An interview with psychologist, yoga teacher and author, bo Forbes, about how restorative yoga and breathing exercises can restore balance to the nervous system. Coming to yoga from a solid background in clinical psychology, and work as a talk therapist, bo describes the way that moving away from verbal processing and into the sensations, habits and postures of the body can accelerate growth and change. Bo describes how some people may be anxious in their minds (racing, worried thoughts) and depressed in their body (lethargy, feelings of heaviness and lack of pleasure, appetite or motivation), or vice versa. Pharmacological approaches may be difficult with such a mixed picture. bo offers restorative yoga as a means to bring the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems into balance. She describes how slow, mindful movement can bring us into our bodies, and how the practice of new habits can literally begin to rewire our brains over time.