Healing Beyond the Body Through Yoga
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- Name and describe the five levels of human being in the Panchakosha model.
- Name and describe the five components of the Kleshas as a foundation of the emotional aspects of healing.
- Explain how trauma-informed practices support deep healing.
- Paraphrase the importance of self-efficacy toward healing.
- Recognize that yoga therapy is both art and science.
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Sandy Eimers, ERYT500, C-IAYT
Sandy is a pharmacist and owner of balance yoga lounge and principal instructor at balanced breath school of yoga. In addition to leading group yoga classes, she is an instructor for private yoga and yoga therapy sessions. She is certified in somatic movement, trauma yoga, and is a registered yoga therapist through the IAYT. She is also a senior faculty member at Sundara Yoga Therapy (Austin, TX); facilitating trauma-informed training's held throughout North America.
Ms. Eimers has no financial conflicts with commercial interest companies to disclose relevant to the content of this educational activity.
- 1.00 CE Contact Hour(s)