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Yoga Teacher Resource Podcast

Apr 16, 2020

Kristine Weber is a leading authority on the neuro-scientific benefits of slow, mindful movement. She joins Mado on the podcast for an in-depth conversation about what happens physiologically when you experience anxiety and the science behind why yoga is helpful for anxiety.

Episode highlights:

  • How we experience and process trauma, our behavior, and when anxiety can show up. 
  • What is going on physically in the body when we experience anxiety. 
  • Opportunities to reach more people with the benefits of yoga and how to be more accessible to these people.
  • The most important tools from yoga for managing anxiety 
  • How the Yamas and Niyamas help with anxiety 
  • The problem of using yoga for spiritual and emotional bypassing 
  • How to proceed if you are interested in using yoga practices for mental health benefits

Links & Resources

NEW! Become a patron of the yoga teacher resource podcast for extra trainings & content to help you integrate and apply what you learn. Join by Saturday, April 18th to get an invite to this special LIVE online training: How to Teach Philosophy in an asana class (without sounding preachy, boring, or clueless).

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Free eBook “Weather the Storm: A Subtle Yoga Guide for Building Resilience” 

These are the headphones she talked about at the end of the episode. (Affiliate link - I’ll get a small credit if you purchase through this link.)