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Yoga Therapy for Fear: Treating Anxiety, Depression and Rage with the Vagus Nerve and Other Techniques

by Beth Spindler Singing Dragon
Pub Date:
06/2018
ISBN:
9781848193741
Format:
Pbk 240 pages
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Uncover fearlessness through yoga's methods and disciplines with this guide. This book offers a medically-proven approach to help students and clients uncover their own radiance that is hidden by fear and anxiety. Yoga offers a readily-accessible system for courageous living, and this book explains how to use simple and quick yoga therapy methods for accessing the vagus nerve, resulting in instant relief from symptoms of fear, including depression, anxiety and rage. It offers asana, pranayama and dhyana exercises that help to eliminate 'worry chatter', directly affecting the amygdala, the part of the brain responsible for fearful thoughts. Addressing many components of fear, the book explains when fear is useful and when it is not, and teaches how to reprogram responses to uncertain circumstances so that they can be dealt with in a healthy way.


 


Market - Yoga teachers and yoga therapists; bodyworkers.

1. Unearthing Fear. 2. Yoga Therapy as Social Activism. 3. Six Months of Living without Fear. 4. Being Okay with Not Being Okay. 5. Viva la Vagus. 6. Issues in the Tissues. 7. PTSD and How Pat-a-cake Can Make You Brave. 8. Fear and the Creative Process. 9. But I Thought All Yoga was Therapeutic? 10. Guts! Yoga and Digestive Health. 11. The Breath with the Creative Process as a Path Toward Fearlessness. 12. Heal the World By Living Courageously.

Beth Spindler, C-IAYT, ERYT, is a practicing yoga therapist in the Greater New York Area. She writes and teaches for Yoga International Publications and offers workshops, training and seminars worldwide. She has worked as a medical yoga therapist, trained teachers and yoga therapists, and has taught yoga for nearly 40 years.