LifeForce Yoga to Meet Anxiety: Give the Mind a Bone
How do you stop those swirling thoughts that keep you from relaxing during your yoga practice? During this workshop we will meet an anxious mind and body with a practice designed calm, focus and center. You will learn:
~ Breathing Techniques (pranayama) to calm
~ Mantra (sound) and Mudra (hand positions) to ground
~ Meditation to focus the mind
~ Creating Affirmation (sankalpa)
~ Guided Visualization (bhavana)
~ LifeForce Yoga Nidra
~ A practice suitable for all levels
YogAbs: Strengthen the Core & Open the Back
Did you know that your abdominal muscles are meant to be working from the time you get up until the time you go to bed at night? Not many people can claim that their abs work that much. In this workshop you will learn an innovative strengthening technique, developed by Rose, which can be used by anyone at anytime. This practice will unlock your hidden core strength and has the potential relieve chronic low back, upper back and neck pain.
Rose Kress, CYT 500, LFYP-2, has been teaching yoga for over 6 years and spends most of her time instructing classes in Tucson, AZ. She focuses on the therapeutic aspects of Yoga, especially Yoga for Mood Management and Yoga for Structural Wellness. Rose is a certified LifeForce Yoga Practitioner Lvevel-2 and Mentor. For over 7 years she has studied with Amy Weintraub, author of Yoga for Depression and founder of the LifeForce Yoga® Healing Institute. She assists Amy at numerous programs around the country and teaches as a part of the LifeForce Yoga Practitioner Training in Tucson, at the Kripalu Center and the Sivananda Ashram in the Bahamas. She has also been blessed to teach at a number of Yoga Festivals in Arizona. Rose has also spent a number of years studying with Rama Jyoti Vernon and Maria KaliMa. Rose can be found online at her website, www.YoginiRose.com
here’s our radio show with Rose!
here are some links to all the wonderful books and resources Rose recommends to us in her show:
…and here is the video of Amy Weintraub’s Breath of Joy exercise that we talk about in the radio show: .