Yoga’s multi-faceted approach to emotional healing offers valuable support after a loss. Through nervous system modulation, emotional release, mindful awareness, and cultivation of inner peace, yoga facilitates processing grief with clarity and fosters acceptance.
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Navigating grief’s turbulent waters takes courage and self-compassion. While not a substitute for professional support, yoga offers a gentle and empowering tool to navigate this journey. Research points to the potential of yoga’s breathwork, mindful movement, and meditative practices in managing grief symptoms and promoting emotional well-being. The good news? You can embark on your yoga for grief journey right at home, with a wealth of online resources and dedicated practices at your fingertips. Remember, listen to your body, prioritize gentle movement, and explore at your own pace. Be kind to yourself, and allow yoga to be a source of solace and support as you navigate the path of healing.
If you’re seeking clarity and peace in your grief, or in your midlife, I look forward to practising with you in these offerings – some of which are FREE!
Learn how grief and loss affect the energy that courses through our five sheaths of body – according to yoga.
Dandasana – or staff pose – is a basic yoga posture that helps us enter other seated postures, but also other yoga poses. Here’s why.
Understanding our own individual journey of grief helps to give us clarity and compassion during this difficult period. Read this blog post to learn more.
Mahat Yoga Pranayama – or 3-Part Breath – helps us to remain grounded when we experience moments of grief and loss.
Learn a little bit about the gunas – the qualities of energy – that affects us at all times, and how they are involved during our times of loss and grieving.
Our body needs relief and calm at times of loss and grieving. Try these reclining yoga asana to help you ease the journey of loss.