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Webinar Series Launch!

November 16, 2017 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Coming to a Screen Near You! We are pleased to announce a free webinar series on LifeForce Yoga!

Every two months, LifeForce Yoga Director Rose Kress will feature a new guest in a free one-hour webinar open to the public. These webinars discuss LifeForce Yoga tools, techniques, and their application in different settings.

Register today to reserve your spot, space is limited! Once registered, the recording will be available to watch for one week. After that, the webinar will be available for purchase and download in our store.

The Series kicks off on November 16!
Session 1: LifeForce Yoga & Emotional Regulation in a Trauma Setting
with Alyce Wellons and Rose Kress. Emotional regulation is the ability to respond to experiences and stimuli with a range of emotion that is socially tolerable and flexible. Emotional dysregulation is characterized by difficulty in managing emotions and behavior. In this webinar, Rose Kress and Alyce Wellons discuss LifeForce Yoga tools that support emotional regulation in relation to working with those suffering from trauma.

Questions may be emailed to info@yogafordepression.com, up to 12 hours prior to the start of the webinar. There will be a Q&A period at the end of the webinar.

Future Webinar Topics

  • Sound & Mantra
  • LifeForce Yoga & Ayurveda
  • Deep listening. Can I hear me now?

Alyce Wellons, LCSW, LFYP

Alyce is a licensed clinical social worker since 1999 in the State of Georgia and has maintained a private psychotherapy, supervision and consultation practice for over 18 years in the Virginia Highlands area of Atlanta, Georgia. She works with individuals and couples in short and long-term psychotherapy.

She is a LifeForce Yoga practitioner, leads trainings for professionals and individuals, teaching them to use body-based healing modalities for wellness and healing in their work and life.  www.alycewellons.com.

Rose Kress, ERYT-500, C-IAYT, YACEP

Director @LifeForce Yoga Healing Institute, Rose Kress, is yoga teacher and yoga therapist, practicing in Tucson, AZ for over 12 years. As the owner of LifeForce Yoga, she directs international trainings on using accessible yoga tools to manage anxiety, depression, and trauma.

Rose brings an attitude of lightheartedness into her work with individuals and in trainings. She considers herself a lifelong student, always open to learning more.

 

Details

Date:
November 16, 2017
Time:
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Website:
https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_HbCvaBq5Q2m7b0SapdQSaQ

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“Words do not do justice to all that I learned. This workshop changed my life!” — Jen Nolan, Teacher, Cortland, NY
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“I have found the pranayama (breathing practices) especially easy to introduce in a clinical setting. Some people have benefited quickly in unexpected and transformative ways.” — Liz Brenner, LICSW, LFYP, Watertown, MA
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“I integrate strategies like mantra tones and pranayama, but above all I invite myself and those I teach to cultivate svadhyaya, to practice self-observation without judgment.” — Barbara Sherman, RYT 200, LFYP, Tucson, AZ
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