Barbara Pane LCSW, CYT

Resources

 

Internet:

These sites offer online classes of varying, lengths, levels, and styles of yoga.

This site is completely free:

http://www.doyogawithme.com

 

Each offers free two week memberships.

http://www.yogaglo.com

http://www.yogavibes.com

 

This site has books, DVD’s, audio, and other resources specifically on using yoga to balance your mood by Amy Weintraub.  I’ve used many of them and have liked all that I’ve tried.

http://yogafordepression.com

 

DVD’s

Absolute Beginner Yoga with Joanne Spence http://www.absolutebeginneryoga.com

Life Force Yoga to Beat the Blues with Amy Weintraub

Total Yoga-The flow series (Earth- beginner, Water-intermediate, Fire-advanced)

I tried these from Northland library first then ordered them through Amazon.

 

Try videos from the library first if you can.  Half Price Books on McKnight Rd. has some.

 

If you feel good doing it, it is probably the right level for you.  If you don’t, go more slowly or try something else.

 

Yoga Books

Yoga for Depression by Amy Weintraub

Yoga for Emotional Balance by Bo Forbes

Overcoming Trauma through Yoga by David Emerson and Elizabeth Hopper, PhD

Meditations from the Mat by Katrina Kenison and Rolf Gates

Mindfulness Books

Full Catastrophe Living by Jon Kabat-Zinn (and anything else by him!)

Radical Acceptance by Tara Brach

Anything by Thit Nat Han

Anything by Pema Chodron

Music Therapy

Aaron Teague is a music therapist, expressive arts therapist, and counselor. Aaron assists his clients in building their inner resources by combing music and other arts. His specialization is providing sessions in The Bonny Method of Guided Imagery and Music. Aaron believes that his practice of meditation and other contemplative practices inform his work as a professional arts helper. www.musicjourney.net 412-761-0751

 

Namaste,

Barbara Pane LCSW  lcsw@pane.net 412-848-8400