Enjoy a refreshing break from relentless thoughts
Settle your emotions and experience how your mood naturally ‘lifts’
Learn practical techniques to incorporate into your day
Our brain quickly forgets good experiences but seems great at remembering bad ones!
In science this is called the ‘negativity bias’.
We seem to continually look for negative information, over-react to it,
and these reactions change our brain structure.
Rick Hanson, PhD, Neuroscientist
Did you know that?
Is this you?
What you will learn – practices to
The techniques include:
About your Yoga Therapist – Caroline Giles
I’ve worked in the healthcare profession for over 40 years, facilitating others to health, well-being and wholeness. This has included working in young adult neurological rehabilitation, facilitating national health research, professional writing for online mediums and quality systems management. Now as a Yoga Therapist (with a yoga business of some 15 years) I work with clients in group classes and privately for yoga therapy, who learn healthy ways to manage their injuries, health conditions, thoughts, moods and emotions for the long term.
There are benefits to you!
It is always important to seek medical guidance before commencing any new form of movement practice. Similarly if you have had a break from practising yoga or a recent change in your physical or health circumstances (like surgery), it is important to obtain an opinion.
This learning does not, and should not, replace your need for specific medications, other medical advice/ interventions, behavioural counselling and/ or nutritional support.
You may find though that with continued practice and awareness, your level of medication lowers or that your attendance with other health practitioners reduces. If you are uncertain about proceeding, please contact me or speak with your health practitioner.