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Issue 29

Early Fall/2010 LifeForce Yoga When Yoga International asked me to write about “Breath of Joy” for the upcoming winter issue, it brought back memories of a wonderful Kripalu Yogini named…

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Issue 28

Summer/2010 LifeForce Yoga Greetings! There are eyes that see into eternity. A presence beyond the power and magic of shamans. Let that in. Sink to the floor, full prostration. ~Rumi…

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Issue 27

Late Spring 2010 LifeForce Yoga Logo Greetings! I’m grateful for the support I received from so many of you as I taught in my boot-cast this last month at mental…

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Issue 26

Early Spring 2010 Some of you heard that I had foot surgery. Thank you for your kind wishes for my speedy recovery. I’m not walking yet, but on my 3rd…

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Issue 25

Winter/2009 LifeForce Yoga There are some wonderful new books that arrived on my desk in time for gift-giving season. Reading them this month has been a gift I’ve given myself….

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Issue 24

Late Fall/2009 LifeForce Yoga How do we welcome feelings of anticipation or even excitement–a vacation, a new relationship, a new project–without creating expectations that are bound to be disappointed? I’m…

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Issue 23

LifeForce Yoga® for Depression News & Research Issue: #23 August/2009 As I was preparing this newsletter, my beloved father, Milton “Mickey” Weintraub, died at 91, after a long and fulfilling…

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Issue 22

LifeForce Yoga® for Depression News & Research Issue #22 Spring Summer/2009 Feeling lonely can be bad for your health. Current scientific findings tell us that a sense of loneliness or…

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Issue 21

“When I look inside and see that I am empty, that is wisdom. When I look outside and see that I am everything, that is love. Between those two, my…

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Issue 20

LifeForce Yoga® for Depression News & Research Issue #20 Winter/2008 This is a special announcement to let you know about several new resources (including my own) that support optimum mental…

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Issue 19

LifeForce Yoga® for Depression News & Research Issue #19 Fall/2008 Life brings us challenges: recently, one of our dear LifeForce Yoga® Practitioners lost her twenty-year-old daughter in a car accident…

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Issue 18

LifeForce Yoga® for Depression News & Research Issue: # 18 Spring/Summer 2008 “Take your practiced powers and stretch them out until they span the chasm between two contradictions…” ~Ranier Maria…

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“I have found the pranayama (breathing practices) especially easy to introduce in a clinical setting. Some people have benefited quickly in unexpected and transformative ways.” — Liz Brenner, LICSW, LFYP, Watertown, MA
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“I began a fantasy during the meditation exercise... almost as if I’d been there. It’s now an on-going work of fiction.” — Serian Strauss, Tanzania
“This program changed my life in a significant way. It helped me connect with the spirit which is something you can’t get from psychotherapy and medication.” – G. W., artist, Pittsburgh, PA
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“Yoga Skills for Therapists is the ideal resource for those who want to bring yoga practices into psychotherapy or healthcare. Weintraub, a leader in the field of yoga therapy, offers evidence-based, easy-to-introduce strategies for managing anxiety, improving mood, and relieving suffering. Helpful clinical insights and case examples emphasize safety, trust, and skillful adaptation to the individual, making it easy to apply the wisdom of yoga effectively in the therapeutic context.” — Kelly McGonigal, PhD, author, Yoga for Pain Relief, Editor-in-Chief, International Journal of Yoga Therapy
“I integrate strategies like mantra tones and pranayama, but above all I invite myself and those I teach to cultivate svadhyaya, to practice self-observation without judgment.” — Barbara Sherman, RYT 200, LFYP, Tucson, AZ
“I gained tools for working with my own depression and with my clients’ depressions.” — Robert Sgona, LCSW, RYT, psychotherapist, Yoga teacher, Camden, ME.
“I feel profoundly transformed, both physically and emotionally. The connection between mind, body and spirit was clearly evident to me, but revealed to me through this workshop as an integrally vital link to overall health.” — Nadine Richardson, program manager at rehab agency, Monroe, CT
“I came hoping to learn to move past some of the obstacles blocking my creativity. Over the course of this weekend, I feel I’ve gained a certain measure of faith in myself and in my ability to change. I also had some realizations that I believe will be very helpful to me. I feel encouraged. Both the content and presentation of this program were so well-thought out that I can’t think of any way to improve it.” — Andrea Gollin, writer & editor, Miami, FL
“I have found the LFYP training to be incredibly useful in giving people specific tools to use in maintaining physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual balance, and further opening their intuitive abilities.” — Nancy Windheart, RYT-200, LFYP, Reiki Master, Animal communication teacher, Prescott, AZ
“My life is already changed! I will use the tools I learned in my own practice and in my work. I feel safe and seen.” — Susan Andrea Weiner, MA, teacher/expressive arts facilitator, El Cerrito, CA.
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