Yoga Therapy and the Mind

Panel Presentation: Anisha Durve, D.O.M., C-AP, Ann Wagoner, MA, C-AP, C-IAYT, RYT-500, Dhanada Kulkami, BAMS, AD, Robert Schneider, MD, FACC, Lissa Coffey - Panel Moderator

The focus of this session is to learn the use of yoga therapy to enhance the practice of Ayurveda. The panel will share how using pranayama, meditation, mantras, vibrational healing, mudras and mama in yoga practices can be used as an adjunct therapy to patient care, creating a healing and care giving environment. Case studies that accentuate the effectiveness of this approach to healing the mind and emotions will also be presented.


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Members, Want PACE Credit for Taking this Class?

This course is worth 1 PACE credit. Please complete the quiz below to obtain PACE credit. Once the quiz is completed, credit will be applied to your membership account within 30 days.

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1. Memory and fears have a direct relationship. Therefore, through habitual pranayama we can calm our fears and thus improve our memory. *
2. How did Anisha Durve describe “the healing power of marmas”? *
3. There are three types of memory. Which does not belong? *
4. In modern terms, what was Lord Krishna’s diagnosis of Arjuna? *
5. Which has the goal for developing coping abilities? *