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A Proven Program to Manage Depression and Anxiety

by Owen, LizRossi, Holly LebowitzStreeter, Chris C.

Based on cutting-edge studies, this is a practical, accessible guide to yoga for reduction in stress, anxiety, and depression, with the goal of balanced emotional health.

The Yoga Effect helps readers overcome the de-energizing effects of depression and move into a state of calm and focus. Based on the program developed through three NIH-funded studies at Boston University School of Medicine, these sequences are medically proven to trigger a physical and mental release of fear and worry.
The book offers:
- A customizable prescription for maintaining centeredness, confidence, and balance
- Straightforward, accessible sequences, with 40 black & white photos clearly illustrating the poses
- A short, well-rounded practice that includes breath work and poses with clear explanation of how each sequence contributes to physical, mental, and emotional wellness
- Differing levels of practice for readers' varying levels of physical abilities

Written with an MD, The Yoga Effect is a proven pathway for cultivating inner strength that can be accessed at any time, offering hope and a solution for anyone looking to transform their mental and emotional health.

Liz Owen is the coauthor of Yoga for a Healthy Lower Back. She has taught yoga since 1990 and is coauthor and lead yoga teacher for three NIH-funded studies conducted at Boston University School of Medicine. Holly Lebowitz Rossi is the coauthor of Yoga for a Healthy Lower Back. She has worked as a freelance writer for two decades, specializing in health, wellness, religion, parenting, and yoga. Chris C. Streeter, M.D., is an Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Neurology at Boston University School of Medicine and a Lecturer at Harvard School of Medicine. A NIH-funded researcher for over 20 years, she is currently the director of the Boston Yoga Research Center and the Director of Functional Neuroimaging for Psychiatry at Boston University School of Medicine.

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