Yoga Therapy for Eating Disorders
By learning how to breathe deeply, stay present, and open our minds to possibilities versus limitations, yoga can shine a bright light on our innate strengths and support us as we take baby steps to make new choices in our recovery. The results can be surprisingly empowering. I know because yoga has been the key to my recovery from anorexia. Based on my experiential knowledge and professional training as a yoga therapist, my goal is to teach you new tools that will help you get unstuck and moving forward.
What You Will Learn
how to breathe deeply and calm your mind
yoga poses to build mental and physical strength
grounding techniques to get you through hard meals and moments
yoga concepts that empower and offer new ways to think about your thoughts, actions, and body
how to get comfortable in your body
how to observe yourself instead of judge
how to be present instead of trapped in "ED Head"
the power of mantra and meditation
I get that it can feel scary to do or try yoga and be in your body. But I promise I will be there to guide you. No matter what you're thinking, feeling, or fearing, I've been there. I know your struggle because it's been my struggle. I am dedicated to creating a safe space for you to reconnect with your body in the most positive way possible so that you experience your body as a source of strength.