Life isn’t always sunshine and rainbows, but rather a journey with ups and downs, highs and lows, ugly truths, and beautiful potentials. The truth is, suffering is something known to all humans, and sometimes when the world gets particularly hectic, heavy, overwhelming, or unmanageable, we can be left feeling alone, hopeless, and powerless to make the changes needed to get ourself back on top again.
When stress, anxiety, panic attacks, trauma, depression, dissociation, or grief occur, our vitality and health suffer, as do our relationships and options in life. Through the most up-to-date science on trauma, the nervous system, Polyvagal Theory, mindfulness, self-compassion, and emotional regulation, our trauma informed classes and courses will offer you a clinically proven, fully holistic, approach to mental and emotional healing and empowerment that will help you turn life’s most difficult moments into valuable learning opportunities that lead to personal growth and understanding.
Sometimes when we’re feeling mentally or emotionally unsettled, a break and some rest may be all we need to get us back on track. However, when our experiences are overwhelming, unwitnessed, and unsupported, we risk getting stuck in chronic activations of the fight and flight, or freeze and disconnect responses within our nervous system. Our mental health may begin to suffer, and with it, our physical and emotional health too. Yoga therapy can help us to repattern our nervous system, create stronger connections between brain and body, and helps us to release traumatic memories from within the fascial matrix in which we store them. As we learn to become more grounded, connected to our breath, and able to offer our nervous system what it needs to reestablish a sense of safety and connection, we can overcome even the most difficult of life’s struggles and become stronger for it!
Support is critical in this process, and the wisdom of a trained therapist can make all the difference in cultivating a smooth and steady transformation. Allow us to provide a shoulder to lean on, a compassionate eye through which to witness, a calm nervous system to co-regulate with, and a caring heart which is open and able to help. We’re here to support you every step of the way!