44 minutes | Oct 30th 2019

Candace Glass – Mindfulness and Mental Health

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In this week’s Defeating Depression Podcast, I get the pleasure of sitting down with Candace Glass, the owner of Southtown Yoga and Southtown Healing + Arts in St. Louis, MO. In a very warm and candid conversation, we cover a wide array of topics from topics such as letting go of old beliefs, mindfulness and present-moment awareness, the power of connecting our body with our mind, just to name a few. Candace, E-RYT 500 with certifications in hatha yoga, children's yoga, yogahour, prenatal yoga and mindfulness. She also founded Elephant Power: Mindfulness and Yoga for Kids. Candace's teaching is informed by the knowledge, experience and wisdom that over 20 years of teacher experience. As a student, on her mat and off, Candace delves deeper into self-growth, with a strong emphasis on mindfulness and meditation as a practice. Yoga combined with mindfulness steered Candace to greater clarity, purpose and self-love. Candace remains a student first, which she believes is vitally important to being a strong teacher. She believes in joy, in practicing yoga with humility and effort, doing your best, and giving yourself some grace along the way. As often as possible, she can be found spending time in her garden, sipping chai and loving on her pup, Samson and cats, Luna and Soleil. Also for more podcast information, resources, and to listen to other episodes, please visit, DefeatingDepressionPodcast.com. You can subscribe to every episode and/or stay informed with all the latest updates by visiting: https://dallasamsden.mykajabi.com/subscribe Hosted by: Dallas Amsden Produced by: LineupMedia.fm *For those in crisis: if you or someone you know is considering suicide, please contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at: 1-800-273-8255 or https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org. * If you need someone to talk to, 7Cups connects you to caring listeners for free emotional support. 7Cups is the world’s largest mental health system with 340,000 volunteers offering free anonymous, on-demand support via chat messaging. * Or, if you are a loved one is suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder – PTSD – please contact the National Center for PTSD today at: https://www.ptsd.va.gov *These are not paid endorsements. Dallas Amsden, the Defeating Depression Podcast, nor LineupMedia.fm are compensated in exchange for providing these resources to you. The information provided in this podcast is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding depression, anxiety disorder, or any other mental health or medical condition. The post Candace Glass – Mindfulness and Mental Health appeared first on Defeating Depression.
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