Yoga Therapy for Anxiety, Stress and Depression with Hannah Staunton
A 3-week series of therapeutic yoga to support you to manage feelings of anxiety, stress and depression. The sessions will include specific yoga, breathwork, mindfulness and other techniques that have been researched from fields such as psychotherapy, somatic therapy and neuroscience. The sessions will be held in a safe and compassionate space, with a maximum of 8 people.
What to expect
Throughout the three weeks you will learn mind-body tools and techniques to help you balance and regulate your nervous system, cultivate mindfulness and self-awareness, and begin to recognise and eliminate habitual patterns of thought and behaviour; supporting your wellbeing.
Who is this course for
What you will take away with you
Some of the possible benefits
Yoga therapy focuses on the whole person and draws on both mind and body techniques. We will use techniques that have been evidenced to support symptoms and presentations of anxiety, stress and depression. These practices will be learned and taken home with each individual enabling a greater sense of self-efficacy and empowerment. Yoga therapy promotes a sense of community, support and togetherness.
Starts 26th March 2022
Saturdays 26 March, 2nd, 9th April
Hannah offers tiered equity pricing on this course:
TIER 1: 100€– For those who are financially well-resourced and who are able to contribute towards rebalancing systemic inequity. Reflects the value of the course in Western economic markets.
TIER 2: 80€– For those on lesser incomes, caring responsibilities and from marginalised communities. Use Code EQUITY20 at registration.
What you will receive
Hannah is an 820 hour Yoga Teacher and Yoga Therapist. She has trained in yoga styles such as Anusara, Yin and Hatha before going on to study a two year Yoga Therapy Diploma with The Minded Institute and recently completing Yoga Therapy for Perinatal Mental Health and Pregnancy Yoga with Birthlight and The Minded Institute. She work both individually and with small groups of people using yoga therapy techniques to support the physiological, emotional and neurological presentations of specific conditions such as anxiety, depression, PTSD, chronic pain, and women’s health.
Hannah also works with groups of women to facilitate deep rest, self-connection, self-expression and embodiment using techniques such as nervous system regulation, sound and voice activation, embodied movement, sensory exploration and inquiry.