Helpful Information and Resources
The way we think about ourselves and the world can greatly impact the way we feel. Stress journaling is a simple practical exercise that can help us to gain awareness into our thinking patterns that unnecessarily contribute to stress. By becoming aware of this patterns we can reshape them to improve our resilience to stress . Click on the link below to learn more!
Long Deep Breathing
Long before psychology and medical science discovered the benefits of deep breathing, yogis were practicing pranayamas (breathing exercises) in order to access the "live force" and to bring peace of mind. The following video will demonstrate how to practice log deep breathing in order to reduce stress and to calm the mind.
Coronavirus and self-care
The coronavirus is causing feelings of panic and stress in all of our lives. Please refer the following resources for guidance on how to take care of your mental and physical well-being during this difficult time.
Yogic Breathing Techniques for Stress
Research has shown that yoga breathing techniques (or pranayama) can help to reduce the negative impacts of stress. Please refer the following page to learn more yogic breathing techniques for stress.
Simple Yoga Asanas for Seated Practice
Research has shown that yoga practice can help to reduce the negative impacts of stress, as well as to reduce anxiety and depression. Please refer the following page to learn more about simple seated yoga asana practices.