Healing-Centered Yoga is an embodied approach to: releasing trauma; transforming habitual patterns of mind and body which prevent us from living fully; and developing balance, strength, concentration, vitality, and other capacities for robust, happy living.
It explores traditional embodied movement, posture, and breath practices with novel insights. It is grounded in the intention to heal by developing the art of compassionate openness; to move out of suffering and into our blissful potential, individually and collectively.
Healing-Centered Yoga combines the wisdom of a wide array of traditions and disciplines, including: Classical Yoga; Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga; Iyengar Yoga; Hatha Yoga; Qi Gong; Somatics; Energy Medicine; myofascial structural integration & dynamics; biophysics; epigenetics; philosophy; and much more.
It is, at its core, an interpretation of the teachings of Mary Taylor & Richard Freeman, with key insights from Maty Ezraty, Nancy Gilgoff, Ting Kuo-Piao, Judith Aston, Peter Levine, and novel insights from Alex's own transdisciplinary voyage.
Find out more about Healing-Centered Yoga teachers Alex & Coco.