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News about yoga, health, stress management, mindfulness – featuring Princeton Center for Yoga and Health

Exploring the Mind-Body Connection


Hospital Partners with a Yoga Studio

By Michael Redmond, Lifestyle Editor
Packet Online, August 28, 2007

Based upon the success of their initial collaboration in the spring, Capital Health System in Trenton and the Princeton Center for Yoga & Health will once again be presenting an eight-week Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) course at the yoga center’s studio in Montgomery, beginning Sept. 24.

This is news, folks.

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Life Force Yoga to Manage Your Mood

by Greg Vellner, published July 14, 2007 on NJ.com and in the Trenton Times

So severe was her depression, Amy Weintraub couldn’t do the simplest things.

She was unable to put two shoes in a shoe box. She couldn’t close a folding chair. Finding the right words was sometimes impossible. And then there was the check book.

“Once, instead of sending the amount on the invoice I was paying for my health insurance, I sent the entire balance of my checking account,” she says.

Like scores of others — 121 million people worldwide, according to the World Health Organization — Weintraub was clinically depressed. And like many of those sufferers, she was put on an antidepressant medication — probably for life, her psychiatrist told her.

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Finding Inner Wisdom to Present a New Approach to Reducing Stress

The Key is ‘Living in the Moment.’

by Fay Reiter
The Times of Trenton Times, May 2007 and at NJ.com

“There is a lot more right with us than wrong,” observed Pat Vroom, director of integral medicine at Capital Health System, as participants gathered recently to learn about a new approach to stress management.

With a dozen others, I sat in a circle in a large studio on a cool Monday evening at the Princeton Center for Yoga and Health in the Skillman section of Montgomery Township. The session was the first of the Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Course, a structured, educational program teaching mindfulness meditation and gentle yoga as tools to manage chronic pain, stress, anxiety and depression.

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Meditation Helps Take the Stress Out of Everyday Life

by Fay Reiter
The Times of Trenton and at NJ.com, June 2007

FOCUS ON FITNESS

Editor’s note: This is the second of two parts.

Five weeks have passed since I started the Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction course, a joint venture of Capital Health Systems and the Princeton Center for Yoga and Health in Skillman.

The eight-week series is a structured, educational program teaching mindfulness meditation and gentle yoga as tools to manage stress. Most significant has been my commitment to daily meditation, which I have been practicing every evening at bedtime.

Read More…

The Dharma of Downward Dog

By Leslie Garisto Pfaff
NJ Life Magazine, October 2006

Yoga is now on the menu of many mainstream gyms and health clubs. But even those people drawn to its practice in pursuit of perfect abs can’t deny the spiritual benefits of traditional yoga.

BEFORE WE BEGIN, PLEASE UNDERSTAND: I’m not a yoga kind of person. I’m impatient and easily distracted, and I don’t like sitting on the floor. I’ve never experienced proper deep breathing (though I am well acquainted with hyperventilation). I’m pretty certain that this world is all there is, and, until recently I made my way through it by gritting my teeth and just getting on with things.

Read More…

Exploring the Mind-Body Connection


Hospital Partners with a Yoga Studio

By Michael Redmond, Lifestyle Editor
Packet Online, August 28, 2007

Based upon the success of their initial collaboration in the spring, Capital Health System in Trenton and the Princeton Center for Yoga & Health will once again be presenting an eight-week Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) course at the yoga center’s studio in Montgomery, beginning Sept. 24.

This is news, folks.

Read More…

Life Force Yoga to Manage Your Mood

by Greg Vellner, published July 14, 2007 on NJ.com and in the Trenton Times

So severe was her depression, Amy Weintraub couldn’t do the simplest things.

She was unable to put two shoes in a shoe box. She couldn’t close a folding chair. Finding the right words was sometimes impossible. And then there was the check book.

“Once, instead of sending the amount on the invoice I was paying for my health insurance, I sent the entire balance of my checking account,” she says.

Like scores of others — 121 million people worldwide, according to the World Health Organization — Weintraub was clinically depressed. And like many of those sufferers, she was put on an antidepressant medication — probably for life, her psychiatrist told her.

Read More…

Finding Inner Wisdom to Present a New Approach to Reducing Stress

The Key is ‘Living in the Moment.’

by Fay Reiter
The Times of Trenton Times, May 2007 and at NJ.com

“There is a lot more right with us than wrong,” observed Pat Vroom, director of integral medicine at Capital Health System, as participants gathered recently to learn about a new approach to stress management.

With a dozen others, I sat in a circle in a large studio on a cool Monday evening at the Princeton Center for Yoga and Health in the Skillman section of Montgomery Township. The session was the first of the Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Course, a structured, educational program teaching mindfulness meditation and gentle yoga as tools to manage chronic pain, stress, anxiety and depression.

Read More…

Meditation Helps Take the Stress Out of Everyday Life

by Fay Reiter
The Times of Trenton and at NJ.com, June 2007

FOCUS ON FITNESS

Editor’s note: This is the second of two parts.

Five weeks have passed since I started the Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction course, a joint venture of Capital Health Systems and the Princeton Center for Yoga and Health in Skillman.

The eight-week series is a structured, educational program teaching mindfulness meditation and gentle yoga as tools to manage stress. Most significant has been my commitment to daily meditation, which I have been practicing every evening at bedtime.

Read More…

The Dharma of Downward Dog

By Leslie Garisto Pfaff
NJ Life Magazine, October 2006

Yoga is now on the menu of many mainstream gyms and health clubs. But even those people drawn to its practice in pursuit of perfect abs can’t deny the spiritual benefits of traditional yoga.

BEFORE WE BEGIN, PLEASE UNDERSTAND: I’m not a yoga kind of person. I’m impatient and easily distracted, and I don’t like sitting on the floor. I’ve never experienced proper deep breathing (though I am well acquainted with hyperventilation). I’m pretty certain that this world is all there is, and, until recently I made my way through it by gritting my teeth and just getting on with things.

Read More…

Exploring the Mind-Body Connection


Hospital Partners with a Yoga Studio

By Michael Redmond, Lifestyle Editor
Packet Online, August 28, 2007

Based upon the success of their initial collaboration in the spring, Capital Health System in Trenton and the Princeton Center for Yoga & Health will once again be presenting an eight-week Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) course at the yoga center’s studio in Montgomery, beginning Sept. 24.

This is news, folks.

Read More…

Life Force Yoga to Manage Your Mood

by Greg Vellner, published July 14, 2007 on NJ.com and in the Trenton Times

So severe was her depression, Amy Weintraub couldn’t do the simplest things.

She was unable to put two shoes in a shoe box. She couldn’t close a folding chair. Finding the right words was sometimes impossible. And then there was the check book.

“Once, instead of sending the amount on the invoice I was paying for my health insurance, I sent the entire balance of my checking account,” she says.

Like scores of others — 121 million people worldwide, according to the World Health Organization — Weintraub was clinically depressed. And like many of those sufferers, she was put on an antidepressant medication — probably for life, her psychiatrist told her.

Read More…

Finding Inner Wisdom to Present a New Approach to Reducing Stress

The Key is ‘Living in the Moment.’

by Fay Reiter
The Times of Trenton Times, May 2007 and at NJ.com

“There is a lot more right with us than wrong,” observed Pat Vroom, director of integral medicine at Capital Health System, as participants gathered recently to learn about a new approach to stress management.

With a dozen others, I sat in a circle in a large studio on a cool Monday evening at the Princeton Center for Yoga and Health in the Skillman section of Montgomery Township. The session was the first of the Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Course, a structured, educational program teaching mindfulness meditation and gentle yoga as tools to manage chronic pain, stress, anxiety and depression.

Read More…

Meditation Helps Take the Stress Out of Everyday Life

by Fay Reiter
The Times of Trenton and at NJ.com, June 2007

FOCUS ON FITNESS

Editor’s note: This is the second of two parts.

Five weeks have passed since I started the Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction course, a joint venture of Capital Health Systems and the Princeton Center for Yoga and Health in Skillman.

The eight-week series is a structured, educational program teaching mindfulness meditation and gentle yoga as tools to manage stress. Most significant has been my commitment to daily meditation, which I have been practicing every evening at bedtime.

Read More…

The Dharma of Downward Dog

By Leslie Garisto Pfaff
NJ Life Magazine, October 2006

Yoga is now on the menu of many mainstream gyms and health clubs. But even those people drawn to its practice in pursuit of perfect abs can’t deny the spiritual benefits of traditional yoga.

BEFORE WE BEGIN, PLEASE UNDERSTAND: I’m not a yoga kind of person. I’m impatient and easily distracted, and I don’t like sitting on the floor. I’ve never experienced proper deep breathing (though I am well acquainted with hyperventilation). I’m pretty certain that this world is all there is, and, until recently I made my way through it by gritting my teeth and just getting on with things.

Read More…