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Lunch & Learn: Yoga for Journalists, why you should mentally bend so you don't break
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 Export to Your Calendar 10/28/2020
When: 2 pm ET/11 am PT
Where: Webinar
United States
Contact: RTDNA


Online registration is available until: 10/28/2020
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Going full-steam ahead since March? Exhausted and going through the motions? 

First, take a deep breath, notice your feet in your shoes, and relax your shoulders and slowly count to 10.

Did it work? Come learn more about mindfulness and why yoga for journalists can help you bend so you don't break. 

In 30 minutes we'll:  

  • Discuss our profession as stress-riders and how that contributes to the exhaustion you may be feeling
  • What are subtle signs to look for that may indicate stress, burnout or some form of trauma? 
  • Neuroscience- What’s happening in the nervous system? How does yoga breathing help? 
  • Learn how yoga can help re-regulate the nervous system.
  • Learn a yoga breathing technique you can use anytime, anywhere to help de-stress.
  • After our Lunch and Learn, you'll get a Special meditation video emailed to you along with a special coupon code for The News Yogi's inaugural course: "Yoga for Journalists: Managing News Stress and reconnecting to the Storyteller within"

Trainer Bio

Leslie Rangel

Leslie Rangel works as a TV News Anchor in Austin, Texas, but she's a self-described storyteller. She’s been in news since 2012 with stops in Southeast Texas, Oklahoma City, Waco and back to Austin. Leslie is also a yoga educator and has more than 500 hours in yoga training, specializing in trauma-informed yoga and yoga for journalists. Her yoga work has been featured in the Investigative Reporters and Editors Quarterly Journal focusing on Journalists' Mental Health. She's currently studying 300 hours in yoga psychology. You can find her @thenewsyogi on social media.

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