Yoga CBT

with Dr. Manjit Khalsa & Julie Greiner-Ferris
Monday 24th
Tuesday 25th
Wednesday 26th
Thursday 27th
Friday 28th
Saturday 29th
Sunday 30th
Wellness - Confidence
Who is this class for?

 

  • Want to learn how to manage worry and thoughts
  • Learn components of cognitive behavioural therapy and Kundalini Yoga
  • Feel less stressed and more positive everyday
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The class will become available to join 15 minutes before it is due to start.

Mind
Body
Soul
2022-01-23T12:30:00Z - 2022-01-23T13:30:00Z
Yoga CBT Challenging the body’s automatic responses to stress, this class helps to channel skills and strategies into a greater resilience of life’s challenges.
Yoga CBT Class

Keeping Calm with Yoga CBT

"Hello, we're Dr Manjit and Julie. Being Calm in our stressful lives takes practice! When we are stressed, over time, we all develop automatic responses in both our thoughts and our physical states. These reactions may also affect how we feel about ourselves, and the way that we communicate with others.

In these sessions, we'll help you learn and practice skills and strategies to help you change your automatic responses to stress and begin to gain greater resilience to face life's challenges. The yoga is very simple, accessible to almost everyone and is all done in chairs. No previous yoga experience is necessary."


Our members say...

'This is a sensation class, I absolutely love it. Thank you!' - Ms D

Meet the instructor Dr. Manjit Khalsa & Julie Greiner-Ferris
Dr. Manjit Kaur Khalsa Ed.D., co-creator of Yoga - Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (Y-CBT) is a highly experienced Psychologist, practicing at Riverside Community Care @ Upton, and in Private Practice in Millis, Massachusetts, USA. She is also President of Sikh Dharma of Massachusetts, which oversees the Guru Ram Das Ashram and Yoga at the Ashram, in Millis, Massachusetts. Julie Greiner-Ferris is a Licensed Independent Social Worker with more than 25 years of experience in the treatment of mental health issues. A graduate of Boston College Graduate School of Social Work, she is co-creator of Yoga - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (Y-CBT), and is currently the Program Director of Outpatient Services at Riverside Community Care, in Upton, Massachusetts.
Geek Notes

Benefits of Yoga, a multicomponent exercise, include:

  • Improving balance
  • Improving strength
  • Improving flexibility
  • Improving mental wellbeing
  • Maintaining cognition
  • Improving quality of life
  • Improving functional ability
  • Preventing falls.

WHO recommends that people 65 years or older you should aim to do multicomponent exercise at least 3 times a week. If you are new to any exercise, start by doing small amounts and adjust how much you do based on your fitness and strength levels.

Click to find out more about the evidence and points.

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