Interview: Yoga Teachers as Part of the Clinical Team An Interview with David Emerson
Article: Effectiveness of an Extended Yoga Treatment for Women with Chronic Post-traumatic Stress Disorder
Original research: Yoga as an Adjunctive Treatment for Post-traumatic Stress Disorder: A Randomized Controlled Trial
Moving to Heal: Women’s Experiences of Therapeutic Yoga after Complex Trauma Author: Jennifer Inge West
Exploring the Efficacy of the Embodiment Practice that is Trauma Sensitive Yoga as a Complementary Intervention for Refugees The potential of Trauma Sensitive Yoga as a complementary treatment for refugee trauma has been explored in a small explorative study in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Using a participant observational approach (Harvey, 2011) the goal was to explore challenges and opportunities when combining refugee work with Trauma Sensitive Yoga. The primary researcher was present during every session with as primary goal to observe what works and what does not work – both inside and outside of the sessions.
Yoga for PTSD and the role of interoceptive awareness_ A preliminary mixed-methods case series studyAbstract: Introduction: A growing body of literature suggests yoga is a promising adjunct or standalone treatment for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). The mechanism behind these improvements in physical and mental health outcomes is less understood. Interoceptive awareness, the ability to perceive
internal bodily sensations, is proposed to be a crucial factor behind yoga, yet research investigating interception in PTSD is limited.