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Friday, March 13 • 12:15pm - 1:45pm
Yoga Therapy for Emotional Processing and Stability FULL

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Yoga Therapy for Emotional Processing and Stability    Join Yoga Therapist Jayme Sweere for a guided practice of foundational elements of ‘The Evolutionary Namaskar’ as taught to her by Matthew Krepps. The developmental movement series upon which this practice is based on identifies areas of instability or rigidity in the human structure when combined with sensitive and honest breath connected movements and inquiry.     Determining which milestone brings instability is key for developing an efficient and effective posture practice that has the power to facilitate healing on the physical, mental, emotional, intuitional, and relational levels of the human system. This practice will end with breathing practices, restorative poses, and a guided relaxation practice to support reconciliation and integration.           

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Jayme Sweere

Yoga Therapist | Coach, StressedOutHumans.com & Movement Collective Studio
Jayme is a Yoga Therapist and business owner in Springfield MO where she operate a yoga therapy clinic and integrative workplace wellness organization. These organizations are a part of Jayme's efforts to practice Yoga in Action. She lived in residence at the Himalayan Institute for... Read More →

Friday March 13, 2020 12:15pm - 1:45pm MST
Performing Arts Room Sedona Performing Arts Center
  Guided Class/Session/Healing
  • Track Trauma Training
  • Notes to attendees: Bring a mat and meditation seat
  • what to expect 20% lecture 80% practice (combination of asana pranayama and meditation)