Yoga and Eating Disorders

Author: Carolyn Costin
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317439481
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Yoga and Eating Disorders bridges the knowledge and practice gaps between mental health providers and yoga practitioners who work with clients suffering from disordered eating. Combining the wisdom of 20 experts in eating disorders treatment and yoga practice, editors Carolyn Costin and Joe Kelly show how and why yoga's mind-body connection facilitates treatment and recovery. This invaluable resource for mental health and yoga professionals, as well as individuals and family members struggling with eating disorders, explores the use yoga in therapy, ways yoga teachers can recognize and respond to disordered eating, recovery stories, research into yoga’s impact on symptoms, and much more.

Yoga and Eating Disorders

Author: Carolyn Costin
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317439473
Format: PDF
Download Now
Yoga and Eating Disorders bridges the knowledge and practice gaps between mental health providers and yoga practitioners who work with clients suffering from disordered eating. Combining the wisdom of 20 experts in eating disorders treatment and yoga practice, editors Carolyn Costin and Joe Kelly show how and why yoga's mind-body connection facilitates treatment and recovery. This invaluable resource for mental health and yoga professionals, as well as individuals and family members struggling with eating disorders, explores the use yoga in therapy, ways yoga teachers can recognize and respond to disordered eating, recovery stories, research into yoga’s impact on symptoms, and much more.

Yoga and Eating Disorders

Author: Carolyn Costin
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 9781138908468
Format: PDF, Kindle
Download Now
Yoga and Eating Disordersbridges the knowledge and practice gaps between mental health providers and yoga practitioners who work with clients suffering from disordered eating. Combining the wisdom of 20 experts in eating disorders treatment and yoga practice, editors Carolyn Costin and Joe Kelly show how and why yoga's mind-body connection facilitates treatment and recovery. This invaluable resource for mental health and yoga professionals, as well as individuals and family members struggling with eating disorders, explores the use yoga in therapy, ways yoga teachers can recognize and respond to disordered eating, recovery stories, research into yoga's impact on symptoms, and much more.

The Body Temple

Author: Ramdesh Kaur
Publisher: Spirit Voyage
ISBN: 1912022591
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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The Body Temple: Kundalini Yoga For Body Acceptance, Eating Disorders & Radical Self- Love has the power to transform lives by gently guiding you on a path of discovery through a variety of yogic practices that will allow you to approach your emotional and physical health from a holistic perspective. If you have struggled to love your own body, been crippled by feelings of low self- esteem and self-worth, or battled an eating disorder, this book is a gift to heal you and your sense of self. Written for both the total beginner and the advanced yogi, The Body Temple: Kundalini Yoga for Body Acceptance, Eating Disorders, and Radical Self-Love guides you through a nurturing practice of yoga, meditation, mantra, and miracles. In these pages you’ll discover: • Yogic techniques to reset your body’s systems and restore your health and well- being • Meditations and breathing exercises for self-confidence and body acceptance • Simple tools to empower you to overcome your food addictions and eating disorders • Recipes and lifestyle tips for living a healthier, more balanced life • A daily practice to help change your life and begin your healing journey Your body is a temple. If you've ever wanted to feel good, love yourself, and heal your relationship with your body, this book is for you.

The Yoga of Food

Author: Melissa Grabau
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide
ISBN: 0738741620
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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For the millions of people who struggle with food and body issues, yoga and its practice of mindfulness can offer a surprisingly effective path to well-being. For Melissa Grabau, a psychotherapist who has battled her own eating disorders since she was a child, yoga contains the key ingredients to transforming our connection to food and to our bodies. The Yoga of Food invites you to explore contemplation prompts and meditations that will help you create a deeper appreciation of the body’s health and vitality. Sharing lessons and stories she’s cultivated from years of clinical practice, Melissa provides a roadmap toward a healthier approach to nutrition and the human spirit.

Food for Thought

Author: Nina Savelle-Rocklin
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1442246014
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Food for Thought offers fresh psychoanalytic insights into treating clients with eating disorders. In lively and jargon-free language, Nina Savelle-Rocklin breaks down the psychoanalytic approach to give practitioners and general readers alike a deeper understanding of the theory and effective treatment of eating disorders to achieve lasting change and true healing.

Healing with Whole Foods

Author: Paul Pitchford
Publisher: North Atlantic Books
ISBN: 9781556434716
Format: PDF, Docs
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A guide to health, diet, alternative medicine, and natural food presentation teaches readers how to apply Chinese medicine and the five-element theory to a contemporary diet and treat illness and nervous disorders through food choices.

Mental and Emotional Healing Through Yoga

Author: Ghada Osman
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351673556
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Mental and Emotional Healing Through Yoga combines key research on the intersection of yoga and mental health with a client-centered, step-by-step framework that can be applied to a range of complex mental and emotional disorders. The book guides readers through the initial intake of the first client session and the development of subsequent sessions, providing case examples from the author’s practice to show how yoga’s mind-body connection facilitates recuperation and healing. While well-grounded in research and case studies, the book is also highly readable, making it accessible to professionals such as psychotherapists and yoga therapists, as well as individuals and families struggling with mental health issues.

The Zen of Eating

Author: Ronna Kabatznick
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9780399523823
Format: PDF
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The first book to apply the 2,500-year-old principles of Zen Buddhism to the modern struggle with the vicious cycle of dieting, losing, and regaining weight teaches readers how to find freedom from eating problems and the desires that trigger cravings. Original.