265 Yoga Practice For Depression & Anxiety – Shahar
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Yoga Insights For Depression & Anxiety
Or Shahar started suffering from depression in late adolescence, and then took her first yoga course during her first trip to India, at only 18 years old. Dealing with depression through yoga practice is the recurring theme of her adult life. At 23 she took a plane to India again, where she additionally discovered her deep connection to Buddhism, took her first yoga teacher training and started yoga practice even more seriously.
For the past four years, she has taught yoga in the Berlin area, while deepening her own practice every day. Here at CBJ, she shares her experience with the psychological healing effects of yoga practice.
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