Yoga Psychotherapy, Life Coach
"This is about Motherhood Redefined where you, as a woman, get to know who you are beyond all of it; beyond family, beyond career, beyond the to-do's of life. A true journey of growth, self discovery and love."
Here you will get the strategies and guidance you need to
I have been a spiritual seeker all of my life, searching for identity, for what was missing. I began my spiritual search at 19, exploring different faiths and studying teachers. In 2004 I discovered Shivinanda Yoga. I fell in love with Yoga and dove into its teachings.
I still had a long way to go in my own healing. After recovering from trauma and an eating disorder, in 2009 I began a masters in social work for psychotherapy at Simmons College, focusing my studies on spirituality. I continue to practice Yoga and decided to became a certified instructor so I could share its wisdom with others...yet , through it all, I continued to feel lost.
And then I became a mother.
For a year and a half I suffered with postpartum OCD and anxiety and a resurgence of bulimia until, after much of my life searching and seeking, I finally woke up. There are few words that can describe a Spiritual Awakening...after all of those years thinking I could find the answers in somewhere or someone else, I finally discovered complete fulfillment within myself.
Today I focus on my work on women and mothers who are also seekers. You may have so much in your life already, yet somehow feel like you're not enough, or as if what's around you is unfulfilling, there is no need to continue your path alone. Great joy and happiness are waiting for you.
Love all of you Mind, Body & Spirit"
Our work together focuses on:
empowerment, self-love, embracing the body, mind and spirit, creating joy and fulfillment, discovering your life's deeper meaning while fostering appreciation for family, career and all of life's abundance.
Sometimes in Yoga psychotherapy we use postures to include the body in our work. Mindful movement brings forward beliefs, emotions or experiences that have been held within the body. Once these issues come forward we can use therapy and other elements of Yoga to heal.
The postures chosen can be practiced during or between sessions. It's very individual which posture we might use and would always fit her Yoga experience, physical needs and comfort level.