It wouldn’t be the Symposium without the chance to engage your body and spirit. And several Networker Friends are providing unique opportunities, between your workshops, to connect your body and mind.
“Yoga to Meet Depression” with Amy Weintraub
“Yoga to Meet Anxiety” with Amy Weintraub
“Yoga Nidra for Mood” with Amy Weintraub
Amy Weintraub, MFA, C-IAYT, is the founder of the LifeForce Yoga® Healing Institute, an acclaimed yoga therapist, and a pioneer in the field of yoga and mental health. Author of the best-selling Yoga for Depression and Yoga Skills for Therapists, she teaches and guides thousands of practitioners and therapists around the world. She thrives in Tucson, Arizona, where she mountain bikes, dances, writes, and creates.
In 1999 Amy wrote The Natural Prozac, Yoga Journal’s first article addressing yoga and mental health. Her latest offering, Yoga for Your Mood Deck: 52 Ways to Shift Depression and Anxiety, will be released by Sounds True in the spring of 2021.
Find more about Amy and her workshops, books, and practices at amyweintraub.com.
Join Jody Wager and other dance and movement therapists for your chance to move your body, wherever you are, in ways that allow for grounding, energizing, expressing, releasing, calming, and interaction.
Jody Wager, MS, BC-DMT, is a dance therapist with 40 years of experience with clients of all ages and abilities. She’s the director of the expressive therapy department at Dominion Hospital, and the past president of the American Dance Therapy Association.
Caroline Welch, cofounder of the Mindsight Institute and author of The Gift of Presence: A Mindfulness Guide for Women, will be offering a meditation session to help you cultivate presence and calm as part of your Symposium experience.
Caroline Welch, MA, JD, is the cofounder with Dr. Dan Siegel of the Mindsight Institute in Santa Monica, California. Formerly a corporate litigator and mediator, her first book is The Gift of Presence: A Mindfulness Guide for Women.
Note: these engaging practices and sessions are offered for your enjoyment during Symposium and do not include CE credit.