LifeForce Yoga® for Mood Management: I Am Bliss and So Are You
February 17, 2017 - February 20, 2017
Stockbridge, MA 01266 United States
Let Amy Weintraub, author of Yoga for Depression and Yoga Skills for Therapists, guide you through evidence-based yoga practices you might not find in regular classes and gentle self-inquiry to help release whatever blocks you from knowing your own true nature beneath your aches, pains, and shifting moods. You will experience ever-expanding moments of bliss, as you remember who you truly are. Designed for all levels of yoga practitioners, including beginners, many of these practices are suitable for use in a clinical setting. Healing professionals are invited to learn tools for their own self-care, as well as for those they serve. This workshop fulfills the prerequisite for the LifeForce Yoga® Practitioner Training.
Recommended reading/listening/viewing Amy Weintraub, Yoga for Depression (Broadway Books); LifeForce Yoga® to Beat the Blues—Levels 1 & 2 (DVD), and LifeForce Yoga® CD series, available at www.yogafordepression.com.
For everyone, including yoga and health professionals. 12 CEUs available. This program can be used as an elective towards the completion of your 300-Hour Hatha Yoga Teacher Training.
Amy Weintraub, founder of the LifeForce Yoga® Healing Institute and author of the bestselling Yoga for Depression (Broadway Books, 2004) and the ground-breaking Yoga Skills for Therapists: Effective Practices for Mood Management (W.W. Norton, 2012), has been a pioneer in the field of yoga and mental health for over 20 years. She trains health and yoga professionals at notable international venues and offers workshops for every day practitioners. The LifeForce Yoga® protocol is being used in residential treatment centers, hospitals and by health care providers around the world. She is involved in ongoing research on the effects of yoga on mood, and has produced an award-winning library of evidence-based yoga and meditation CDs and DVDs for mood management. She edits a newsletter that includes current research, news and media reviews on Yoga and mental health, archived here.
- February 17, 2017
- February 20, 2017