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Yoga and Mindfulness
Submission Deadline: June 30, 2021 (Open) Submit Now
Viann N. Nguyen-Feng, PhD, MPH, RYT
Department of Psychology, University of Minnesota, Duluth
Director, Mind-Body Trauma Care Lab
About this Topic
Yoga and mindfulness have been held in Hindu and Buddhist traditions for thousands of years. In an overarching sense, these practices were non-allopathic medicine approaches to mental, physical, and spiritual wellbeing. As much as modern-day commoditized yoga and mindfulness “movements” have strayed from this foundation, yoga and mindfulness have also increasingly been recognized in healthcare arenas outside of its traditional beginnings. That is, yoga and mindfulness as integrative or complementary treatments are rising within counseling/clinical psychology, trauma care, rehabilitation, rheumatology, and more.
This special issue aims to highlight yoga and mindfulness as evidence-based integrative and complementary medicine. The global expansion of yoga and mindfulness have led to both similarities and differences across the world in our understanding of their treatment potential; and thus, we invite authors from all geographic regions.
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