Home Health & Fitness Yoga Integration of Cognitive Behavioural Therapies

Yoga Integration of Cognitive Behavioural Therapies

20
0


Om Yoga Magazine
Yoga Integration of Cognitive Behavioural Therapies

Yoga Integration of Cognitive Behavioural Therapies

Linda Kleida Romaera: A Transformative Investigation of Thoughts Patterns and Emotions to Enhance Well-being

Reading time: 4 Minutes

Using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with your yoga journaling can help you gain powerful insights, and elevate your practice and life. As always, yoga is much more than what we do on the mat –  With the inspiration of CBT, we can explore our thoughts, emotions and patterns.

Explore these five key areas of CBT to see how you can apply them to your practice of yoga. Here are some CBT-inspired questions for you to consider.

Automatic Thoughts

Automatic thoughts are those thoughts that we have in response when faced with a situation in our everyday lives. By identifying and challenging negative emotions or behaviours, we can challenge these automatic thoughts. We can…



Read more…

Previous articleSamsung expands Odyssey OLED gaming monitor line-up
Next articleDWWA judge profile: Matthew Wilkin MS