An in-home, accessible to all stress reduction using yoga techniques is appealing to the nation to help get sent free of charge to any veteran who wants it. Bootstrap USA is the culmination of a mutli-year effort led Former US Army Infantry Officer Eric Walrabenstein. Walrabenstein worked with a team of veterans that included psychologists with the aim of producing no-pressure product that could be used in the privacy of a veteran’s home, at their own pace.
Walrabenstein and his team want to raise enough money to put the entire ten-week Bootstrap program online via a customized learning portal that will dispense lessons, provide expert coaching and assistance, as well as connect troops and veterans with resources and to one another in order foster a level of camaraderie missing since their days of service. The mind/body connection program can be used for an hour or less per day, and still show significant signs of stress reduction.
Bootstrap’s secret is a three stage Life Restore process. “Our goal is to engage users as active participants in their own healing,” he says, by fostering understanding about the workings of stress, while providing powerful techniques to interrupt it. By learning this, people become empowered to manage their wellness over the long haul.”
They’re asking for a $3 donation, as well as help to push the word out through social networks over the next 90 days. Bootstrap offers a variety of press releases and samples of tweets and posts to tell people about the program. To give $3, simply go to http://bootstrapusa.com/give.