The Simple Yoga Technique to Embrace Difficult Change | Dan Edelston | TEDxStonehillCollege

The Simple Yoga Technique to Embrace Difficult Change | Dan Edelston | TEDxStonehillCollege

Whether it is the day to day weather, our relationships or even our emotions, nothing remains constant. Intellectually, we know change is happening, yet many of us still face feelings of doubt, insecurity or fear. If we don’t embrace change, we encounter symptoms such as anxiety, depression and phobias, which can then effect the quality of our lives. Thankfully, there is a simple, straightforward solution that is hidden right below our noses. No really, it right below our nostrils. It is our breath, the air that comes in and out of our noses. Ancient yogic teachings and now Western science is proving that when we link that breath with movement, we can not only learn to change our brain chemistry but also more easily navigate the changes of life. This talk will discuss empirical research study outcomes, personal experience as a yoga teacher and practical applications for the audience to embrace and leave with to go forth and help humanity by helping themselves. Dan Edelston is a certified: Yoga Instructor, Personal Trainer and Reiki Master. He recently published a book, “The Mind-Body Melt” and finished his year term as local Toastmasters President where he coached numerous individuals to improve their public speaking performance. As a yoga teacher, Dan has seen first-hand the power of the practice, especially how linking breath with movement can make monumental changes for a person both on and off the mat. He firmly believes the yogic practice is the ultimate methodology to embrace in order for people to more easily navigate what can sometimes feel like the turbulent waves of their lives. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at x

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