Yoga for Anxiety and Depression
December 16, 2017,
1:30 – 3:30 pm
At the 2017 annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, in studies presented yoga participants reported dramatically reduced symptoms of depression, improved functioning, and increased feelings of optimism and quality of life. Research shows that yoga provides both immediate and long lasting benefits for the mind and the body, and in managing the symptoms of anxiety and/or depression.
This class uses yoga as a complement to traditional treatments of medication and psychotherapy.
Participants will apply knowledge in practice to increase energy, cultivate calmness, improve mental clarity and provide emotional stability.
Location: TriYoga Boston, 60 Prospect St., Waltham, MA
Lorraine (Lorrie) Jacobsohn RN, MSN (Masters of Science in Nursing), PMHCNS-BC (Psychiatric and Mental Health Clinical Nurse Specialist – Board Certified), Advanced Practice Holistic Nurse, E-RYT 500, TriYoga Teacher Basics—L2, Co-Director of TriYoga Boston Therapeutic Yoga Teacher Training. Lorrie is a Psychiatric Clinical Nurse Specialist with expertise in Trauma, Sudden Bereavement, Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence. Lorrie teaches in the 300 Hour Therapeutic Teacher Training program.