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LIVE ONLINE IMMERSION LifeForce Yoga with Amy Weintraub: Yoga for Depression and Anxiety
October 2 - October 4
Arvada, CO 80002 United States
LIVE ONLINE WORKSHOP
This training incorporates breathing, postures, meditation techniques and other experiential yogic tools for mood management in order to work therapeutically with individuals and groups.
For thousands of years, yogis have understood what current research in neurobiology and clinical observations are demonstrating — that, working with a body and breath-based practice, we can manage our moods. This course interweaves the power of an ancient discipline with current scientific findings to help you release what’s no longer serving you — without a story attached! In this three-day training, you will learn and practice breathing exercises, easy postures, guided meditations, and other experiential yogic tools for mood management that are not often taught in regular yoga classes.
The workshop will include a mix of practice, lecture and practicum. All pre-recorded materials will be sent a week in advance to the start of training.
- Creating Sacred Space
- The Research and Philosophical Foundations of LifeForce Yoga for mood (Pre-Recorded)
- Lecture on meeting the mood and shifting the mood
- Lecture on Nada Yoga (Sound) (Pre-Recorded)
- Centering Strategies for Mood (Mudra, Mantra & Bhavana)
- Bee Breath
- Bellows Breath
- Stairstep breath
- Directing Awareness
- Practice Teaching
- Experience of LifeForce Yoga Chakra Clearing Meditation
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 everyday practitioners. The LifeForce Yoga® protocol is being used in residential treatment centers, hospitals and by healthcare 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.