Beth Shaw's Healing Trauma with Yoga will be published on November 1, 2019, from Falcon Press.
Healing Trauma with Yoga is an important book because trauma lives in the body as well as the mind. Therapy can only do part of the job of mitigating PTSD and suffering. Healing Trauma with Yoga is the long-awaited fourth book by Beth Shaw. This unique, user-friendly, and practical guide to understanding and healing the origins and effects of trauma is a comprehensive source of essential information and helpful advice and provides valuable, innovative tools to assist in addressing and working through anxiety, depression, and PTSD, as well as other trauma-related health challenges.
Beth Shaw intimately shares some of her very personal experiences with trauma and depression and the results of her years of personal study and reflection. The success of her work has been implemented in her work with first responders, firemen, health professionals and traumatized children in her company’s YogaFit Warriors and YogaFit WarriorKids programs.
Beth offers essential information and easy implementation of scientifically-proven techniques for self-care and new habits for daily living, exploring a variety of modalities, including yoga, meditation, breathing exercises, and Ayurveda.
Learn how to heal yourself and others with Healing Trauma with Yoga:
Design a multi-faceted healing program based on your needs or those of your clients
Explore the effects of trauma on the brain and how to redirect neurological pathways
Find guidance to creating healthier habits to deal with stress and tension
Bolster your resilience and coping mechanisms as you face daily stressors
Clear trauma from your body and mind through accessible, innovative yoga techniques
With its foundation firmly rooted in the latest scientific, technological, and practical methods, Healing Trauma with Yoga is designed for anyone who has experienced trauma, has clients or students with trauma-related issues, or is helping a loved one heal. Based upon years of successful teaching and recovery using the trauma-sensitive YogaFit program, this book will help you live your best life in happiness, joy, balance, and harmony now!
Beth is the founder and CEO of YogaFit, the world’s largest yoga and mind-body school, established in 1994. She is responsible for bringing yoga into the mainstream with her inclusive style of yoga. YogaFit has a network of over 250,000 people trained across the globe.
This is Beth’s fourth book. Her last three have cumulatively sold over 100,000 copies.
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Thank you for sharing the benefits of yoga in regards to trauma. Another reason to love yoga!
HelenaOctober 11, 2019 - 2:04pm