Yoga Bibliografia e Sitografia

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  • Adair M, Murphy B, Yarlagadda S, Deng J, Dietrich MS & Ridner SH. (2018).  Feasibility and Preliminary Efficacy of Tailored Yoga in Survivors of Head and Neck Cancer: A Pilot Study. Integrative Cancer Therapies. Jan 1.
  • Agarwal, R.PMaroko-Afek. (2018). A Yoga into Cancer Care: A Review of the Evidence-based Research. International Journal of Yoga. 11(1):3-29.
  • Alan Yeung, Hosen Kiat, A Robert, Denniss, Birinder S Cheema, Alan Bensoussan, Bianca Machliss, Ben Colagiuri & Dennis Chang. (2014). Randomised controlled trial of a 12 week yoga intervention on negative affective states, cardiovascular and cognitive fun ction in post-cardiac rehabilitation patients. BMC. Oct 24.
  • Amita S, Prabhakar S, Manoj I, et al. (2009). Effect of yoga-nidra on blood glucose level in diabetic patients. Indian J Physiol Pharmacol.  53(1):97-101.
  • Balasubramaniam M, Telles S, Doraiswamy PM (2013) Yoga on our minds: a systematic review of yoga for neuropsychiatric disorders.  Front Psychiatry. 3: 117.
  • Benavides S, Caballero J. (2009). Ashtanga yoga for children and adolescents for weight management and psychological well being: an uncontrolled open pilot study. Complement Ther Clin Pract15(2):110-4.
  • Berger DL, Silver EJ, Stein RE. (2009). Effects of yoga on inner-city children’s well-being: a pilot study. Altern Ther Health Med. 15(5):36-42.
  • Birdee GS, Legedza AT, Saper RB, et al. (2008). Characteristics of yoga users: results of a national survey. J Gen Intern Med.  23(10):1653-8.
  • Birdee GS, Yeh GY, Wayne PM, et al. (2009).Clinical applications of yoga for the pediatric population: a systematic review. Acad Pediatr. 9(4):212-220.
  • Boccio, F.J. (2004). Mindfulness Yoga. Wisdom Edition.
  • Braconnier A.  (2017). Il segreto dei bambini ottimisti. Feltrinelli.
  • Brown RP, Gerbarg PL, Muench F. (2013). Breathing practices for treatment of psychiatric and stress-related medical conditions. Psychiatr Clin North Am. 36:121-140.
  • Carei TR, Fyfe-Johnson AL, Breuner CC, Brown MA. (2010).  Randomized controlled clinical trial of yoga in the treatment of eating disorders. J Adolesc Health.  46 (4):346-51.
  • Carlson, L.E. (2017). Distress Management Through Mind-Body Therapies in Oncology. Journal of the National Cancer Institute. 1(52).
  • Cheung C, Wyman JF, Bronas U, McCarthy T, Rudser K, Mathiason MA. (2017).  Managing knee osteoarthritis with yoga or aerobic/strengthening exercise programs in older adults: a pilot randomized controlled trial. Rheumatology International. 37(3):389-398.
  • Cheung C, Wyman JF, Resnick B, Savik K. (2014). Yoga for managing knee osteoarthritis in older women: a pilot randomized controlled trial. BMC . 18;14:160.
  • Clarke TC, Black LI, Stussman BJ, Barnes PM, Nahin RL (2015).  Trends in the use of complementary health approaches among adults: United States, 2002-2012. National Health State Report : 1-16.
  • Cope, S. (2007). The Wisdom of Yoga: A Seeker’s Guide to Extraordinary Living. Bantam Books Trade Paperback Editions.
  • De Michelis, E. (2005). A History of Modern Yoga. Patanjali and Western Esotericism. Bloomsbury Publishing
  • Derry HMJaremka LMBennett JMPeng JAndridge RShapiro CMalarkey WBEmery CFLayman RMrozek EGlaser RKiecolt-Glaser JK. (2015). Yoga and self-reported cognitive problems in breast cancer survivors: a randomized controlled trial. Psycho-oncology. 24(8):958-66.
  • Emerson, D., Hopper, E. (2011). Overcoming Trauma through Yoga: Reclaming Your Body, North Atlantic Books.
  • Emerson, D. (2015). Trauma-Sensitive Yoga in Therapy: Bringing the body into treatment, Norton & Company.
  • Falk, M. (1986). Il mito psicologico nell’India antica. Adelphi
  • Feuerstein, G. (2009). Filosofia Yoga. Marsilio
  • Feuerstein, G. (2003). The Deeper Dimension of Yoga: Theory and Practise, Shambala Editions
  • Field T. (2016). Yoga Research Review. Complement Ther Clin Pract. Epub 2016 Jun 16
  • Franklin RAButler MPBentley JA. (2018). The physical postures of yoga practices may protect against depressive symptoms, even as life stressors increase: a moderation analysis. Psychol Health Med.  8:1-10.
  • Galantino ML, Galbavy R, Quinn L. (2008). Therapeutic effects of yoga for children: a systematic review of the literature. Pediatr Phys Ther.  20(1):66-80.
  • Gallegos AMCrean HFPigeon WRHeffner KL. (2017). Meditation and yoga for posttraumatic stress disorder: A meta-analytic review of randomized controlled trials. Clin Psychol Rev.  58:115-124.
  • Gard T, Noggle JJ, Park CL, et al. (2014). Potential self-regulatory mechanisms of yoga for psychological health. Front Hum Neurosci. 8:1-20.
  • Gothe NPKramer AFMcAuley E. (2017). Hatha Yoga Practice Improves Attention and Processing Speed in Older Adults: Results from an 8-Week Randomized Control Trial. Journal of alternative and complementary medicine. 23(1):35-40.
  • Gwiaździński P, Fedyk O, Krawczyk M, Szymański M. (2017). Practicing Hatha-Yoga, Sense of Coherence and Sense of Agency. Neurophenomenological Approach. Psychiatria Danubina. 29(Suppl 3):530-535.
  • Halder KChatterjee APal RTomer OSSaha M. (2015). Age related differences of selected Hatha yoga practices on anthropometric characteristics, muscular strength and flexibility of healthy individuals. International journal of Yoga. 8(1):37-46.
  • Hall AOfei-Tenkorang NAMachan JTGordon CM. (2016). Use of yoga in outpatient eating disorder treatment: a pilot study. Journal of eating disorders.  9;4:38.
  • Hulin, M. (1996). I sistemi filosofici dell’India, vol.1. Treccani Editore
  • Iyengar, B.K.S. (1989). L’albero dello yoga. Ubaldini
  • Iyengar, B.K.S. (2010). Commento agli Yoga Sutra di Patanjali. Edizioni Mediterranee.
  • Jensen PS, Kenny DT. (2004)The effects of yoga on the attention and behavior of boys with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Journal of attention disorders.
  • Jorge, M.PSantaella, D.FPontes, I.MShiramizu, V.KNascimento, E.BCabral, A., Lemos, T.MSilva, R.HRibeiro, A.M. (2016). Hatha Yoga practice decreases menopause symptoms and improves quality of life: A randomized controlled trial. Complementary Therapies in Medicine. 26:128-35.
  • Kabat-Zinn, J. (2005). Coming to Our Senses: Healing Ourselves and the World Through Mindfulness. Hyperion Edition.
  • Kabat-Zinn, J. (2013). Full Catastrophe Living: Using the Wisdom of Your Body and Mind to Face Stress, Pain, and Illness.  Bantam Books Trade Paperback Edition
  • Kahraman TOzdogar ATYigit PHosgel IMehdiyev ZErtekin OOzakbas S. (2018) Feasibility of a 6-Month Yoga Program to Improve the Physical and Psychosocial Status of Persons with Multiple Sclerosis and their Family Members. Explore (NY). 14(1):36-43.
  • Kaley-Isley LC, Peterson J, Fischer C, Peterson E(2010). Yoga as a Complementary Therapy for Children and Adolescents, A Guide for Clinicians. Psychiatry (Edgmont). 7(8):20-32.
  • Kiecolt-Glaser JK, Bennett JM, Andridge R, Peng J, Shapiro CL, Malarkey WB, Emery CF, Layman R, Mrozek EE & Glaser R. (2014). Yoga’s impact on inflammation, mood, and fatigue in breast cancer survivors: a randomized controlled trial. Journal of clinical oncology. 32(10):1040-9.
  • Kim S & Ju S. (2017). Elderly-customized hatha yoga effects on the vascular inflammation factors of elderly women. Journal of phycal therapy science. 29(10):1708-1711.
  • Kinser PA, Bourguignon C, Whaley D, Hauenstein E & Taylor AG. (2013). Feasibility, acceptability, and effects of gentle Hatha yoga for women with major depression: findings from a randomized controlled mixed-methods study. Archives of psychiatric nursing. 27(3):137-47.
  • Koelman, G. (1970). Patanjala Yoga. Orient Book Distribution.
  • Laird, K.TPaholpak, P., Roman, M., Rahi, B. & Lavretsky, H. (2018). Mind-Body Therapies for Late-Life Mental and Cognitive Health. Current Psychiatry Reports. 25;20(1):2.
  • Levine, P.A. (1997). Waking the tiger. Healing Trauma. North Atlantic books.
  • Nagendra, H.R. (2018). Cancer: Prevention and Rehabilitation through Yoga. International Journal of Yoga. 11(1): 1–2.
  • Malamoud, C. (1994). Cuocere il mondo. Adelphi.
  • McCall M. (2018) Yoga intervention may improve health-related quality of life (HRQL), fatigue, depression, anxietyand sleep in patients with breast cancer. Evid Based Nurs. 21(1):9.
  • McCall, T. (2007).Yoga as Medicine: The Yogic Prescription for Health and Healing, Bantam
  • Medina J, Hopkins L, Powers M, Baird SO, Smits J. (2015). The Effects of a Hatha Yoga Intervention on Facets of Distress Tolerance. Cognitive Behaviour therapy. 44(4):288-300.
  • Mitchell KS, Mazzeo SE, Rausch SM, Cooke KL. (2007).Innovative interventions for disordered eating: evaluating dissonance-based and yoga interventions. Int J Eat Disord.  40(2):120-8.
  • Mitchell KSDick AMDiMartino DMSmith BNNiles BKoenen KCStreet A. (2014). A pilot study of a randomized controlled trial of yoga as an intervention for PTSD symptoms in women.  J Trauma Stress. 27(2):121-8.
  • OMS (World Health Organization) (2014). Global status report on violence prevention.
  • Oron, GAllnutt, E., Lackman, T., Sokal-Arnon, T., Holzer, H. & Takefman, J. (2015). A prospective study using Hatha Yoga for stress reduction among women waiting for IVF treatment. Reproductive Biomedicine online. 30(5):542-8.
  • Pan, YYang, KWang, YZhang, LLiang, H. (2017). Could yoga practice improve treatment-related side effects and quality of life for women with breast cancer? A systematic review and meta-analysis. Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Oncology. 13(2):79-95.
  • Pascoe, M.C., Thompson, D.R.Ski, C.F. (2017). Yoga, mindfulness-based stress reduction and stress-related physiological measures: A meta-analysis. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 86:152-168.
  • Patanjali (2015). Yoga Sutra. Einaudi.
  • Sahay BK. Role of yoga in diabetes. 2007
  • Santorelli, S. (2015), Guarisci te stesso. Raffaello Cortina Editore.
  • Scime M, Cook-Cottone C.  (2008). Primary prevention of eating disorders: q constructivist integration of mind and body strategies. Int Journal Eat Disord. 41(2):134-42.
  • Singleton, M. (2010). Yoga Body. The Origins of Modern Posture Practice. Oxford University Press.
  • Sprod, L.K., Fernandez, I.D., Janelsins, M.C., Peppone, L.J., Atkins, J.N.,  Giguere, J., Block, R. & Mustian, K.M. (2015). Effects of yoga on cancer-related fatigue and global side-effect burden in older cancer survivors. Journal of geriatric oncology. 6(1):8-14.
  • Sri Aurobindo (1948). The Synthesis of Yoga. Lotus Press
  • Taso, C.J., Lin, H.SLin, W.L., Chen, S.M., Huang, W.T. & Chen, S.W. (2014). The effect of yoga exercise on improving depression, anxiety, and fatigue in women with breast cancer: a randomized controlled trial. The journal of nursing research. 22(3):155-64.
  • Taspinar BAslan UBAgbuga B & Taspinar F. (2014). A comparison of the effects of hatha yoga and resistance exercise on mental health and well-being in sedentary adults: a pilot study. Complement Ther Med.  22 (3):433-40.
  • Uebelacker LATremont GGillette LTEpstein-Lubow GStrong DRAbrantes AMTyrka ARTran TGaudiano BAMiller IW. (2017). Adjunctive yoga v. health education for persistent major depression: a randomized controlled trial. Psychological medicine. 47(12):2130-2142.
  • van der Kolk, B.A. (2014), The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma, Penguin Random House Company.
  • van der Kolk, B.A. et al., (2014). Yoga as an Adjunctive Treatment for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. 75(0)
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