El valor para levantarse: Cómo usar el movimiento, la atención plena y la comida sana para vencer el trauma

El valor para levantarse: Cómo usar el movimiento, la atención plena y la comida sana para vencer el trauma

by Liz Arch

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Overview

Liz Arch ofrece las herramientas necesarias para resurgir de entre el dolor y el estancamiento de los traumas, la ansiedad y la depresión, para sanar, empoderarnos y vivir la vida plena que nos merecemos. Este es un manual de esperanza, una guía práctica para sanar traumas de forma natural y superar sus síntomas, incluyendo ansiedad, pánico y depresión.

Este libro ofrece un enfoque triple para curar el trauma al abordar las tres áreas en las que este habita: 1) el cuerpo, 2) el cerebro, y 3) el estómago. Proporciona información valiosa para comprender la naturaleza del trauma y comparte herramientas prácticas y efectivas que pueden ser aplicadas de inmediato para empezar a liberarse del trauma, fortalecer la adaptabilidad emocional, y transformar el dolor en la máxima potencia. Los traumatismos pueden manifestarse de diferentes maneras; física, mental y emocional, y a menudo sus síntomas aparecen años después. Cuando utilizamos las herramientas que nos proveen el movimiento, la concientización y la buena nutrición, podemos establecer una mejor base y reconocer las cosas que están sucediendo dentro de nosotros, y sus orígenes. Entonces podemos lidiar con ellas de manera productiva y profundizar en las causas, en lugar de estancarnos perpetuamente en este círculo vicioso, ocasionándonos a nosotros mismos más traumas y destrucción. Podemos renacer de una vez por todas y vivir la vida a la que estamos destinados.

Unresolved trauma can manifest itself in a variety of ways, and often the symptoms show up years later. This is a practical guide for healing trauma naturally and for overcoming symptoms of trauma, including anxiety, panic, and depression by addressing the three areas where trauma lives: 1) the body, 2) the brain, and 3) the gut.

Unresolved trauma can manifest itself in a variety of physical, mental, and emotional ways, and often the symptoms show up years later. When we use the tools that movement, mindfulness, and good nutrition arm us with, we can become more grounded and more aware of those things that are happening within us, and where they stem from. We can then deal with them in productive ways and dig down into the root cause, rather than getting caught up in this vicious cycle in perpetuity, causing ourselves more and more trauma and destruction in the process. We can rise up once and for all and live the life we were meant to live.

Through Rise, Liz Arch gives others the tools they need to lift themselves up through the pain and stagnation of trauma, anxiety, and depression, to heal and empower them so that they, too, can live the happy, fulfilled life we all deserve.

Rise is a handbook of hope. It is a practical guide for healing trauma naturally and for overcoming symptoms of trauma, including anxiety, panic, and depression. This book offers a triad approach to healing trauma by addressing the three areas where trauma lives: 1) the body, 2) the brain, and 3) the gut. It provides invaluable insight into understanding the nature of trauma and shares practical and effective tools readers can immediately implement to begin releasing trauma, strengthening their emotional resiliency, and transforming pain into their greatest power.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781418598044
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 03/05/2019
Sold by: HARPERCOLLINS
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 368
File size: 48 MB
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About the Author

Liz Arch is an acclaimed yoga teacher, martial artist, and the creator of Primal Yoga, a dynamic fusion of yoga and martial arts focused on empowerment and self-healing. She is a certified Domestic Violence Counselor Advocate and currently serves as the West Coast director of the nonprofit organization Purple Dot Yoga Project, which uses yoga as a healing tool to help individuals overcome the trauma of domestic violence.

Liz has a diverse background in several different martial arts styles including traditional Northern-style Kung Fu, Yang-style Tai Chi, Self-Healing Qigong, and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. She holds multiple yoga certifications and is trained in trauma-informed yoga and breathwork for trauma release. She is also trained in plant-based nutrition from Cornell's T. Collin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies.

Liz has appeared on the covers of international magazines including Yoga Journal, Om Yoga Magazine, Yoga Life Magazine, and Yoga & Wellness Magazine, and leads transformative teacher trainings, workshops, and retreats around the world.

She lives in Los Angeles, California, with her partner, Adam, their son, Skye, and her two rescue dogs, Nalu and Faith.

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