psychology, Yoga Therapy

How Yoga and Psychology Complement Each Other

Yoga and psychology are two fields that I am super passionate about. I love to integrate modern science with ancient philosophy, and insights from clinical practice with an experiential therapeutic approach. Do you share the passion and curiosity about yoga and psychology with me? And would you like to share your knowledge and experience in integrating both worlds? I will organize a brainstorm session each 3rd Sunday of the month through the Network Yoga Therapy Community: Yoga Therapy for Psychologists. You are most welcome to join and share your ideas.

Health, psychology, Yoga lifestyle

The five points of yoga at work (or your home office)

When working from home these days, finding some balance in your lifestyle is very important to stay healthy. We know that yoga offers many tools to balance your body and mind. However, on a busy day, it may be hard to take time for your yoga practice. How do you manage to do some yoga when you need it most? Here's some ideas on integrating the yoga lifestyle into your workday.

Health, psychology, Yoga lifestyle, Yoga Therapy

Yoga and resilience to stress

Yoga has been prescribed by doctors in India for ages. Only recently, our modern Western society has discovered the benefits of yoga as well. Yoga can be especially helpful to develop resilience to stress. In this blog, you will learn why this is so important for health and wellbeing in general.

psychology

The Tree of Life: a Symbol of Existence, Change and Infinity

Nature always inspires me. When I'm walking in the mountains or the forest, I have all the time to reflect. Nature then suddenly seems to have all these beautiful messages and symbols about life. One of the things that lately came to my mind is the story about the Tree of Life. Traditional symbolism Trees… Continue reading The Tree of Life: a Symbol of Existence, Change and Infinity