Do you feel anxious, depressed, trapped in your thoughts, disconnected from your body and daily life? Do you wonder why things feel so out of balance? Do you long for a stronger, more satisfying spiritual connection?
You are not alone! Many people struggle with these feelings. They feel stuck facing the same issues over and over, no matter how hard they try to tackle them. But once you learn tools to develop and nurture a body/mind connection and stay in the present moment, the cyclical chaos will dissolve into a peaceful softening. By utilizing a unique combination of techniques from East and West including yogic philosophy, yoga breathing techniques and somatic experiencing, Healing Trauma from the Inside Out can help you break the cycle of frustration and move forward with joy and serenity!
Pamela Tinkham is a therapist and healing facilitator, working with body-centered approaches. She is an outpatient therapist for the Anxiety Institute, a leading practice in the treatment of OCD and other anxiety related disorders. In her private practice she has developed her own unique model of yoga psychotherapy and has a track record of helping people heal themselves in a relatively short amount of time. Eager to help others on a larger scale, she has brought her four decades of experience and research to Healing Trauma from the Inside Out.
In this easy-to-follow book, which includes beautiful black and white illustrations by Sarah Szabo, you will learn:
- How to cope with challenging situations with ease and grace
- How to act and not react to difficult people and situations
- How to accept your body as an instrument to heal the mind and spirit
- How to understand the healing philosophy of yoga
- How to love and accept yourself despite your flaws
- How to translate the coping skills in the book into lifelong healing
Imagine living a life of passion, peace, abundance and freedom. It is all possible when you start with Healing Trauma from the Inside Out.