War leaves more than physical scars. Military service men and women today bear invisible wounds-PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder), TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury), anxiety, depression-all just as real and painful. This book gives you tools for finding your way as a warrior-whether deployed or in a civilian environment-and adapting to a peaceful life at home. Yoga and meditation have scientific support as a means for relaxing the stress response, sharpening mental acuity, boosting immunity and recovery time, and promoting a general sense of health and psychological well-being. Beryl Bender Birch developed the methods described in Warrior Pose while working with civilians and first-responders in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks. They include yoga postures, breathing techniques, relaxation and qyoga sleep, q meditation, and more. In Rear Admiral (ret.) and former Navy SEAL Tom Steffens' words, qBeryl never takes any subject lightly, trust me, and her insight into the mind-body-spirit connection for military members and veterans results from an in-depth study that she undertook to get this right.qOakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications and Noetic Books, 2007. Swenson, David. Ashtanga Yoga: The Practice ManualaAn Illustrated Guide to Personal Practice. Austin, TX: Ashtanga Yoga Productions, 2007. Tolle, Eckhart. The Power ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Yoga for Warriors|
|Author||:||Beryl Bender Birch|
|Publisher||:||Sounds True - 2014-10-01|