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When you feel tension rising – take a 5-minute break and practice yoga breathing for stress relief. Here are 2 yoga breathing exercises that you can practice just about anywhere, any time. So instead of reacting to that stressful situation – … Continue reading
If your teen feels fearful, powerless, and doomed – consider yoga for anxiety in teens. A new study suggests that yoga offers relief to anxious teens. The study used Kripalu yoga – and I’ve found a free Kripalu yoga video … Continue reading
Are harmful drugs necessary to treat depression? Increasingly, studies are proving the efficacy of yoga for depression and anxiety relief. One of the leading proponents of the use of yoga to restore balance to mind and body is Amy Weintraub, … Continue reading
Recent research on yoga relief for anxiety found a “dramatic decrease in symptoms” in Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) after 5 days of home practice. This is great news for those resistant to, or displeased with, other therapies. Anti-anxiety medications come … Continue reading