Yoga has been used for over 5,000 years. It is known to unify body, mind and spirit. It helps us to get to know ourselves better and it teaches us compassion and love towards others and ourselves. The focus is on self-examination and spiritual growth.
Today, yoga is often used to complement psychotherapy. Through different techniques, which have proven to be effective, depressive moods become elated, anxiety calmed and the nervous system balanced. Some of the yogic tools are pranayama (breathing techniques), asana (postures), mantras (sound), mudras (hand gestures), meditation, sankalpa (affirmation), bhavana (visualization) and Yoga Nidra (“deep relaxation with inner awareness”).
Elisabeth has taken several yoga trainings, which include the LifeForce Yoga® Practitioner and the 200 hour yoga teacher training. She also attended the Sudarshan Kriya Yoga and Art of Meditation workshops, which are offered by the Art of Living Foundation. She attended a workshop in Structural Yoga Therapy™ taught by Bonnie Pariser (AmarJyothi). She completed an eight-week online course in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, offered through www.palousemindfulness.com
Elisabeth has been teaching several workshops, see listing below. Most recently she has taught a "Yoga and Meditation" class and a workshop "Mindful Recovery" at a Recovery Community Center in Philadelphia. She is currently teaching wheelchair yoga at a senior center. She also teaches privately.
Elisabeth offers individual yoga instruction, workshops, and she will incorporate LifeForce Yoga techniques in yoga classes.
Some of the Workshops are:
- Yoga to Balance your Mood
- Yoga Breathing to Balance Your Mood
- Yoga and Food to Balance the Mood
- Yoga for Stress Management
- Mindful Recovery
Individual Session: $50.00/hour
Workshop and class fees vary
Elisabeth is seeking studio locations, wellness centers and mental health agencies, hospitals and group practices where she can bring the healing art of yoga.
If you are interested in learning more about Elisabeth’s yoga classes and individual sessions contact her: firstname.lastname@example.org or 267-456-4332.