Caregiving can be difficult, and will probably be more challenging when both you and your ageing loved one are grieving. Learn a few things you can do to help you in your caregiving in grief.
What grief and loss does to our body.
Learn how grief and loss affect the energy that courses through our five sheaths of body – according to yoga.
Understanding your grieving process.
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.
Complete Breath for grieving.
Mahat Yoga Pranayama – or 3-Part Breath – helps us to remain grounded when we experience moments of grief and loss.
How grieving affects your energy – the Gunas.
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.
Restorative yoga asana for grief.
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.
How yoga helps when grieving.
Grief after loss comes and goes, surging like tides. Yoga has many tools that can help us manage our grief. Here, four yoga tools for grief are examined.
Don’t engage with the “why”.
When it comes to meditation, mindfulness and yoga, we avoid asking ourselves ‘why’ questions. Read more to learn WHY!
Four ways to be mindful.
Mindfulness expands our daily experiences beyond the negative. Here are four mindful practices for you to try!