Kathy Shafer

Freud Gets off the Couch and Onto the Mat – Part 1


Categorie(s): Health and Wellness,

When: Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Time: 12:00 to 1:00 pm PST

Freud knew what he was doing when he asked his patients to lie back and recline. Obtaining a calm focused mind and fit body takes practice and discipline over time. People in recovery from addictions can find healthy sober alternatives (abstinence) anxiety provoking and spiritually challenging. Yoga as the recovery room provides the space on the mat to discover automatic mind-body responses and learn calming ways to respond to the waves of sensations.

You’ll learn:

    1) To listen and understand the mind-body responses for addictions;
    2) How yoga practices can relieve cravings and rebuild neural pathways in the brain;
    3) To understand how to integrate practices for specific diseases and recovery.
Speaker Bio: Kathryn Shafer has been in private practice as a professor, author, and international consultant for mental health and addiction for over 25 years. In 2000, she created the FUN Program integrating the transformational therapies of imagery, dreams, and yoga in Read full bio »