Ayurvedic psychotherapy recognises anxiety as a condition called chittodvega. Anxiety or the tendency for disturbing thoughts, mano-dushti, is attributed to an imbalance in physical, psychological and spiritual spheres
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Amy Weintraub outlines a study which shows in women with menstrual disorders and mild to moderate anxiety and depressive symptoms, yoga nidra significantly reduced their anxiety and depression.
Simon Borg-Olivier suggests that the way you practice yoga and how you breathe has a direct impact on what you choose to eat.
Dr. Shaun Matthews outlines the central tenets of the Ayurvedic and Yogic approaches to living a full and satisfying life.
Painful Knees and All Such Things, by James Bone.James Bone is physiotherapist, Yoga therapist, Bowen therapist and author. He is a member of AAYT (Australian Association of Yoga Therapists) and IAYT (International Association of Yoga Therapists.) In this article, he...
In this insightful article Petrea King shares her thoughts on how to approach life when griefs enters our lives.
Dr. Craig Hassed describes a simple mindfulness meditation practice.
Swami Satyadharma details the meaning of prana or life force and describes the five pranas in detail.
Amy Weintraub outlines a study which indicates that three yoga classes a week can help reduce irregular heartbeat by almost half and may help prevent stroke.
This article summarises research by Dr. Shirley Telles which compares what happens in the brain during the yogic practices of dharana and dhyana.