In depth exploration of yoga poses to integrate new ways of being in a mindful way.

Emphasis on Polyvagal theory and integration on your journey of self discovery.

Polyvagal Theory describes the autonomic nervous system as having three subdivisions that relate to social behavior and connection. Polyvagal Theory is hierarchical, meaning that all three of these subdivisions follow a natural order depending on the neuroception of safety or danger in the situation.
Polyvagal theory in psychotherapy offers co-regulation as an interactive process that engages the social nervous systems of both therapist and client. Social engagement provides experiences of mutuality and reciprocity in which we are open to receiving another person, as they are.