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Yoga Therapy and Mindfulness for Addictions

LOCATION: Milton Keynes
DATE/TIME: 4th-7th February 2016 9AM-6PM daily
COST: 350 pounds (inc. course manual)
TO REGISTER: info@yogalove.co.uk

LOCATION: Cheshire
DATE/TIME: 19th-22nd May 2016 9AM-6PM daily
COST: 350 pounds (inc. course manual)
TO REGISTER: info@yogalove.co.uk

Shaura Hall and Heather Mason present a unique mind and body training for recovery professionals and yoga teachers wishing to work with individuals who have experienced the complexities of addiction. We explore how the brain adapts to substances of abuse for a sound understanding of how to work with maladaptive patterns from evidence-based perspectives. This program disseminates cutting edge knowledge together with a successful protocol, designed to effectively distribute unconditional positive regard through yoga and mindfulness practices.

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Yoga Therapy for PTSD

LOCATION: Newcastle upon Tyne
DATE/TIME: 10-14th February 2016, 9AM-5PM daily
COST: 500 pounds
TO REGISTER: email@themindedinstitute.com

LOCATION: London (near Euston Station)
DATE/TIME: 13-17th April 2016, 9AM-5PM daily
COST: 500 pounds
TO REGISTER: email@themindedinstitute.com

Join Heather Mason to look at how PTSD has a significant physiological component, which may not be effectively treated by cognitive therapeutic approaches, i.e. top down therapeutic approaches. Current evidence suggests only 50 percent in treatment experience relief and that 6 months after treatment 66 percent of those who responded become symptomatic again. The specific neuropathology of PTSD brings into question the efficacy of talking therapy as the sole form of treatment. Research suggests body based approaches are an important consideration due to the neuropathology of PTSD, in part, because they may support the necessary neuroplastic changes to engage in long-term effective treatment and short-term symptom relief for those with PTSD.

Yoga therapy is emerging as one of the most significant body based treatments for PTSD due to its profound impact on the nervous system combined with its focus on gentle and graded body awareness.

Moreover, as yoga therapy practice is correlated with the development of mindfulness, yoga therapy is also a form of top down regulation and consequently an integrative form of therapy.

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Yoga Therapy for Psychosis

LOCATION: Diorama Arts Studio, London (Near Euston Station)
DATE/TIME: 29TH February to 3rd March 2016, 9.30AM - 4.30PM daily
COST: 400 pounds (inc. course manual)
TO REGISTER: email@themindedinstitute.com

Join Anneke Sips, a yoga therapist and community psychiatric nurse with years of experience in using yoga therapy for complementary care in psychosis, with Heather Mason for the world’s first professional training in yoga therapy for psychosis. Yoga is increasingly being used as a complementary treatment for those suffering with Schizophrenia and results are amazing. Not only does yoga improve mood, and reduce positive affect in people who are experiencing psychosis, it also has been shown to increase oxytocin, the cuddle hormone, by up to 300%! Due to the extremely positive findings on yoga and schizophrenia, it is one of the only conditions where yoga is being included into the NICE guidelines!

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Yoga Therapy for Insomnia

LOCATION: Diorama Arts Studios, London (near Euston Station)
DATE/TIME: 31st March to 3rd April 2016, 10AM-5PM daily
COST: 400 pounds, 350 pounds (early bird rate until 31st Jan 2016).
TO REGISTER: email@themindedinstitute.com

Join Lisa Sanfilippo with Heather Mason to discover the techniques and practices that can help you and your yoga students or clients to sleep better. Insomnia, sleeplessness, and interrupted sleep have reached epidemic levels. According to the recent Great British Sleep Survey, more than half the population suffers from insomnia or sleep problems at some point in their lives, leaving many exhausted and frustrated. Both practical experience and mounting research evidence confirm that yoga and complementary techniques support better sleep and therefore improve wellbeing. This unique training offers techniques and approaches that promote deeper mental and physical relaxation for easier and better quality sleep.

Join us for this practical and inspiring workshop taught by Lisa Sanfilippo, noted by Marie Claire, Prima Magazine and the Daily Express as the UK’s leading expert in yoga for insomnia.

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Yoga Therapy for Eating Disorders

LOCATION: Diorama Arts Studios, London (near Euston Station)
DATE/TIME: 27th April to 1st May 2016, 10AM-5PM daily
COST: 400 pounds
TO REGISTER: email@themindedinstitute.com

There is a growing interest in, and mounting evidence for, the use of yoga and other mindfulness based
approaches in recovery from Eating Disorders. Many US residential programs now feature yoga classes as a part of their therapy program and this is gradually beginning to catch on in the UK too. Geared towards yoga teachers and mental health professionals, this training will enable you to use yoga therapeutically with people recovering from Eating Disorders. Join Dr. Sam Bottrill (with guest lectures by Piramvada) to learn about the following;

Eating Disorder diagnoses, prevalence, course, and outcomes.

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