Today we are continuing our discussion on the Placebo Effect. In the first half we talked about what the Placebo Effect is, why it is so important, and how it applies to the work we do. In this episode we dive into the many ways that placebo effects relate to lifestyle, movement, and yoga.
In this episode, you’ll learn how your mindset affects your relationship to exercise, why meditation is the groundwork for what yoga teachers do, why our language matters and why exercise you enjoy is so important.
“Your mindset you have about stress, food, and exercise can also create expectations and those placebo effects.” – Katja Bartsch
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“If we do have stress, how do we cope with that and how does that lead into a certain expectation that we have about a certain situation?” – Katja Bartsch
- How does stress & mindset influence the immune system [2:00]
- Is yoga a cure all? [4:00]
- How does your support system affect healing [5:25]
- How does marketing affect your relationship with exercise & food [8:20]
- Importance of exercise you enjoy [16:18]
- Belief in self & influences capacity [23:08]
- How our expectations shape us & the Rosenthal Effect [26:50]
- How expectations influence our teaching [28:50]
- Limitations of the Placebo Effect [32:00]
- Harnessing the power of the mind & our intention [35:02]
- Watch this episode on YouTube
- The Intention Experiment: Using Your Thoughts to Change Your Life and the World by Lynne McTaggart
- Placebo Effect References
- Yoga Medicine Online Guest Teacher
- Connect with Katja Barsch:
“How can I feed myself to feel good instead of depriving myself?” – Tiffany Cruikshank