Cold Depression: Finding Hope in Isolation
Join Dr. Shanti Shanti Kaur as she talks about the effects of isolation. In this course, you will learn about what Cold Depression is, how to identify it, and how it shows up in the body. You will also learn ways to create a space of self-care and find hope.
Dr. Khalsa has unique perspectives from her work as an early pioneer in the field of HIV healthcare and her specialization in teaching Kundalini Yoga and Meditation to people with chronic or life-threatening illness and their family members.
General concepts this course will cover:
- Learn what Cold Depression means and how it shows up in the body
- How to create a space of self-care when you’re feeling lonely
- Learn about the effects of isolation
- Simple ways to maintain health and hope
Dr. Shanti Shanti Kaur Khalsa, PhD, C-IAYT, YACEP, brings the ancient teachings of Kundalini Yoga into modern medicine. She has taught Kundalini Yoga since 1971 and began to teach people with chronic or life-threatening illness in 1986, during the AIDS epidemic. She is founding director of the Guru Ram Das Center for Medicine & Humanology, with the mission to bring Kundalini Yoga into healthcare. She is a Certified Kundalini Yoga Therapist, a Medical Family therapist, and a KRI Certified Kundalini Yoga mentoring lead trainer for Levels 1 and 2. Dr. Khalsa is a charter member of the International Association of Yoga Therapists and served on the team that developed IAYT Educational Standards for Yoga Therapy Teacher Training. She developed and directs the accredited 1,120-hour Kundalini Yoga Therapy Professional Training, in 48 countries. Her Kundalini Yoga program for people living with HIV is featured in the book, Yoga as Medicine by Timothy McCall, MD. And her groundbreaking work in Kundalini Yoga Therapy is in Yoga Therapy and Integrative Medicine: Where Ancient Science Meets Modern Medicine.
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Sat Nam Fascinating and compelling insight into a phenomenon that is pervading society under the radar. This is a modern day 'Trojan Horse' for chronic stress to invade and establish itself in the body. So interesting, would love to gain more insight into this. Thank you so much.