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From the Yoga Bear "Meeting of the Minds" conference on January 10th, 2008. Kelly McGonigal, PhD shares strategies for yoga therapy.

From the Yoga Bear "Meeting of the Minds" conference on January 10th, 2008. Kelly McGonigal, PhD shares strategies for yoga therapy.

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Evidence-based Teaching Recommendations & Strategies for Yoga Therapy Evidence-based Teaching Recommendations & Strategies for Yoga Therapy Presentation Transcript

  • Kelly McGonigal, PhD Yoga Bear Advisor Editor in Chief , International Journal of Yoga Therapy Evidence-Based Teaching Strategies
  • Yoga Therapy Spirit
  • Relaxation Restorative Yoga Breathing
  • Breathing
    • The Body Scan (“Breathing the Body”)
    • Alternate Nostril Breathing
    • Extended Exhalations
  • Meditation Philosophy
  • Meditation
    • Breath Awareness/Mindfulness
    • Lovingkindness (self and others)
    • Visualizations
  • Philosophy Pearls
    • “Yoga is about……”
      • Compassion for yourself
      • Letting go
      • Accepting impermanence
      • Recognizing your inner strength
    • “Know that….”
      • You are already whole, and already healed.
      • The energy of life flows through you.
      • You are not this body, and you are not separate from this body. You are the radiance who lives inside this body.
  • Asana Vinyasa
  • Asana and Vinyasa
    • Keep it simple
    • Forget perfect – look for a way in, not the way
    • Emphasize the meaning and benefits of a pose
      • Releasing tension
      • Heart-opening
      • Expressing strength, balance, courage
      • Opportunity to take care of yourself
    • Create rituals and routines
  • Flow Chanting Discussion
  • GESTURE OF COURAGE
  • OM
  •  
  • Class Plan
    • Welcome
    • Relaxation with Breathing/Meditation
    • Gentle Asana or Vinyasa
    • Relaxation with Breathing/Meditation
    • Create Community
  •  
  • Resources
    • International Association of Yoga Therapists
    • www.iayt.org
    • Kelly McGonigal
    • www.kellymcgonigal.com
    • [email_address]