Category: Stress management and Wellness

Techniques of relaxation to control anxiety– S T O P

In my earlier blog on Techniques for relaxation, I had described two techniques that one can use to stall anxious thoughts.  Regular practice of these techniques will ensure a calmer frame of mind and more rational reactions to difficult situations. In Dialectical Behavior therapy made popular by its proponent Dr. Marcia Linehan, we understand that

Continue reading

Coping Mechanisms For Effective Stress Management – Training program for Employees

Organizations today are hotbeds for stress creation. Constant deadlines, unbridled competition and the dissipation of empathy in the cut throat professional environment are driving people to the ER with various ailments both physical (headaches, acidity or even frequent colds) and mental (anxiety and depression). The good news is that stress can be managed if the

Continue reading

Yoga and the Mind

Most of the yogic texts are complicated Sanskrit terms that have little significance to the lay person. While the believers’ numbers are growing, there are many sceptics too. Especially when we talk of the healing effects of yoga. So, it’s important to understand how yoga works on the human body and consequently the human mind.

Continue reading

Yoga and Psychology 2

Prevention and care is by far the best medicine there is. It all comes down to balance.” http://yoga.org.nz/what-is-yoga/yoga_definition.htm The practice of various Pranayama and Meditation are key aspects of yoga. Practice of yoga is not complete without meditation or pranayama. “Yoga is a very effective tool for relieving stress. Calming the mind and allowing a

Continue reading