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YOGA THERAPY VIDEOS
Yoga is a practice and a discipline that filters into your life.
These videos are to assist my existing clients understand different perspectives in embodied health.
Mindfulness 360 - Center For Mindfulness
Gabor Mate on the Myth of "Normal"
Physician Dr. Gabor Mate began his interview by addressing the 'myth of normal' that divides us into the normal and the abnormal with pathological traits. Dr. Mate mentions that he doesn't see a division, but a continuum where mental distress, of some degree, is present in all of us. He explains how mental distress and pathology are largely a result of a materialist culture that "idealizes individualism and ignores our emotional needs".
Trauma and the nervous system: a polyvagal perspective
This video was developed as a basic introduction to a Polyvagal view of how trauma and chronic stress affect our nervous system. If you would like to watch it with subtitles in English or other languages: 1- turn on closed captions by clicking on the CC icon on the lower right side the screen (a red line will show up), 2- click on the Settings gear icon and select Subtitles; you will then see the language options to the right. Learn more about Polyvagal Theory and its many applications, the work of Dr. Stephen Porges, nervous system regulation, coregulation, neuroception, the vagus nerve, and more... at Polyvagal Institute. Check out our courses, trainings, resources and events: https://www.polyvagal.org Find us on social media: Facebook https://www.facebook.com/polyvagalinstitute Instagram https://www.instagram.com/polyvagalinstitute LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/polyvagal-institute
Stephen Porges - Polyvagal Theory: how your body makes the decision
Im Gespräch mit Dr. Gunther Schmidt erläutert Prof. Stephen Porges, Begründer der polyvagal Theorie, seinen wissenschaftlichen Ansatz. Gemeinsam diskutieren sie die evolutionäre Entstehung des polyvagalen Systems, nennen Implikationen für die Psychotherapie und geben Hinweise zum Verständnis von Psychotrauma. Prof. Stephen Porges fasst seine Arbeit im Video in aller kürze Zusammen, ausführlichere Erläuterungen zum Thema sind auf seiner Website zu finden. Homepage von Prof. Stephen Porges (mit ausführlichen Erklärungen zur Theorie): http://www.stephenporges.com Homepage des Milton Erickson Insitut Rottweil: http://www.meg-rottweil.de
The Science Behind Yoga
This is a 20 minute clip of a 30 minute whole.The full documentary was produced by Uplift TV. Please write to them for the full length doc - http://upliftconnect.com. This was made for the Yoga Day Summit, produced in tandem with The Shift Network, at Parmarth Niketan Ashram, Rishikesh, India during the International Yoga Festival. I am not a producer, director or anything other than someone interviewed and given this clip and this clip only for your viewing pleasure. Thank you, Laura lauraplumb.com
ISCM of Sri Balaji Vidyapeeth
Brahma Mudra: healing the neck while balancing our perspective
Brahma Mudra is a gesture of the head and neck and is an excellent practice for one and all. Take up any comfortable sitting position such as Vajrasana with your spine as erect as possible. Rest your hands on your lap while performing the Yoga Mudra. Close your eyes and concentrate on this valuable practice that combines the use of physical movement synchronized with deep breathing and the usage of Nada or vibrational sounds involving utterance of the Bija sounds of AAA, UUU, EEE and MMM. Breathe in and turn your head towards the right 1-2-3-4-5-6. Breathe out while bringing your head back to the central position and make the guttural sound AAA. Slowly turn your head to the left while breathing in 1-2-3-4-5-6. Breathe out and bring your head back to the central position making the labial sound UUU. Slowly lift your chin up as if attempting to look at the sky and breathe in 1-2-3-4-5-6. Breathe out and make the palatal sound EEE while bringing your head back to the central position. Finally lower your head bringing chin to chest while breathing in 1-2-3-4-5-6. Breathe out and make the labial sound MMM while bringing the head back to the central position. Perform a minimum of 3 to 9 rounds of this practice at each sitting. Brahma Mudra is an excellent practice to prevent as well as relieve disorders of the cervical spine that are so common in this modern day and age. It is important to concentrate on the area of the neck to be relieved, repaired, or rejuvenated while sounding the Bija Mantras.
The Need For Authenticity - Gabor Mate
Original Video Published on scienceandnonduality Youtube Channel. Gabor Maté, When The Body Says No: Mind/Body Unity and the Stress- Disease Connection Non Profit. Educational Use Only. Fair Use\ Please be sure to support scienceandnonduality Youtube Channel.
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