Hope as a physical sensation in your body and……. as an anchor for your soul.
Everyone needs hope.
Yet, I wonder – at times does hope feel distant, unattainable or even impossible.
I’ve prepared for you …. For your nervous system both a somatic ( body-based) practice and a spiritual practice , to calm and soothe your whole Being into parasympathetic state of therapeutic relaxation … where RELIEF is found and felt.
And by feeling some relief, perhaps you might also feel some hope?
This is what I invite you to experience at my Special Topic Monthly Workshop and Session- “ Hope ~ An Anchor for the Soul”
Karen has personal experience with post-trauma stress, loss, and grief. Karen also has personal experiences with Healing and Hope. Through this journey, she discovered her passion to help others heal from trauma. She is a 10-year, two-time breast cancer and trauma survivor. Karen was introduced to yoga while recovering from breast cancer surgeries and treatments as well as a broken pelvis from a car accident. She credits much of her healing – in body, mind, and spirit – to the somatic, mindful, and spiritual practice of Christ-centered yoga.