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Anxiety Taught Me These Life Lessons

Posted on 2/6/2017 by Jessica Thiefels in Benefits of Meditation Anxiety Yoga Practice How to Deal with Anxiety Mindfulness Remember to Breathe

I’ve had anxiety since college and have been lucky enough to use therapy as a tool for managing it. As such, I’ve learned a lot about how anxiety manifests in my life and how to recognize as well as soothe it.

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Curb Your Anxiety and Get Off that Couch

Posted on 1/26/2017 by Sarah Biel in Benefits of Meditation Anxiety Yoga Practice Yoga for Stress How to Deal with Anxiety Yoga for Being Snowed i

A sedentary person also termed a couch potato, is someone that leads a lifestyle with irregular or no physical activity. Couch potato's spend most of their day sitting watching TV, working on a computer, reading or playing video games. Excessive sitting contributes to many chronic health issues including anxiety and preventable causes of death.

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Personal Essay: How Anxiety Made Me a Kinder Person

Posted on 1/16/2017 by Felice Schlizerman in Anxiety Be Kind Candace Moore 1001Knits How to Deal with Anxiety

I recently received an e-mail for a personal essays project. I was so excited that I responded with my pitch: “I was thinking about writing about how my anxiety has made me a kinder person. While I can't always control how I feel, It makes me think twice about other people and the struggles they might be going through.” I was so glad when I heard back that I would be able to share my experience, but now comes the tough part, writing this. So here goes nothing.

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How Yoga Can Help Relieve Anxiety

Posted on 3/2/2016 by Benjamin Fry in yoga Anxiety Benjamin Fry Khiron House

Living with anxiety on a daily basis can be very difficult. If you’re suffering from anxiety after experiencing a traumatic event or you’ve lived with it your entire life, finding the best ways to cope or relieve anxiety isn’t always easy.

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Riddle Me Some Reality

Posted on 2/4/2016 by J. Brown in J. Brown Yoga Reality Anxiety Spirituality

Expanding the definition of reality beyond the usual time, money and politics is generally considered naive or delusional. Aspects of life that are immeasurable or defy explanation are relegated to the realm of hearsay and mysticism. But from a purely pragmatic standpoint, magic is undeniable.

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Regret Overeating this Past Weekend? The Real Reason You Did, it May Surprise You

Posted on 12/8/2015 by Alba Creales in fear Anxiety stress Regret Overeating Food

Many of us could use some healing when it comes to our relationship with food + our body but most of us are convinced that not feeling well after eating (either emotionally or physically) is our version of “normal”.

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The Difference Between Fear and Anxiety

Posted on 10/27/2015 by Justin Kaliszewski in fear Mind Physical Body Anxiety Western Science

In honor of the Halloween holiday, I recently recorded a class and meditation “On The Difference Between Fear and Anxiety” for the OUTLAW Yoga Channel.

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The Beginner Mindset

Posted on 10/3/2015 by Ashley Josephine in yoga Beginner's Mindset Ego Anxiety Vulnerability

Happy Autumn Equinox! I don’t know about you, but it’s slowly starting to feel like fall around here. Cooler weather. Pumpkins on display at the grocery store. Cravings for soup and hot tea. Northface jackets. And of course, football!

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