Tag Archives: Anxiety

Yoga Therapy

What is Yoga therapy? Yoga therapy is a private one to one session with a highly qualified and experienced teacher. What does yoga therapy involve? An initial consultation is held with all new yoga therapy clients. This allows clear objectives and … Continue reading

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Yoga for Anxiety

Yoga for Anxiety Belly Breathing/Abdominal Breathing Anxiety tends to manifest itself as tension in the shoulders and abdomen, from continuous breathing mainly in the upper chest and collarbone region. Constantly breathing like this can signal to our sympathetic system that … Continue reading

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Feeling anxious?

Feeling anxious? Through Yoga, we can intentionally work on releasing stored emotions to diminish anxiety. Yoga involves mindfulness, deep breathing and focusing the mind. This can effectively help us when dealing with anxiety. Anxiety is a broad condition that encompasses … Continue reading

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Yoga for Asthma

BREATH EASY WITH YOGA Exercising asthma is recommended but people with asthma can find some forms of physical exercises may trigger their asthma. This is why yoga is catching on among people with asthma!! With so much emphasis on the … Continue reading

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Nadi Shodhana

  Recently I shared alternate Nostril Breathing or Nadi Shodhana, in relation to anxiety and depression. As it is such a beautiful practice, I would like to share it again and encourage people to incorporate it into their day! Nostril Breathing This Breathing … Continue reading

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Depression & anxiety, can Yoga help?

  Yoga is one of the best ways to lighten your mood and help keep depression at bay. Postures help to counteract anxiety-driven depression because it reduces stress hormones like cortisol and adrenaline, inducing what’s known as the relaxation response. The … Continue reading

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