Schools help students learn to manage stress

03/23/2009 | U.S. News & World Report

Testing, college admissions and financial worries may trigger student stress, but some schools are fighting back by teaching students yoga, tai chi and other relaxation techniques. "It empowers students in a moment when it's easy for stress and anxiety to take away their confidence," said teacher Carla Tantillo, who is also a certified yoga instructor. "What I've noticed is that students will experience anxiety, but they can pull themselves out of it quicker."

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