifestyle (eating, exercise, sleeping), screen time/phone usage, and how I address my thoughts"

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I get a refund if I'm unhappy with my purchase?

If you are unsatisfied with your coaching, we can stop the program at any time. You will be reimbursed for the unused portion of the program minus $215, ($65 for book + SH, and course processing fee).

As stated in Teachable's Terms of Use, Coaching IS NOT covered by Teachable's 30-day student refund policy.

How do I schedule my appointment?

Upon purchasing coaching, you'll receive further instructions on how to book a time for your appointment.

Can I purchase more coaching?

Absolutely! You can purchase additional, individual sessions or packages.