So a couple of years ago I did a mindfulness based cognitive therapy for depression course and I blogged about it for Mind and it really helped me. I still practice it today and it’s helped me to reduce my antidepressants a bit and kind of helped me to manage by anxiety and depression day
– What’s up everyone/ Welcome to Yoga with Adriene. Today we have yoga for mood swings. This is an amazing practice if you’re feeling off for whatever reason, if you feel like you’ve hit a wall or you’re feeling a little stuck for whatever reason, this is going to be an awesome practice for you.
Hello my friend. Today’s practice will help aid in healing a broken heart. It will help to lift a heavy heart by nourishing the physical and emotional and spiritual body pertaining to your heart space. We’ll start in extended child’s pose nice and easy. Rest your forehead on the mat and knees nice and wide.
– Hey everyone and welcome to Yoga with Adriene. I’m Adriene and this is Benji and today we have a yoga for depression. This is for anyone and everyone who just wants to process whatever they’re feeling today and hopefully move the energy so it’s flowing in a way that serves. Hop into something comfy
Hey, everyone! Welcome to “Yoga with Adriene”. I’m Adriene and today we have yoga for when you’re in a bad mood. Okay, it happens. You’re in a bad mood. You don’t know what to do. You don’t want to do destructive things. You don’t want to drink a bottle of tequila. Or do you? Here’s
– Hi everyone. Welcome to Yoga With Adriene. I’m Adriene and this is Benji and today we have yoga for grief. So grab a little blanket if you have one, hop into something extra comfy and let’s get started. (bright music) Hello my darling friends, welcome. We’re gonna begin today’s practice in a nice, comfortable
Jai Radha: Hello Everyone and Welcome to this week’s very special Hangout and we have with us Dr. Pillai. Often times you hear Dr. Pillai talking about his Mission to ending suffering and this week we were met with a tragedy with the loss of Robin Williams, someone who brought compassion, light, love and laughter