If you’ve experienced loss, you may feel intense emotional or even physical pain. In fact, it’s not uncommon for grieving people to experience depression, anxiety, fatigue, and a variety of other physical, mental, and spiritual symptoms. If you’ve tried other ways to move beyond your loss but have yet to find relief, you may be surprised to discover the transformative effects of yoga.
Yoga for Grief Relief combines over 100 illustrations of gentle yogic poses and the power of psychophysiology and neuroscience to help you recapture a true sense of well-being. You’ll also find breathing exercises, cleansing techniques, and self-relaxation tips to help you work through your loss and begin on the journey to self-knowledge and re-identification. At its core, yoga is about accepting change. If you are open to viewing your loss as an opportunity for growth, this book will help transform your grief with gentle clarity and awareness.
To find out more, visit yogaforgriefrelief.com
|Publisher:||New Harbinger Publications|
|Product dimensions:||7.90(w) x 9.90(h) x 0.40(d)|
About the Author
Antonio Sausys,MA, IGT, CMT, RYT,is a somatic psychotherapist and yoga instructor specializing in one-on-one yoga therapy for people with chronic and acute medical conditions, as well as emotional imbalance.He studied with yoga masters and teachers such as Indra Devi, Swami Maitreyananda, and Larry Payne. He has continued his professional development with training in integrative grief therapy with Lyn Prashant, foot reflexology, Swedish therapeutic massage, and Reiki.Antonio teaches and lectures periodically at the University of California, Berkeley; at the California Institute of Integral Studies, Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health. He is a member of the World Yoga Council, the International Association of Yoga Therapists, and the Association for Death Education and Counseling. He is the founder and executive director of Yoga for Healththe International Yoga Therapy Conference, and television host for YogiViews. For more information, visit yogaforgriefrelief.com.
The author thanks his freelance editor, Elliott Vogel, for his creative assistance onYoga for Grief Relief. Vogel is a freelance writer and editor.A student of yoga for over ten years, Vogel’s journey studying the philosophy and practice of yoga originated under the tutelage of the book’s author, Antonio Sausys. He currently resides in Mill Valley, CA.
Foreword writer Lyn Prashant, PhD, FT, IGT, SYVC, is a somatic thanatologist, certified grief counselor, massage therapist, yoga instructor, author, and international presenter. She is the director and founder of Degriefing® (Integrative Grief Therapy) and the Institute of Somatic Thanatology.
Sausys lives in the greater San Francisco Bay Area.