Yoga Psychology

Yoga Psychology

Yoga psychology is based off a practice that is over 5,000 years old that brings focus around connecting the mind, body and soul. Yoga psychology assist with being able to shut of thoughts and begin to feel without judgement of self and others. Yoga psychology and body conditioning help create a balance in one’s life through self-study and attention to lifestyle. This brings harmony and inner peace to our daily life.

Body Conditioning

  • Diet (Eating foods that are optimal for your body type)
  • Exercise
  • Body Postures (Asana)
  • Breath Control (Pranayama)
  • Sense Withdrawal / Deep Relaxation (Pratyhara)

All aspects of body conditioning are designed to promote balance within and between the central nervous system and all other bodily systems (i.e. the neuroimmune system, the neuromuscular system, the neuroendocrine system, the cardiovascular system etc). It will also increase physical flexibility, strength and vitality as well as enhance mental clarity and focus.

Self Study

  • Concentration Exercises (Dharana)
  • Meditation (Dhyana)
  • Contemplation (Samadhi)
  • Being cognizant of who you are, utilizing your personal strengths, and understanding how a healthy attitude leads to a healthy life.

All aspects of self study facilitate a deeper understanding of oneself and greater control over the operation of one’s body, emotions and mind.


When one learns how to control and shut off the brain, individuals are better able to focus and respond appropriately to change. Through meditation clients can learn how to shut off noise and redirect thoughts that are no longer serving a purpose. Meditation can assist in controlling one’s mood, increase self-esteem, promote creativity, decrease cravings, and manage discomfort.

What Is Attentiveness To Lifestyle

Being mindful of how we treat the body through diet, exercise, and the power of thought can have an enormous impact on the mind. How we implement important values and believes into our everyday lives through being aware can promote positive relationships.

What Are The Benefits Of Using Yogic Techniques And Principles

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Panic Attacks
  • Attention Disturbances
  • Memory Problems
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Mood Disturbances
  • Pain
  • Migraine and Tension Headaches
  • Addictions
  • Sleep Disturbances
  • Relationship Issues
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Autoimmune disturbances
  • Stress