Soul to Sole Yoga for Bipolar Disorder
Yoga Therapy for Bipolar Disorder
Soul to Sole Yoga for Bipolar Disorder is a unique therapeutic blend of tailored yoga sequences, guided meditation, and dialectical behavioral skills integration geared towards allowing individuals on the bipolar spectrum to regain control of their emotions and their lives. Yoga is a powerful tool in combatting stress, which leads to increases in anxiety and depression. Mindful movement, breath, and meditation bring balance that can be otherwise hard to find for the bipolar individual. A regular yoga practice, suited to our physical and mental needs is useful for combatting negative emotions and reducing stress.
Why Choose Us
Bipolar disorder is a lifelong condition, but it does not have to be a life sentence.
I’m one of you. I’m Bipolar. I know the struggle intimately. The programs I run with Soul to Sole are all based in the pieces of my own healing journey and current research in the treatment of bipolar disorder.
Soul to Sole Founder
Bipolar Unspecified or Undiagnosed/Bipolar Type I Program
This program is recommended for anyone who has a BPI diagnosis, an unspecified diagnosis on the bipolar spectrum, or who is as yet undiagnosed.
Bipolar Type II Program
This program is recommended specifically for those with a BPII diagnosis.
DBT Skills for Everyone Program
This program is an in-depth look at Dialetical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) skills, and is applicable to everyone with emotion regulation and mood management difficulties regardless of diagnosis.
What is Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)?
DBT stands on four basic pillars which we will explore in our time together. Below is a general description of what these skills can help you achieve.
Core Mindfulness Skills:
Increase your sense of who you are, your awareness of symptoms, your ability to concentrate, your memory, and your ability to control your thoughts. Decrease confusion about who you are, the lack of awareness that can lead to depression or mania, scattered and racing thoughts, and rumination leading to depression.
Distress Tolerance Skills:
Increase use of healthy coping skills, positive aspects of relationships, and self-esteem. Decrease self-destructive behaviors, burning out your friends and loved ones, and anger towards yourself which reduces self-respect.
Emotion Regulation Skills:
Increases acceptance of emotions, mood stability, and the ability to control emotions. Decreases self-judgements for having emotions, negative emotions coming from unfair judgements, feelings of helplessness and of being overwhelmed, and the all-too familiar emotional rollercoaster.
Interpersonal Effectiveness Skills:
Increases your ability to get your needs met and support from friends and loved ones. Decreases one-sided and unfulfilling relationships and conflicted, unsupportive relationships.
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