Healing Trauma with Holistic Approaches
Trauma Yoga Therapy
When you book with me, I will help with strategies in overcoming trauma with a customized therapeutic yoga program that works for you. I can help with individual, family sessions.
At its heart, yoga therapy is about self-regulation.
I have trauma yoga therapy session for kids with sensory processing, autism spectrum, ADD/ADHD, development delays, and children with physical challenges.
Tools you will get:
Individual / Group
Love & Logic for Trauma
Love & Logic for Infants and Toddlers
Love & Logic for Special Needs
Nurturing Parenting for Recovery
Nurturing Parenting Skills
Parents and Adolescents-is designed to repair parent-teen relationships.
Its All About Being a Teen-is a dynamic interactive curriculum designed to increase positive self-worth, personal empowerment, self-discipline, empathy, healthy attachments, and resilient-protective behaviors.
Implementing Parenting Class
Yoga for Recovery
Yoga is a mindfulness activity that can help people deal with stressful situations, including those involving addiction and recovery. The practice uses physical and mental techniques to target the part of the brain affected by substance use disorders and to reduce drug cravings. It may be most effective when used alongside therapy.
Mindfulness skills for Addiction
Managing addiction requires learning to live every day in the moment, one minute at a time. This mindfulness session gives you the tools you need to ground yourself in the present and create a healthier mindset, so you’re less likely to fall back into addictive behaviors.
Providing a holistic overview, helps you adjust your response to life’s challenges with simple meditations and exercises that teach you how to live in the present. You’ll find ways to increase your self-awareness and better understand your triggers as you learn skills that help you foster honesty and compassion toward yourself. No matter what kind of dependency you’re facing, equip yourself for the challenges ahead.
Master mindfulness―Learn the basics with the seven pillars of mindfulness: the beginner’s mind, non-judgment, acceptance, patience, trust, non-striving, and letting go.
Open to all―Discover ways you can use mindfulness to successfully manage addictive behaviors, whether you are new to it or have practiced extensively.