Shoot The Five with Xavier Porter interviews Mecca Nelson, community, social activist, and founder/creator of the #YomaMethod during this enlightening podcast interview.
To try to describe #MeccaNelson is an understatement.
Mecca Nelson is a QUEEN who has endured a lifetime of pain, who continues to persevere for the greatness of her daughter and her husband.
Ms. Nelson’s husband was tragically killed while protecting the lives of our people within the United States and from around world.
In speaking with Ms. Nelson, she shares the many hardships that she faced, both personally and inter-personally.
Ms. Nelson also discusses realism of dealing with POST TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER (PTSD), while also being labeled and viewed as an angry black woman #mentalwellness
With everything that has taken place, Ms. Nelson found a way to deal with all the anxiety, anger, and stress through her own technique, which is loved by many in the community and across the world as the “YOMA METHOD”
Ms. Nelson has studied, created, and developed a “sense of healing, relaxation, and understanding” for many people who have not experienced life changing events, but also for those who need a release on ever-growing personal issues.
ABOUT MECCA NELSON – CREATOR OF THE YOMA METHOD
Mecca Nelson began training in Martial Arts to cope with the death of her husband, who lost his life fighting in the U.S. Military.
She began as a way to stay in shape and quickly fell in love with how strong and independent Martial Arts made her feel.
Nelson didn’t know what she was capable of until she tried it, and she realized her immense and incredible strength as a woman and as a single mother.
Nelson excelled to become a Martial Arts instructor and Personal Trainer.
During her training career, Nelson suffered a substantial injury that left her walking with a cane.
Seeking a way to take care of herself and her body during a time she could no longer fight, she turned to yoga.
Nelson discovered that the physical strength she found from Martial Arts was mirrored in the mental strength she gained from Yoga.
She felt calmer, at ease, and an overall sense of well-being in her life when she balanced out the fierceness of fighting with the softness of Yoga and Meditation.
This realization sparked Nelson’s idea to combine these two life-changing disciplines.
THE YOMA METHOD is taught in workshops to everyone from pre-teens to adults.
BUILDING YOUR FOUNDATION FROM INSIDE OUT
THE YOMA METHOD was created, and continues to be taught by Martial Artist and Yoga Instructor, Mecca Nelson.
The system allows you to deepen your connection with the self while simultaneously rejuvenating your Qi (Energy), mind, body, and spirit as well.
THE YOMA METHOD combines various modalities, helping those that have experienced any sort of trauma including, but not limited to: PTSD, rape, domestic violence, grief, anxiety, depression, self-esteem/self-worth, and stress, just to list a few.
This practice will provide you with the tools necessary to manage many types of daily stressors from Trauma-Release Exercises and Bully-Blocking Techniques, to Self-Defense Techniques and Anger-Management Exercises, plus so much more.
The end result is a stronger, calmer, and more well-balanced mind, body, and spirit.
Or in other words, a stronger, calmer, and more well-balanced YOU!
Ms. Nelson is a:
Martial Artist/Yoga instructor
Qigong/Tai Chi Instructor
Super Mom/Child of God
Founder YOMA METHOD
For continued support, please follow Mecca Nelson at:
For continued support and to “Get in Touch”, contact Ms. Nelson at:
Tel: (347) 701-9578
Xavier Porter is the:
• Host | Producer of: SHOOT THE FIVE PODCAST WITH XAVIER PORTER
• Editor and Lead Writer: www.brooklynfights.com
• Fight Analyst for: Facebook FIGHTNIGHTLIVE https://www.facebook.com/FaceFIGHTNIGHTLIVE/
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