How Is This Different Than Other Types of Yoga Therapy? This type of yoga therapy combines assisted movements and simple dialogue to explore the relationships between your body, thoughts, feelings and your life.
What Are The Benefits?
*Develop a balanced relationship to stress
*Emotional stability/Mental Clarity
*Find and hear your inner voice of wisdom
*Improved physical well-being
*Release beliefs,habits and patterns that no longer serve you *Personal empowerment: A capacity to live life more fully
"There are many ways to tap into the healing powers of the mind-body connection. Certified yoga practitioner Deborah Schmidt is a warm, caring, gifted clinician who uses her advanced skills to collaborate with clients with the goal of creating new opportunities to help them change. Whether as a stand alone treatment, or as an adjunct to other forms of therapy, heart works yoga therapy is both a gentle and powerful intervention that many individuals may find beneficial. Therapists who refer clients for this type of yoga therapy may discover that it serves as a catalyst to help their clients become more aware of emotional issues to work on in regular treatment." John G. Rubel, PsyD, ABPP Diplomate in Clinical Psychology American Board of Professional Psychology