Yoga in Psychotherapy

YOGA IS THE OLDEST WAY TO INCREASE PSYCHOLOGICAL FLEXIBILITY, COGNITIVE CAPACITY, MENTAL STRENGTH, stamina, and the capacity to cope with stress. ITS EFFECT IS CONSTANT WITH HUNDREDS OF YEARS OF EXPERIENCE. THE RELATIONSHIP OF YOGA AND PSYCHOLOGY IS worthy of a closer examination…

Yoga is actually the state of being able to take the process of nature to ourselves and to re-enter the form of nature. Only the form of man has changed. we can find the essence again and get in touch with ourselves. Therefore, there are postures such as animals, nature.

BODY AWARENESS THE MUCH FLEXIBLE THE BODY IS, BUT THE MORE FLEXIBLE IN THE MIND.

In Yoga Terminology, Emotional Disorder is a Result of Imbalance Between Manas Shakti (Mental Element) and Pranashakti (Necessary Element).

Excess Mental Energy Is Available But If Prana Is Lacking, One Will Experience Introversion, Depression, Anxiety, And Fatigue. It loses its dynamism and cannot transform its mental energy into creative action.

Conversely, If A Person Has Too Much Prana But Not Enough Manas (Mind), It Will Be Very Destructive And Harmful. Excess Uncontrolled Energy Can Put A Person In A Difficult Situation.

A balanced bodily posture developed through yoga postures also provides physical, mental, emotional and spiritual balance. Head, neck, back and low back pain, difficulty in concentration and thinking, irritability, tension and anger are calmed. As the sympathetic nervous system is stimulated, the body relaxes and sleep quality increases. well-being and outlook on life change in a positive way. the mind calms down and awareness increases. With this introversion, emotions are calmed and excitement and anxiety are reduced. It is beneficial in the prevention and treatment of depression and anxiety disorders.

Thanks to yoga, positive image of the body, self-confidence and positive self-esteem develop. The individual gains a more realistic, positive, flexible and universal view of himself. As the body becomes more agile, flexible and strong, the mind is clear and the emotions are balanced, physical, mental and emotional stability and confidence are created. As a result of the development of the body-mind dialogue, the individual begins to listen to the needs of the body.

USAGE AREAS OF YOGA IN PSYCHOTHERAPY

•Self-esteem
•Self-editing
•Concentration and attention
Maintaining well-being
•In chronic cases
Somatic complaints, pain
Stress and anxiety reduction
Pregnancy and postpartum depression
•Psychoneuro immune system
• Hypochondriasis

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