112 – Applying IFS to Yoga Practice

Learning to Live from the Self
Amy Weintraub

This day of LifeForce Yoga practices will nourish your physical, emotional, and mental body, and prepare you to take full advantage of your Symposium experience. You’ll learn unique breathing, meditation, and movement practices, adapted for clinical settings, that will enhance your capacity for openness and authentic connection. You’ll also explore the integration of accessible yoga exercises with Internal Family Systems (IFS) as a way of working with your overstressed parts, freeing your Self-energy to lead you through the rest of the Symposium—and life. Discover how to:

  • Incorporate simple yoga skills like adapted breathing and meditations in clinical settings
  • Apply simple self-inquiry exercises based on the IFS model that enhance client insight and self-awareness
  • Develop a personal practice of accessible movement, breathing, and meditation for self-care
  • Use compassion-enhancing strategies from both the IFS and LifeForce Yoga models to deepen your sense of calm, purpose, and joyful reception


Note: APA and ASWB credit only.

Amy Weintraub, MFA, ERYT 500, author of Yoga Skills for Therapists and Yoga for Depression, leads LifeForce Yoga trainings for medical and yoga professionals worldwide.

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