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003    OCoLC 
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008    180127s2018    enk     ob    001 0 eng d 
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019    1020602594 
020    9781784504335|q(electronic book) 
020    1784504335|q(electronic book) 
035    (OCoLC)1020635505|z(OCoLC)1020602594 
040    EBLCP|beng|epn|cEBLCP|dYDX|dMMI|dMERUC|dNLE|dN$T|dOCLCF
049    GTKE 
050  4 RC521 
082 04 616.8/31062 
100 1  Plahay, Tania. 
245 10 Yoga for Dementia :|ba Guide for People with Dementia, 
       Their Families and Caregivers. 
264  1 London :|bJessica Kingsley Publishers,|c2018. 
300    1 online resource (266 pages) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
500    Karma yoga meditation. 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  Intro; Yoga for Dementia: A Guide for People with Dementia,
       Their Families and Caregivers by Tania Plahay; Foreword by
       Professor Martin Green; Disclaimer; Acknowledgements; 
       Introduction; How I came to yoga; How I became involved in
       dementia care; Who the book is aimed at; How to use the 
       book; 1. What is Yoga?; The origins of yoga; The arrival 
       of yoga in the west; The benefits of yoga; Yoga in this 
       book; Conclusion; 2. Types of Yoga; Traditional styles of 
       yoga; Modern yoga styles; Yoga therapy; Conclusion; 3. 
       Yoga Philosophy and Principles; Eight limbs of yoga; 
       Truthfulness exercise. 
505 8  Contentment exerciseA simple 5-minute breathing exercise; 
       Pratyahara exercise; Dharana exercise; Koshas, the energy 
       sheaths of the body; Tamas, raja and sattva, balancing the
       elements; The nadis or energy channels; Conclusion; 4. 
       Yoga Basics and Simple Everyday Poses; Simple Breathing 
       Exercises; Three-part breath; Ujjayi breath; Mudras and 
       Balancing exercises; Gyan mudra; Dhyani mudra; Tree pose, 
       vriksasana; Natural Easy Stretches; Pushing away the 
       clouds; Natural morning stretches; Cat and cow; 
       Restorative poses; Legs up the wall, viparita karani. 
505 8  Reclined bound angle pose, supta baddha konasana, with 
       self-recharge hand positionCorpse pose, shavasana; 
       Conclusion; 5. Why Yoga Is Beneficial for Older People; 
       How we age physically, and what happens to our body; 
       Social ageing; Yogic perspectives on ageing; Key ways in 
       which yoga works; Yoga and older people; Conclusion; 6. 
       What Is Dementia and How Can Yoga Help?; Types of 
       dementia; A diagnosis of dementia; Stages of dementia; 
       Risk factors for dementia; Reducing the risk; Benefits of 
       yoga for dementia; Meditation; Caring for the carers; 
       MettÄ#x81;, developing loving-kindness. 
505 8  Physical constraintsConclusion; 7. Running Yoga Sessions 
       for People Living with Dementia; Basics for teaching or 
       learning yoga; Motivations for teaching or learning; 
       Caring for the carer; Before you begin; Leading or doing 
       meditation and guided relaxation practices; Principles and
       practices; Conclusion; 8. Sequences for All; Journey of 
       awareness; Dhyana, focused concentration; Pranayama, or 
       breath awareness in the spine; Sequence 1: Rise and 
       shine!; Sequence 2: Feeling good from top to toe!; 
505 8  9. Challenging and Stimulating Sequences for Those with 
       Early Diagnosis or Mild Cognitive ImpairmentSinging 
       practice, kirtan kriya; Sun salutation, surya namaskar; 
       Tadasana or mountain Pose; Interrupted breath, viloma 
       pranayama; Conclusion; 10. Exercises for Anger Management;
       Anger meditation; Wood chopping, kashtha takshanasana; 
       Twists; Backbends; Cobra pose; Childâ#x80;#x99;s pose, 
       balasana; Lionâ#x80;#x99;s breath, simhasana; Cooling 
       breath, sheetali pranayama; Ganesh mudra, helping to 
       overcome obstacles; Conclusion; 11. Easy Joint Release 
       Series for Everyone, Adapted to a Chair; Karma Yoga. 
520    With yoga sequences, breathing exercises and meditations, 
       this book shows care home staff and family carers how to 
       use yoga to help people with dementia reduce the negative 
       effects of their symptoms. The programme can be used with 
       both individuals and groups, and can adapted for a range 
       of abilities. 
588 0  Print version record. 
650  0 Yoga. 
650  0 Dementia|xPatients|xRehabilitation. 
650  2 Dementia|xtherapy. 
650  2 Dementia|xrehabilitation. 
650  2 Yoga. 
650  7 HEALTH & FITNESS|xDiseases|xGeneral.|2bisacsh 
650  7 MEDICAL|xClinical Medicine.|2bisacsh 
650  7 MEDICAL|xDiseases.|2bisacsh 
650  7 MEDICAL|xEvidence-Based Medicine.|2bisacsh 
650  7 MEDICAL|xInternal Medicine.|2bisacsh 
650  7 Yoga.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01182871 
700 1  Green, Martin. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aPlahay, Tania.|tYoga for Dementia : A 
       Guide for People with Dementia, Their Families and 
       Caregivers.|dLondon : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, ©2018
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