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Developing the mind-body connection to foster personal growth and support mental and emotional wellness.
Examples of Spiritual Wellbeing:
Developing the mind-body connection
Understanding your own values; living in a way that is consistent with your values and goals
Feeling part of a larger community
Recognizing that spirituality is a personal experience
Respecting the values & beliefs of others
Seeking meaning and purpose in your life
Yoga for Emotional Balance : Simple Practices to Help Relieve Anxiety and Depression by "Emotional balance is within your reach when you cultivate the intelligence of both your body and mind. Bo Forbes, a psychologist and yoga teacher, presents an integrative approach to healing anxiety, depression, and chronic stress. In this book, she offers some of her most important teachings and practices, including- restorative yoga sequences designed to balance anxiety and lift depression breath- and body-centered exercises to calm your mind and energize your body simple ways to understand your emotional patterns an overview of the three main obstacles to emotional well-being five tools for building emotional balance Rooted in classical yoga yet supported by psychology and cience, the techniques in this book will help you create progressive and lasting change."
Call Number: RA781.7 .F67 2011
Publication Date: 2011-03-08
Musician's Yoga by (Berklee Press book). Become a better musician through yoga. By integrating yoga into your practice routines, you will develop a more focused and concentrated mind for performance. You will be able to increase awareness of how you use your body to allow for proper posture and ease of movement while performing, helping you to avoid overuse injuries and play with greater expression. These concepts, exercises, and practice routines present yoga from the musicians' perspective, focusing on the direct relationships between using yoga and creating music. You will learn to: * Practice meditation approaches, breathing techniques, and yoga postures that will help improve musicianship * Play using healthy posture and technique * Get more out of your practice through improved focus * Use your breath to improve your phrasing and also to ease performance anxiety * Play with deeper expression through inspiration.
Call Number: ML3820 .O47 M8 2009
Publication Date: 2009-01-01