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Somatic Yoga with Danica Lynch

Sunday, February 25th, 9:00am-10:15am

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Saturday, March 2nd, 9:00am-10:15am

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Saturday, March 9th, 9:00am-10:15am

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Each class begins with meditation and proceeds with purposeful movement and poses.  This class is designed to offer self-discovery and self-awareness through yoga

 

Somatics is defined as relating to the body. It is natural to live day-by-day in the mindset of constant thoughts never really recognizing how-to live-in your body awareness.
Somatics engages the nervous system in an active learning process that consists of very slow, focused, conscious movements. The movement techniques used in Somatics teach the nervous system how to release chronic muscle tension and stand and move in natural, efficient ways so that you aren’t putting yourself in pain or doing damage to your body.

Yoga was traditionally taught to help one relieve suffering, to find clarity so we may change the patterning of the psyche & find our way back to the authentic self. The yoga sutras have been a wonderful road map in teaching and together you will learn the traditional basic teaching of the sutras and how they connect with today’s modern teachings of the mind & body.

Your guide, Danica Lynch, is a certified practitioner from the Somatic Experiencing Trauma Institute. She’s also an E-RYT Yoga Instructor with training in Somatic Yoga from the Novato Institute/Thomas Hanna method & Somatic Center. Join us to embrace the profound unity of “Brain, Mind & Body.”

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Embodying Wellness with Danica Lynch

Saturday, February 24th, 9:30am-1:30pm

 

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Throughout life, most people will have experienced overwhelming events which may leave the mind and body feeling dysregulated or “stuck”.  Why is that?  How do you heal?

In this workshop, we will take time for a peaceful practice and exploration of self-discovery and self-awareness that will give you a unique experience of practices to self-regulate your nervous system, embodied movement and Somatic Experiencing® healing techniques.

This experience is an opportunity to enjoy a practice intended to regulate your nervous system by cultivating basic orienting and grounding techniques. Together, we will explore through discussion, practice and demonstration the importance of the body, heart and mind in wellness, as well as the ways they work together.

We will explore:

  • Guided meditation
  • Open discussion about chronic stress/anxiety, pain, and trauma held within the body
  • Embodied practices using direct experience such as; somatic movement, touch work and the conscious awareness of your nervous system to connect and learn self-regulating techniques.

Somatics is defined as relating to the body. It is natural to live day by day in the mindset of constant thoughts never really recognizing how-to live-in body awareness.

Somatics engages the nervous system in an active learning process that consists of very slow, focused, conscious movements. The movement techniques used in Somatics teach the nervous system how to release chronic muscle tension and stand and move in natural, efficient ways so that you aren’t putting yourself in pain or doing damage to your body.

Somatic Experiencing is a holistic approach of working with the stuck traumas that have taken residency within our bodies.  SE resets the nervous system, restores inner balance, enhances resilience to stress, and increases people’s vitality, equanimity, and capacity to actively engage in life.

Danica Lynch, a practitioner of the Somatic Experiencing Trauma institute, certified E-RYT Yoga Instructor and trained in Somatic Yoga at the Novato Institute/Thomas Hanna method & Somatic Center, brings you a wonderful blend of yoga & science.  You will learn how to work with the full connection of your body ” Brain, Mind & Body.”