Posts Tagged ‘anxiety’

How Yoga Helps Mind, Body and Spirit

If you’re like most therapy clients, you’re likely experiencing two common problems. The first is a sense of being stuck in a mind that replays reruns of worries or past mistakes. The second is trouble dealing with emotions. Yoga offers an answer. I’m not talking about pretzel yoga, in which beautiful and hyperflexible women balance on…

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How to Stop Repetitive Worrying

Do you feel stuck in worrying about the same things again and again? One of the most common problems people ask for help with is “How do I get out of my head?” The content of what people worry about differs, but the process of obsessive, looping thoughts is the same. As educated people, we…

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Events

Yoga for Anxiety & Stress Relief Sunday, Sept. 8, 2019 4:30 – 5:30 pm Do you often find yourself stuck in repetitive worries or “driven doing?” Experience how simple movement and breathing practices calm your mind and body. Mindful movement practices help the brain change from habitual patterns of thinking. Gentle movement also helps create…

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How to End the Food and Depression Cycle

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  If you battle endlessly with a cycle of overeating followed by depression, you’re not alone. Early in therapy I ask about what foods people eat. I’m amazed at how many people confess to overeating sweets and high carbohydrate snacks. Our food system excels at selling us tasty and convenient foods loaded with fat, sugar…

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