Feelings of inferiority and disconnection are often brought on by circumstances and events that are out of your control. Perhaps these events are recent, or decades ago. Either way, your story can change.
Because of my own trauma history, I understand the frightening feeling of being unsafe in my own body. I believed trauma was my identity. It was not, and neither is it yours. Healing and harmony are possible. Helping others find restoration through a mind-body connection, and making that possible through yoga and body work is my passion.
Often times, due to physical, emotional, or spiritual trauma, we have vacated our bodies as a form of protection. This keeps us from meaningful connection with ourselves and others. The practice of yoga in a supportive, protected environment can help you learn how to respond to feelings and sensations as they arise. Together, we can re-engage with your strength.
Your feelings of pain, shame, or fear will be attended to gently, and with great care. You can find contentment and be fully present in a meaningful way. The practice of being firmly established in love is cultivated over time. Yoga is an invitation to discover your true self, and provides a pattern and path for staying present no matter the circumstances. It is a journey worthy of your time.
Whether we are on or off the mat, in individual or group therapy sessions, the sense of well-being stays with you throughout the day and throughout your life. I would be honored to walk with you.