Psychological Integration Through Yoga
at the Omega Institute,
August 9-11, 2013, Rhinebeck, New York, CEU’s available
Learning to use your yoga practice to work with psychological issues and trauma stored in the body is a necessary skill if you want to optimize your psychological and spiritual transformation. Through a combination of depth somatic psychology, trauma research insights, light yoga asana, and Tantric-meditative techniques, you will learn: Why psychological work is relevant to yoga practice; somatic psychotherapy techniques that allow you to perceive and process trauma and emotion in the body; how to do “emotional adjustments: on yourself and students during practice; how to cultivate self-love and self-acceptance for all parts of yourself.
August 29 – September 2, Ratna Ling, Northern California (Cazadero)
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Well-grounded yoga and meditation practices and somatic psychology practices will be woven throughout the lessons to create space for growth and transformation. Our shared goal is to discover a treasure house of resources to help us shed our limitations, be at ease in our bodies, and to step into our deepest authenticity. Our dharma is drawn from Hindu and Buddhist Tantric practices, Theravadan Buddhist, and Somatic Psychology lineages, as well over 40 years of combined yoga practice and teaching, and our shared wisdom and vision. We will also have time to spend in nature, in each other’s company, rest, laugh and enjoy the fleeting sweetness of the last days of summer. Registration Opens Soon
Yoga & Psyche: Psychological Integration Through Yoga at The California Institute of Integral Studies
Oct. 12-13, registration will be open in Summer, 2013 at
California Institute of Integral Studies,
San Francisco, California
By learning to use our yoga practice to work with psychological issues and trauma stored in the body, not only can we optimize our practice, but also open to the deepest spiritual insights and mysticism of Yoga. Furthermore, therapists and other healing professionals learn to use the insights of yoga as well as practices, to deepen their work with clients.