Health & Fitness

The Energy Medicine Yoga Prescription

Author: Lauren Walker

Publisher: Sounds True

ISBN:

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 280

View: 770

A Powerful How-To Guide for Energetic Self-Care When you’re dealing with a health issue, what kind of energy practice will help the most? “To bring ourselves back into wellness,” teaches Lauren Walker, “we first have to understand what brought our body out of wellness. When we return to balance, the body is best able to heal itself.” With The Energy Medicine YogaPrescription, Lauren brings you an invaluable guide to help you uncover the root causes of specific physical, emotional, and psychological health complaints—along with a treasury of potent self-care practices to accelerate your healing. This easy-to-use resource includes: • Simple instructions for learning to sense and diagnose your body’s subtle energy • The Five Elements System—the ancient healing practice at the heart of Energy Medicine Yoga • Easy reference charts to match hundreds of health complaints with the most effective energy healing practice • Links to training videos to help guide you in many Energy Medicine Yoga techniques • The three most important Ayurvedic techniques to change your life right now • Guidance for creating your own daily practice—and maintaining good health and balance on and off the yoga mat “If you want to affect the physical matter that is your body and the invisible matter that is your mind and your soul,” says Lauren Walker, “the most effective practice you can learn is how to work with your own energy.” With The Energy Medicine Yoga Prescription, she brings you a solution-oriented manual to complement any health regimen—filled with essential insights for well-being, techniques to activate your body’s natural healing intelligence, and a powerful new vision for happiness and wholeness.
Health & Fitness

Energy Medicine Yoga

Author: Lauren Walker

Publisher: Sounds True

ISBN:

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 224

View: 154

What is it that makes yoga practitioners feel so good after a session—more so than after other kinds of exercise or stretching? "Yoga was created to directly stimulate and move us at the energetic level," teaches Lauren Walker. Yet many of us don't have the time to spare for the kind of extensive regular practice we'd need to gain the full benefits yoga was meant to offer. That's why Walker created Energy Medicine Yoga—a breakthrough book that combines yoga with the most effective techniques of energy medicine to vastly increase the healing power of your practice. Created for yoga practitioners of any background or experience—even complete newcomers—this clear, easy-to-use guidebook features: Energy medicine essentials—key concepts about your subtle anatomy and its profound influence on your physical, emotional, and spiritual health An eight-week learning plan for working with your body's energy systems—with practices focused on your meridians, chakras, vibrational field, and more Power poses—the most valuable "if you do nothing else, do these" techniques for each of your body's energy systems The 20-minute template—putting it all together to create your own custom-made, supercharged daily practice Lauren Walker has adapted the renowned energy medicine methods pioneered by her own teacher, Donna Eden, so they integrate seamlessly into yoga movements and postures. "Energy medicine yoga teaches you to take the things you're doing now, layer them together with complementary techniques, and exponentially increase the benefits of your practice," Walker explains. "You'll learn to work smarter, not harder—so you can have a healthy body full of energy, zest, and joy for what life has to offer."
Body, Mind & Spirit

Energy Healing

Author: Kris Ferraro

Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin

ISBN:

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 144

View: 630

A Beginners guide to healing body and mind with energy Energy Healing is a practical guide to the unique and powerful art of restoring energy through the body to promote physical health, healing, and wellness. Designed for absolute beginners, the book provides an overview of the history and benefits of Energy Healing and various methods including muscle testing, EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques), and Shielding. Readers will learn how to tune into their own bodies and begin their own energy healing practice. An experienced practitioner with a thriving practice, Kris Ferraro provides the perfect introduction to energy healing, including quick and easy techniques that anyone can incorporate into their lives along with common pitfalls and how to resolve them. A rich resources section will help readers further explore the world of energy healing and develop their practice. Anyone looking to understand and practice energy healing in their own life should Start Here! Other books in the Start Here Guide Series: Forest Bathing: Discovering Health and Happiness Through the Japanese Practice of Shinrin Yoku Meditation: The Simple and Practical Way to Begin Meditating Chakras: An Introduction to Using the Chakras for Emotional, Physical, and Spiritual Well-Being
Health & Fitness

Yoga as Medicine

Author: Yoga Journal

Publisher: Bantam

ISBN:

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 592

View: 622

The definitive book of yoga therapy, this groundbreaking work comes to you from the medical editor of the country’s premier yoga magazine, who is both a practicing yogi and a Western-trained physician. Beginning with an overview of the history and science of yoga, Dr. McCall describes the many different techniques in the yoga tool kit; explains what yoga does and who can benefit from it (virtually everyone!); and provides lavishly illustrated and minutely detailed instructions on starting a yoga practice geared to your fitness level and your health status. Yoga as Medicine offers a wealth of practical information, including how to: •Utilize yogic tools, including postures, breathing techniques, and meditation, for both prevention and healing of illness •Master the art of becoming more in tune with your body •Communicate more effectively with your doctor •Adopt therapeutic yoga practices as either an alternative or a complement to surgery and to expensive, sometimes dangerous medications •Practice safely Find an instructor and a style of yoga that are right for you. With twenty chapters devoted to the work of individual master teachers, including such well-known figures as Patricia Walden, John Friend, and Rodney Yee, Yoga as Medicine shows how these experts have applied the wisdom of this ancient holistic practice to twenty different conditions, ranging from arthritis to chronic fatigue, depression, heart disease, HIV/AIDS, infertility, insomnia, multiple sclerosis, and obesity. Defining yoga as “a systematic technology to improve the body, understand the mind, and free the spirit,” Dr. McCall shows the way to a path that can truly alter your life. An indispensable guide for the millions who now practice yoga or would like to begin, as well as for yoga teachers, body workers, doctors, nurses, and other health professionals.
Health & Fitness

Healing Yoga for Neck and Shoulder Pain

Author: Carol Krucoff

Publisher: New Harbinger Publications

ISBN:

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 184

View: 699

Everyday activities such as using the computer, driving, or even curling up with a good book can create tension in the neck and shoulders. It's no wonder that so many of us have persistent discomfort and pain in these areas. Healing Yoga for Neck and Shoulder Pain presents simple, yoga-based practices that you can do at work and at home to release muscle tension for immediate relief. After suffering from chronic neck pain for years, author and yoga therapist Carol Krucoff developed the unique self-care program found in this book. Now you, too, can free yourself from neck pain by practicing simple yoga exercises to stretch tight muscles and strengthen weak ones and by learning to properly align your body when performing everyday activities that may be contributing to your pain. This fully illustrated, easy to follow guidebook also addresses common problems that may accompany neck tension, including headaches, upper back pain, and stress.
Religion

Religious Therapeutics

Author: Gregory P. Fields

Publisher: SUNY Press

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 222

View: 635

Explores the relationship between health and religion based on the model offered by the Hindu traditions of Yoga, Ayurveda, and Tantra.
Health & Fitness

Healing Joint Pain Naturally

Author: Ellen Hodgson Brown

Publisher: Harmony

ISBN:

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 272

View: 167

For the more than 43 million sufferers of arthritis and similar afflictions, a safe, effective, natural method for reversing such diseases without drugs or potentially harmful side effects. When veteran health writer Ellen Hodgson Brown found herself suffering from an arthritic hip so painful that sleep was almost impossible, she did not surrender to painkillers or replacement surgery. Instead, she undertook extensive investigation into natural remedies and schools of alternative medicine and devised an eclectic home protocol of fasting and nutritional healing. The result: the arthritis disappeared completely, leaving her feeling better than she had in years. In Healing Joint Pain Naturally, Brown shares what she's learned in her journey to renewed wellness, in the process proving that the course of arthritis can be reversed. She first investigates the causes of joint disease, examining the roles of stress, poor nutrition, and energy blockage. She then covers the therapeutic possibilities of altered diet and detoxification; supplementation therapies of natural substances that offer safer pain relief without long-term side effects and that promote healing; and regulation therapies, ranging from exercise, massage, and chiropractic to chelation, homeopathy, and acupuncture. Her belief throughout is that healing is a natural process that can be promoted more by respecting the wisdom of the body than by waging war. Inspiring, wide-ranging, eclectic, Healing Joint Pain Naturally brings a message of hope and bodily renewal to millions who have resigned themselves to a life of pain.
Medical

The State of Medicine

Author: J.W. Todd

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 235

View: 486

As a young general practitioner new to the field I recall how stimulated and excited I was by reading Dr John W. Todd's papers in the Lancet some 20-30 years ago. It was as though a lot of dust had been blown away and I was able for once to see the situation of medicine much more clearly. He became one of my medical heroes to add to John Ryle, Henry Cohen and Rene Dubois - all of whom have influenced my own approach to medical care and caring of my patients. Now in 1981, it is a pleasure to write an introductory foreword to this book. The State oj Medicine represents the clear and honest thoughts of a most unusual person. Until his retirement John W. Todd was a general physician in Farnham, Surrey. He was relatively unknown to the medical profession outside Surrey apart from his occasional writings. The ten chapters show the build-up of wide experience and deep philosophy that accumulated during his years in practice. I find that I am as stimulated and excited now reading them, as I was 20-30 years ago. I may not agree with all that he writes and others likewise may disagree completely - but I commend the work as an invigorating experience.
Health & Fitness

When It's Cancer

Author: Toni Bernay

Publisher: Rodale

ISBN:

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 224

View: 574

An essential guide for patients offers advice and information on taking control of post-diagnosis life with a practical ten-step program that allows patients and families to be proactive about cancer treatments and care. Original. 25,000 first printing.