It’s all about Balance.

In life and on the yoga mat, Balance is a constant practice.  Balance in mood, emotion, physical body, and life in general…  it’s a challenge!  Finding time in a hectic schedule to cater to all areas of life can feel impossible.  But I promise you it’s worth the extra effort.  In yoga class, we learn that our drishti (eye) gaze is key to finding stillness in a pose.  Same goes for off the mat and in the World.  What we focus on, either steadies us or rocks our foundation.  Pay attention to which is happening and know either way we have an opportunity to grow, to root down and grow.  When I feel unsteady in a pose or in life, I try to remember to lift my heart and feel myself connected to all that is.  By feeling more connected, I’m able to align with what I need to feel more Balanced.  Just don’t expect this feeling to last forever… like everything, balance comes and goes.  Each time we are able to steady ourselves, the process gets a little more familiar.  Each time we fall, we rise stronger and more capable of finding connectivity in life.

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Wellness With Kashi

I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) and Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT 200). I am passionate about bringing support and guidance to individuals looking for deeper sense of purpose, meaning, and peace. I specialize in Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART), an evidence-based process using bilateral eye movements to dissolve painful attachments to imagery stored in both conscious and subconscious mind. I also offer Yoga, Meditation, and Talk Therapy as coping strategies for relief. My approach is integrative, because I believe we benefit best when we are able to create harmony between mind, body, and spirit.

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