Neuroplastic Yoga with Kristine Kaoverii Weber discusses Resiliency by Awareness, proper Certifications, Yoga Injuries, power of Breathe, Yoga’s Role in Healthcare and in hospitals. Docs listen up so you can know what to look for when recommending a Yoga teacher for Rehab.
A teacher from 7th grade had her class do yoga and at the end during the lying still moment and she had an Interoception feeling that she never felt before. In fact some of the poses Kristine still uses today. Then she really experienced Yoga again in 1989 during her Masters Degree in Literature and went to a gym and an Indian Swami with a long beard, baggy pants and all that taught it. During her late 20’s she spent a few years in Japan and 1 year in India and Nepal and studied very traditional Yoga.
Yoga teacher is 200 hours of training, but she would prefer the RWT500 which means you trained for 500 hours or even better the eRWT 3000 (you actually have taught for 3000 hours) and the best is the newest designation CIAYT Certified International Association of Yoga Therapist (rigorous organization of 40% medical professions and 60% Yoga Instructors and others).
Those are the best 3 classifications of a yoga instructor and are what a Doctor should be looking for if they refer a patient for yoga therapy. It’s not enough to just send the patient over to the local gym.
Mind, Body, Spirit is part of Yoga and there are 5000 studies on Yoga Therapy. Mindful movement, breathing practices, and meditation are all part of yoga and helps people from dis-ease to ease to potential and thriving. So it’s not just about poses.
50% of yoga students quit because of injury so heed the warning that you want someone who has had more than just a weekend training of aerobic based poses.
Deep breathing can help build resiliency in the nervous system. Your body can rise or depress on its own needs without the need for caffeine or alcohol. Breathe is the best autonomic process that can be brought under conscious control. Breathing also works on the vagal tone, heart rate variability, and to help manage emotions… take a listen to learn more about this topic.
Breathe is the best autonomic nervous system process that can be brought under conscious control #behindthecurtain
What is calming down vs numbing you out?
Key to resilience is awareness: feelings of your body and sensation in an Interoception manner, not respond out of habit.
What are the 4 ways to retrain the brain… Neuroplasticity?
How does Yoga play a role in the HealthCare of America? Can it help the bio psycho social approach?
What role can Yoga Therapy have in a hospital setting, OBGYN offices and integrative medicine clinics?
What role can Yoga Therapy have in a hospital setting, OBGYN offices and integrative medicine clinics? #behindthecurtain
With the opioid epidemic, one of the recommendations for back pain is Yoga. Kristine has tremendous training and hold seminars to teach healthcare practitioners how to refer, what to look for and more.
Listen to where you can train as a professional in the United States and attend workshops.Yogau.com
Should you do yoga training full time for a month or on weekends?
What’s a good schedule to do Yoga practice as a person? Everyday, once a week etc. Group class or solo?
As long as I do everything with right intention in my heart, I wont make a mistake
Her eBOOK: How to choose a Yoga Teacher Training Program: training as well as world viewJohn Week Integrative Blog EuphoriaLily King Garden Jack dunes The Body Keeps the Score Bessel van der Kolk M.D In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts Gabor Mate Love 2 Finding Happiness and Health in Moments of Connection Barbara L. Fredrickson Ph.D. Rick Hansen Buddhas Brain The Brains Way of Healing Remarkable Discoveries and Recoveries from the Frontiers of Neuroplasticity Norman Doidge, M.D., Brain Science Podcast Her book Healing Self Massage Kristine Kaoverii Weber Mist in Mountains
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