Yoga Lifestyle with Cristina



To the Yogi who shows up on the Yoga Mat,​ this is my letter to you, by Cristina Holtz March 2019 (3 min read)

I am writing this from a personal experience.  I have been practicing yoga for 15 years and teaching for almost 5. YOGA DOES NOT HAVE TO BE UNREALISTICALLY POSITIVE TO BE HELPFUL Sometimes as a Teacher and also as a student... Continue Reading →

Defuse Anxiety By Asking Yourself This One Simple Question

Byron Katie, author and founder of The Work, explains how a simple yes or no question can help you relieve stress. Anxiety is the great unifier these days. It seems everyone is suffering from it. What if gaining perspective on... Continue Reading →

How Psychotherapy Retrains the Brain to Expect (and Feel) Better

June 5, 2017 •  By Alex Afram, PhD, Topic Expert People enter psychotherapy with the desire to feel better, but they are often unsure how therapy will help them accomplish this goal. A common refrain from people hesitant to enter therapy is, “How is talking going... Continue Reading →

Study: Yoga and mindfulness may help elementary school students manage stress, anxiety

Yoga/mindfulness activities may facilitate stress management among elementary school students and may be added as a complement to social and emotional learning activities, according to a Tulane University study. Published April 10 in Psychology Research and Behavior Management Journal, the... Continue Reading →

Depression /Anxiety and Yoga Clinical Insights – What to do in a yoga class to counteract the feelings of being depressed or anxious.

When we experience depression,we experience a lack of physical and emotional grounding.  Breath  is shallow ,shoulders are rounded, head is lowered and spine is colapsed. Anixiety most often is paired up with depression and the practitioner can find he or... Continue Reading →

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