Shirley has a degree in conventional medicine (MBBS) and a M.Phil. and Ph.D. in neurophysiology. Both her M.Phil. and Ph.D. theses focused on the effects of Yoga practice. Dr. Telles received a Fulbright fellowship in 1998 and in 2007 she received an Indian Council of Medical Research Center for Advanced Research to study meditation’s effects through autonomic variables, evoked and event related potentials, polysomnography and fMRI. Dr. Telles has been the director of Patanjali Research Foundation, Haridwar, India, since 2007; www.patanjaliresearchfoundation.com. Dr. Telles has over 160 research papers cited in major databases and is an enthusiastic practitioner of Yoga.
Events with Shirley Telles, Ph.D., M.Phil.
January 25, 2019
Self-care and resiliency are important concepts for successfully navigating our lives. Therapeutic Yoga and mindfulness offer powerful tools for managing stress, trauma, relationships, work, and personal life. Using an integrative approach, this workshop will provide you with practical tools for increasing self-confidence, decreasing stress, self-regulating, dealing with adversity and disappointments, managing challenges, and successfully navigating into higher levels of self-care and resiliency. This course provides: An understanding of Integrative Medicine A review of stress, neuroscience, and the mind Insight into how the mind works and how a lack of self-care impacts on our neurobiology Powerful tools and formulas for increasing self-care and resiliency…