Yoga Vacation Program
February 19 — 21, 2023

Yoga for Your Mood

Practices to Shift Depression and Anxiety

Amy Weintraub

Don’t stay stuck in a bad mood or thinking that limits you. Not only will these practices shift your mood, but they may change your life, as they did for Amy and the thousands of students she has trained. Learn accessible yoga practices that support you and those you serve achieve and sustain emotional wellbeing.

In the workshops, we’ll meet the mood and shift it into balance with yoga breathing, mudras, visual imagery, yoga meditations, mantras and accessible movements.

in her Satsang talk, she will offer offer the scientific evidence that supports yoga as an adjunct treatment for mental health and offer the safe application of the practices for mental health.

Amy experienced firsthand the relief that yoga provides and has spent her career helping others who suffer from mood disorders like depression and anxiety. Now, she offers accessible LifeForce Yoga practices to everyone, no yoga experience required.

You will come away feeling refreshed, renewed, and excited about incorporating new tools into your home, teaching, or clinical practice to bring balance to the emotional and physical body.

This program is accessible for all levels, including beginners. Health professionals and Yoga teachers will learn techniques not regularly taught in Yoga classes to help their clients focus, relax, and have greater access to their feelings.

Offered as one evening satsang and two afternoon workshops (subject to change).

Amy Weintraub, MFA, C-IAYT, E-RYT500, YACEP, is the founder of the LifeForce Yoga® Healing Institute, an acclaimed yoga therapist, and a pioneer in the field of yoga and mental health. Author of the best-selling Yoga for Depression, the new card deck from Sounds True, Yoga for Your Mood: 52 Ways to Shift Depression and Anxiety, and Yoga Skills for Therapists, she teaches and guides thousands of practitioners and therapists around the world. Her Silver Nautilus Award winning novel Temple Dancer was released in 2020.

In 1999 Amy wrote The Natural Prozac, Yoga Journal’s first article addressing yoga and mental health.

Find more about Amy and her workshops, books, and practices at amyweintraub.com.

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