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Sunday, March 12 • 8:00am - 9:30am
Love & Service - Full Body Prayer

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Limited Capacity seats available

A yogic lifestyle (via love & service) is a full-body prayer. This trauma-informed healing session integrates the ancient eastern wisdom traditions of yoga and ayurveda with western tools for recovery to enhance the participant's understanding of yoga as therapy for recovery. This session offers a trauma-sensitive framework weaving specific practices (asana, pranayama, mindfulness, etc.) designed to reduce stress, anxiety, depression, and other co-occurring symptoms. We will explore a comprehensive approach to emotional sobriety by embodying concepts including surrender, letting go, acceptance, growth, awakening, gratitude, and selfless service as an inquiry into the physical, energetic, mental and emotional body. Come discover the interaction between body, breath, mind, intellect, and emotions - moving towards integrated health and well-being.

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Katherine McHugh

Executive Director, Cape Cod Center For Well-Being, LLC

Sunday March 12, 2017 8:00am - 9:30am MST
The Lawn at The Collective Sedona 7000 State Route 179, Sedona, AZ 86351
  Guided Class / Session / Healing, Yoga Therapy
  • CEUs CEU, FITNESS, LADCI, LMHC, Yoga Alliance
  • Tracks Trauma Training Track
  • Style Yoga Therapy
  • Takeaway Certain of the practices are easily replicable. I will bring handouts. This is an introduction to a 100 hour yoga as therapy for recovery training and a yoga for recovery workshop we offer.
  • Special Instructions to Particip Bring whatever you need, and regularly use for your practice, you might want to bring a journal