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Thursday, September 21st @ 4:00 PM pst

  • What is yoga for mental health?
    Yoga for mental health refers to the use of yoga practices, such as postures, breathing techniques, meditation, and mindfulness, to support and improve mental health and well-being. It is a holistic approach that aims to promote relaxation, reduce stress and anxiety, improve mood, and increase self-awareness and resilience. The goal of yoga for mental health is to provide individuals with tools and techniques to help manage their mental health and improve their overall quality of life.
  • Is yoga for mental health effective?
    Research has indicated that yoga can reduce symptoms of depression, anxiety, and stress, PTSD, addiction, ADHD, and improve overall well-being. Additionally, having a consistent yoga practice can help increase feelings of relaxation, improve sleep, and enhance cognitive function. However, it's important to note that everyone's experience with yoga for mental health may be different and it may not be suitable for everyone. It's always best to consult with a mental health professional and/or doctor before starting any new practice.
  • Who can benefit from yoga for mental health?
    Yoga for mental health can benefit anyone who wants to improve their mental and emotional well-being. This type of yoga incorporates mindfulness and stress-reducing techniques, which can be especially helpful for people who experience anxiety, depression, or other mental health conditions. Additionally, it can also benefit those who have a history of trauma, as well as anyone who wants to improve their overall mental and emotional health.
  • How is yoga for mental health different from other forms of yoga?
    Yoga for mental health is a type of yoga that is specifically designed and tailored to help individuals address mental and emotional health concerns such as stress, anxiety, depression, and trauma. It combines traditional yoga practices with modern psychological techniques to create a holistic approach to mental well-being. This form of yoga may differ from other forms in terms of the focus on mental health, the use of specific techniques and poses, and the integration of therapeutic principles into the practice. Additionally, it may also involve more personalized attention, individualized instruction, and a small group setting to create a safe and supportive environment for healing.
  • What kind of yoga is best for mental health?
    The type of yoga that is best for mental health can vary depending on an individual's specific needs and preferences. Some commonly recommended styles for mental health include Hatha, Vinyasa, Restorative, Kundalini Yoga, Mudra Meditation, Yoga Nidra, and Pranayama. However, it's best to consult with a qualified yoga teacher or mental health professional to determine the best style for you.
  • How often should I practice yoga for mental health?
    The frequency of practicing yoga for mental health depends on the individual's needs and goals. Some people find that practicing regularly, such as once or twice a week, is sufficient to see results, while others may benefit from daily practice. It's important to listen to your body and adjust your practice accordingly, while also consulting with a qualified teacher to ensure that you are doing poses safely and effectively.
  • Is yoga for mental health covered by insurance?
    Unfortunately, yoga for mental health is not covered by insurance but is a valuable investment in your well-being.
  • Can I do yoga for mental health at home?
    Yes, you can do yoga for mental health at home. Practicing yoga at home allows you to have a flexible schedule and personalize your practice to your needs and abilities. Sole Journey Yoga is an exclusively virtual studio that allows you to experience the benefits of yoga for mental health from the comfort of your own home.
  • What are the benefits of private yoga coaching for mental health?
    Personalized attention and a customized approach to meet your specific mental health needs and goals. The opportunity to work with a knowledgeable and experienced coach who can guide and support you where you are in your practice. A safe and supportive environment for exploring and addressing the root causes of your mental health challenges. A focus on the mind-body connection and the integration of physical, emotional, and mental well-being. Increased self-awareness, self-esteem, and confidence as you cultivate a stronger and more resilient mind-body connection. The ability to develop coping skills, stress management techniques, and tools for managing anxiety and depression. The opportunity to work through and heal from traumatic experiences in a safe and supportive environment. A holistic approach that integrates ancient yoga practices with modern psychology to support overall mental and physical health.
  • Have a question not listed in this FAQ?
    Reach out to Dani directly your question by sending an email to
  • How long is the course?
    This course is a 2.5 hour self paced time commitment.
  • But seriously, what's the time commitment?
    Like almost anything in life, you get out of this what you put into it. While the videos equal 2.5 hours, you may find your self journaling or reflecting more. There is a lot of content in the 2.5 hours.
  • What's included?
    This course includes everything listed above, PLUS lifetime access to all updates.
  • How long do I have to complete the course?
    You can navigate this course is 100% at your pace. There is no deadline to complete. If deadlines are you thing, just let me know. I'm happy to help you hold yourself accountable.
  • Is there a Let's Get Real About Imposter Syndrome Group?
    TL:DR - Not right now. I am developing the rules for the group right now! I want to make sure that this group is truly a group that that people will want to join and interact with. If you have any suggestions you would like to share for the group, I'd love to hear them! Email me at:
  • Why is your course only $29
    When I finally started to break free from Imposter Syndrome I wanted to show others how to begin to do the same. I also wanted to create something financially accessible and not a huge time commitment. Price is irrelevant, I know this course can change your life. ** I know that price is not irrelevant for everyone. If you believe this course is for you but can't squeeze another dime out of your budget let me gift this course to you. Email me at:
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