TEDx Video 18 mins.
With anxiety, stress, and sleep dysfunction skyrocketing around the globe, it’s time we look at the unspoken reasons why. These debilitating challenges can be meaningfully impacted with ten to twenty minutes of breathing exercises per day. Max Strom,who has taught breath-work for 20 years, reveals his insights into the healing power of the breath.
5 Minute Breathing Exercise
Article from Outlier
Yoga has long been considered a beneficial activity for improving mental health, and a recent study may have found the scientific reason why. A new study adds to evidence that yoga eases anxiety and depression which has been piling up for decades.
10 Minute Morning Yoga with Kassandra
< 30 Minute Videos with Mariya Gancheva
The 40 Day Kundalini Yoga Mental Health Reboot is a unique program that help remove blockages and enhance your caliber in life. Available from Kundalini Lounge.
7 Minute Video from HeartMath
4 Minute Video from HeartMath
Are we all connected? We know the heart emits electromagnetic energy. Our research suggests this energy carries messages and information into a field environment that is shared by and connects everyone.
Watch our short white-board video for a unique understanding of coherence and social coherence. See how they make sense within your circle of family and friends and today’s global community.
Music and Wellness
40 Minute Podcast with Amikaeyla Gaston
Ami joins us today to discuss healing, forgiveness, and using the superpower of song to help individuals overcome and turn their fear and pain into power and fuel for self-exploration. She shares how we can create a healing environment to learn and grow in with those around us, have heartfelt conversations regarding health, healing, culture, and race, and cultivate a more sustainable world filled with greater tolerance and compassionate understanding.
5 Minute Video from Healing Quest
The beat of a drum is one of the most basic sounds of life. Judy explores the phenomenon of drumming circles that are springing up across the USA as part of holistic wellness practices.
Video from Christine Stevens
Resource Page of 3-5 Minute Videos
22 Minute Video with Licia Sky
Licia Sky guides us to noticing our bodies and the spaces in which we practice these gentle, body-oriented movements. Licia encourages us to connect with ourselves and access our imaginations with slow, intentional movements and a focus on balance, openness, and observation, allowing us to accept the sensations and feelings in our bodies, whatever they are.
International BodyTalk Association
Text Description and 4 Minute Video
BodyTalk techniques provide insights into the areas of your body that need attention. What might seem like an obvious problem to you is not necessarily the one your body wants to address first. BodyTalk respects the body’s needs and determines your priorities for healing. Then with the use of a variety of non-invasive techniques, BodyTalkers refocus your body’s natural healing response.
Introductory Course with Extensive Text and Many Videos
The general approach to modern health care is undergoing a radical change. There is a paradigm shift afoot in our understanding of dis-ease and how and why it manifests in the human living system. The body has an innate ability to heal itself; however, this ability is hindered by many factors such as physical, emotional, mental, biochemical, and environmental stressors. The BodyTalk System operates out of this new scientific understanding; blending quantum physics with ancient philosophical knowledge to assist the body in remembering how to heal itself.
This introductory course is free and publicly available. However, the sign-up process involves several steps. Feel free to request support by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
Video Resources for Resilience from ACEP
Homepage with Varied Resources
Tapping is also known as EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique). It is a powerful holistic healing technique that resolves a range of issues. It’s based on the combined principles of ancient Chinese acupressure and modern psychology.
Expanding Your Capacity
46 Minute Podcast with Bruce Lipton
Monthly Newsletter from Bruce Lipton
Dr. Lipton joins us today to discuss how stress, fear, and negative thoughts inhibit the body’s immune system response and, in turn, can make individuals much more susceptible to different illnesses.
Featuring news on Bruce’s teaching and travels, and updates on the awakening to higher consciousness that is currently underway around the world. This newsletter is about dispelling the myth of genes and the thin line between victim and master.
Article from Elemental by Medium
Four Simple Steps to Return to a ‘Rest and Digest’ State: Emerging research on the vagus nerve, a major nerve in the parasympathetic nervous system, sheds light on how people can tune in to their nervous systems and find ways back to a “rest and digest” state amidst the chronic stress.
3 Minute Video with Jonathon Jones
In his book ‘Accessing the healing power of the vagus nerve’, craniosacral therapist, Stanley Rosenberg devised what he calls ‘The Basic Exercise’. This 2 minute exercise is a great way to not only alleviate neck issues, but can help to restore a healthy state of rest and digest with the ventral vagus nerve.
52 Minute Podcast with Stephen Porges and Rick Hansen
Dr. Stephen Porges explains how we can use systems in our own bodies to feel less stressed and to deepen relationships with others on Dr. Rick Hanson’s Being Well podcast.
Trauma Prevention and Growth
One Hour+ Video Summary of Book from Bessel VanderKolk
Blogs from Bessel VanderKolk
The Body Keeps the Score is the inspiring story of how a group of therapists and scientists— together with their courageous and memorable patients—has struggled to integrate recent advances in brain science, attachment research, and body awareness into treatments that can free trauma survivors from the tyranny of the past. These new paths to recovery activate the brain’s natural neuroplasticity to rewire disturbed functioning and rebuild step by step the ability to “know what you know and feel what you feel.”
Bessel van der Kolk MD spends his career studying how children and adults adapt to traumatic experiences, and has translated emerging findings from neuroscience and attachment research to develop and study a range of treatments for traumatic stress in children and adults.
Healing Tools Handout from FREA
Handouts of images of self care positions to restore healthy thoughts and balance many emotions during this time. FREA Finding Recovery and Empowerment from Abuse is a non-profit volunteer organization. Our Mission is to teach self-help tools and skills to empower people in recovery from abuse.