Yoga Journal’s Yoga for Stress

Panic Attack Programs
5 Proven Steps to Relieve Anxiety, Panic Attacks, and Stress with Mark Sing

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Yoga Journal teams with Dr. Baxter Bell to bring you this unique, medically-grounded program to help you become “stress hardy.” In this DVD, you’ll learn to recognize and modify your body’s fight-or-flight response to stress. You’ll also discover how yoga can relieve stress-related problems like muscular tension, headaches, insomnia, depression, and panic attacks. Baxter Bell, M.D., is a California-based physician, yoga teacher, and medical acupuncturist with more than 15 years of family medical practice. He teaches, writes, and lectures internationally on stress
because it addresses the underlying causes, not just the symptoms. The easy to follow program features:
– Stress prevention workout to help you develop stress hardiness (35 minutes); – Stress relief practice to calm you down and release tension (35 minutes); – Three quick relaxation techniques; – In-depth interview with Dr. Bell about the physiology of stress; – Alternate practice mode which allows you to practice with less verbal instruction once you’ve learned the yoga sequences; – Built in timer that lets you practice at your own pace
– Bonus DVD-ROM that links you to Yoga Journal articles about stress.

5 Proven Steps to Relieve Anxiety, Panic Attacks, and Stress with Mark Sing

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