Yoga and Mindfulness: Clinical Aspects of an Ancient Mind/Body Practice

  title={Yoga and Mindfulness: Clinical Aspects of an Ancient Mind/Body Practice},
  author={P. Salmon and E. Lush and Megan E. Jablonski and S. Sephton},
  journal={Cognitive and Behavioral Practice},
  • P. Salmon, E. Lush, +1 author S. Sephton
  • Published 2009
  • Psychology
  • Cognitive and Behavioral Practice
  • Abstract The use of Yoga and other complementary healthcare interventions for both clinical and non-clinical populations has increased substantially in recent years. In this context, we describe the implementation of Hatha Yoga in the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program of Kabat-Zinn and colleagues. This is embedded in a more general consideration of Yoga’s place in complementary healthcare. In providing this overview, we comment on the nature and quality of current research on… CONTINUE READING
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