with Rev. M. Mala Cunningham, Ph.D.
New technologies enable scientists to observe how meditation and Yoga practices positively shape our neurochemistry and neuro-pathways. Over the last twenty years, research has proven that Yoga and mindfulness techniques can increase empathy, compassion, healing, and optimism and can significantly reduce stress, anxiety, depression, and negative thinking.
The retreat will focus on this fascinating new field and provide answers as to how and why Yoga works for healing your emotions, body, and mind.
Having an awareness of neuroscience illuminates how Yoga creates states of calmness, peace, and compassion, encouraging a greater capacity for self-healing and happiness. Dr. Mala will share with you some powerful techniques, strategies, and formulas that she uses with her clients in her private psychotherapy practice.
If you’re interested in putting these ideas into practice during a five-day retreat, register here.
- Established and powerful scientific ways in which you can rewire the brain, releasing old patterns and introducing new, healing energy
- Hands-on healing methods that are designed to help with emotional balance through their positive impact on anxiety, depression, addictions, anger, stress, and other emotional and mental issues
- Tools for helping and assisting with physical healing issues
These ideas and tools are on the cutting edge of neuroscience and therapy. Come learn what neuroscience, Yoga, and mindfulness have to offer you.
Really truly life changing and just what I needed to ignite my spiritual spark again! So thankful! — Tammy Moore
I’ve never, ever experienced such a combination of learning high-quality information with a very high spirituality that tightly hugged my heart. — Past Participant
About the Instructor
Mala Cunningham, Ph.D., is a Counseling Psychologist in private practice in Charlottesville, VA, and is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Virginia Nursing School. Dr. Cunningham is the president of Positive Health Solutions and the founder and director of Cardiac Medical Yoga. She is a senior disciple of Sri Swami Satchidananda and has been practicing and teaching Yoga for over thirty-five years. She is also a widely recognized authority in the field of Yoga Psychology and Medical Yoga and has been featured in numerous radio, print, and TV interviews.
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