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Your Brain on Yoga - Yoga Ed.

When you do yoga, you’re not only giving your body a workout. As you move through breathing exercises, poses, and even relaxation, you’re actively stimulating your brain, too.

Yoga as Somatic Therapy for Healing Trauma and PTSD

When experiencing trauma, we may dissociate from our bodies. Yoga can help us reestablish our mind-body connection.

A Tale of Trauma and the Psoas

Discover the fascinating relationship between trauma, the nervous system, and the psoas as well as the role of the psoas in danger responses.

The Opposite of Sitting: A Quick Yoga Sequence to Reverse the Effects of Sitting Too Much | #fitnessyogabeginners #yogaposesforbeginners #yogalifestyle #yogameditation #yogabody

The Opposite of Sitting: A Quick Yoga Sequence to Reverse the Effects of Sitting Too Much | #fitnessyogabeginners #yogaposesforbeginners #yogalifestyle #yogameditation #yogabody

Inner Smile and Healing Sounds

by Spafford C. Ackerly As taught by Master Mantak Chia, Universal Healing Tao Center and Tao Garden Thailand In the Taoist tradition, positive and negative emotions are associated with the internal organs. One of the keys to good health is... Continue Reading →

6 Yoga Poses To Release Difficult Emotions

Yoga poses or asanas, pranayama, relaxation and meditation techniques helps to release difficult emotions and clears out energetic blockages.

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My Vinyasa Practice’s Clinical Yoga Therapy Program is designed to bridge the gap between private Yoga Therapy and integrative medicine. Our program combines our foundations of Yoga Therapy program with a practical Clinical Yoga Therapy program to give participants the ability to work seamlessly with health care staff and clinical healthcare teams in both professional and academic settings.
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Yoga Therapy addresses the whole being of your body’s needs, life energy, emotions, thoughts, and spirit of the higher self. Breath is the only associated physiological response of the nervous system that can be brought under our conscious control. Just bringing awareness to the breath can slow it down and smooth it out.
In this gentle yoga therapy class, Nicky takes you through three postures - melting heart pose, child's pose, and reclined goddess pose - that will help you process and manage grief. Offering plenty of variations, Nicky makes sure this practice is accessible to all skill levels.