Soulful Yoga Therapy Workshops & Retreats
Nourish Your Goodness
Women's Fall Retreat
September 22nd- 24th, 2017
Registration open - Grab your spot early.
Join Kate and Wendy Cook in beautiful Vermont for a weekend of deeply nourishing practice. We'll tend to ourselves as people who are givers - giving our time and energy in service to our families, our work life, our communities and in the world. Through gentle and invigorating asana, meditation, quiet reflection, and time outside in the crisp air of the Autumnal Equinox we'll hold space for reaffirming our compassionate intentions. We will spend our days hiking, relaxing and enjoying delicious farm to table meals.
email@example.com to reserve your spot.
Yoga to Sooth the Nervous System
March 18th from 9am-11am
Psychology Specialists of Maine
Take some time out amidst this busy and hectic life to pierce the chatter of the mind, ease tension in the body, and find an integrated-balanced sense of being. You will soothe the nervous system with restorative postures. Use slow breath centric movement to burn off excess tension and cultivate a sense of groundedness in the present. To close practice, you will be guided through an extended yoga nidra practice to offer a deep sense of inner relaxation and tap into new sources of energy.
Chair Yoga for Emotional Health & Healing
Bring the power of yoga to your clinical practice
April 29th from 10am-4pm
International Institute of Practice Spirit
6 Bigelow Street
"In order to change, people need to become aware of their sensations and the way that their bodies interact with the world around them." - Bessel van der Kolk
Our bodies holds a physical memory of our experiences. This program is designed to help clinicians learn chair yoga techniques to assist clients in developing a greater awareness and understanding of their physical, energetic, emotional and mind body. Clinicians will develop and refine the skills necessary to use yoga therapy in a professional setting with individuals experiencing anxiety, depression and trauma.
- understand how depression, anxiety and trauma influence the physical, energetic, mental and emotional body
- discover the relationship between the body, breath, mind and emotions to promote health and well-being
- learn the principals for yoga as therapy in a clinical setting- learn chair based yoga practice for anxiety, depression and trauma.
Continuing Education Credits for LMHC and SW
Application for LMHC and Social Work continuing education credits has been submitted. Email for status of certification.