Getting free from the debris of a trauma and attachment history requires a rather extreme re-orientation. We have to shift our habitual orientation of looking outside of ourselves for the answer, for ways to fill ourselves up. The answers out there, right? So many of us have been trained to think that [...]
Last week Anne Hallward, known to all as Dr. Anne from Safe Space Radio, interviewed a long time friend of mine and master teacher, Amy Weintraub about using yoga to manage depression and anxiety. Last week Anne Hallward, known to all as Dr. Anne from Safe Space Radio, interviewed a long time friend of mine and master teacher, Amy Weintraub about using yoga to manage depression and anxiety.
Bob Silverstein, is a therapist in New York City that I’ve known for many years. In the last couple years he has been using breathing meditation as a form of healing and connection. He’s had some terrific results. As we talked about it I invited him to write something that I could post for you [...]
Drawing on her study of multiple traditions and lineages—from ancient yoga practices to current neuroscientific research on yoga benefits and contraindications—Amy Weintraub presents a compendium of guided exercises for healing.
Here’s a chance to learn about LifeForce Yoga as a way to manage moods and learn techniques to support yourself, your students, and your clients. I’ve known Amy Weintraub for well over twenty years and taken many classes with her. Her skill as a teacher is well known. Amy’s integration of psychological theory with ancient techniques is woven into her LifeForce Yoga and is the subject of her upcoming book Yoga Skills for Therapists. [to read more....]