Join me at my next EVENT!
Empowered singlehood yoga retreat:
August 22-25, 2019 at Sagrada Wellness in Santa Margarita, CA.
The Sanskrit definition of ‘Yoga’ is ‘union’ and ‘connection’ which sets the perfect tone for this intimate event, designed specifically for women who are seeking a deeper connection to their inner power and independence. Unlike your typical yoga retreat, this one is led by two Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists, Dezryelle Arcieri, LMFT, and Bree Jenkins, LMFT, who seek to explore the yoga of relationships through conscious movement and skilled processing.
Together, with their combined expertise as a certified yoga teacher, and dating coach, they will examine various forms of relationships women maintain, teach healthy boundary skills, guide attendees through thought provoking and dynamic exercises to deepen their connection to self, to build confidence and gain real life skills that affect relationships.
Each day will include yoga and meditation, therapeutic interventions and workshops, including experiential exercises, such as writing assignments, role playing, and goal setting, as well as free time to enjoy the beautiful grounds (i.e. hiking, swimming, napping, lounging).
Some topics you can expect to be covered during the event:
Present Moment Awareness
Honoring Personal Values
Freedom for Space and Personal Development
Communicating Truth and Authenticity
Cultural Conditioning in Relationships
Sagrada Wellness is a picturesque 45 acre mountain paradise in San Luis Obispo wine country. Guests stay in our charming ranch, lakeside, hike on private trails on the ranch and marvel in the abundant natural wildlife.
Accommodations with comfy linens and towels.
Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.
Use of saltwater pool and hot tub.
Plenty of free time on the majestic grounds for hiking, journaling, meditation, and self reflection.
Pics from Sagrada Wellness
Embodied Freedom: A therapeutic yoga Approach to manage stress and anxiety
November 3, 2018 at Bala Yoga in Seattle
If you have taken a yoga class after a stressful or challenging day, you probably noticed a change in mood states, a settling of thoughts, and maybe even deep relaxation. This is profoundly helpful, but so many of us are lost as to how this process works and how to apply it in our daily lives.
There is a wealth of research demonstrating how effective yoga can be in managing stress, anxiety, and other mood disorders, especially when used in conjunction with clinical treatment, such as psychotherapy.
In this workshop, we will explore how yoga, mindfulness, and intentional breathwork can modulate the stress response and cultivate positive mental states. In addition, you will be guided through experiential exercises to deepen your understanding of stress and anxiety and the role it plays in your life, while at the same time engaging in practical tools to manage anxiety outside of the yoga studio.
This workshop is open to anyone, and no previous yoga instruction is required.
Half Day Silent Retreat:
Mindful Compassion and Self Reflection
August 12, 2017
Whether you have been practicing for many years or are just beginning your journey with yoga and meditation, I invite you to join me as I lead you through a practice of compassion and self-refection, cultivating peace and ease, attuning to the mind/body relationship, developing clarity of emotions, and learning how to apply these techniques to your everyday life. The half-day retreat will be held in silence to support strengthening of inner peace.
Yoga + heart
June 3, 2017
Intention setting workshop to reconnect with resolutions, values, purpose, and goals as we move, breathe, feel and journal together as a community. Actives include yoga, meditation, and creative journaling.
Yoga 4 aviva
November 12, 2016
LA’s largest community yoga event, benefiting Aviva Family and Children’s Services and making a difference in the lives of children and families in Los Angeles!
ICAN Training CONFERENCE
October 26, 2016
Providing education and engaging a discussion on childhood trauma, mental health in probation and juvenile hall, psychoeducation and trauma-informed yoga, and secondary trauma.