Posts Tagged ‘anxiety’

Being is Enough: The Neuroscience of Embodied Mindfulness

This blog article was written for Stretch Vancouver In the summer of 2013, I sustained a brain injury that forced me to drop out of school and take a significant amount of time off work. Many people are aware that a concussion can lead to headaches, nausea, dizziness, pressure in the head, difficulty focusing, and […]

What is Yoga Therapy?

Here’s Bo Forbes discussing Yoga Therapy as a general practice, which I feel very much aligns with the approach I offer. Established 30 years ago, Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy (PRYT) is the pioneering yoga therapy school to borrow from Humanistic Psychology and create a client-centered approach that focuses on the mind-body-emotion connection with incredible application to […]

The Power of Presence: Can Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy Help Reduce Anxiety?

Anxiety disorders are ubiquitous across the globe. A recent study found the current global prevalence for anxiety disorders to be 7.3% of the world’s population – that means 1 in 14 at any given time, and 1 in 9 during any given year will experience an anxiety disorder (Baxter 2013). Anxiety, which is distinct from […]