Trauma is that thing that keeps us stuck, repeating the same old patterns and feeling limited.
The good news is, it doesn't have to be that way.
In my experience 3 things are really important when healing from past trauma and learning how to become more resilient in the future.
3. Integrative Approach (body, mind and spirit)
I currently have two ways to do direct trauma integration work with me:
PS The examples given are just a snapshot, there are too many to mention.
In my journey as a yoga teacher one of the things I've always identified as a huge part of my role is teaching people how to relax.
That may sound funny because I know a lot of people think that they've got that figured out. You know how to put your feet up and take it easy.
But let me tell you, if you have never experienced the serenity of a Restorative Yoga practice you have no idea the goodness that is possible.
The Restorative Yoga folks have optimized relaxation to a whole other therapeutic and yummy level.
It's the last few days to sign up for Restful Night, my 6 week VIRTUAL Restorative Yoga series.
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