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RX Yoga for Psychological Stability & Healing – Afternoon Series
May 14 @ 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm$108
Six Week Series – Afternoons
Tuesdays 12:30 – 2:00 pm on May 14, 21, 28; June 4, 11, 18.
If you experience feelings of anxiety, depression, impulsivity, cravings or traumatic response, this prescriptive 6-week series is for you. We are a small and supportive group, joining together to explore how to connect with, embrace and ultimately heal all parts of ourselves, even those parts that we may label as harmful or undesirable. Through meditation, movement, mantra and music, we will create a psychological momentum to boost your energies toward stability and mastery. Yes. Believe it. And this prescription can fully supplement your program of traditional medicine or work as a primary holistic intervention for psychological health. Welcome!
Debra Marks, Psy.D is a licensed clinical psychologist, yoga instructor and adjunct faculty at Virginia Western Community College. She has been practicing psychology with individuals, families and groups for more than 25 years in Colorado, Oregon, and Virginia. Debra is the owner of Dharmatherapies, an outpatient clinical psychotherapy and yoga practice in Roanoke, Virginia. She completed her 200-hour yoga teacher training in 2014 at Uttara Studio under Jill Loftis (Kriya yoga) and Katie Silcox (Sri-Vidya Tantra / Ayurveda); she has since trained in restorative, contemplative and devotional yoga. Debra walks a path of Bhakti yoga, the practice of love and devotion to the divine that is particularly expressed through vibrations and music. She describes herself as an “acoustic historian,” forever curious about the personal narration of music and song that we use to create and define ourselves across the year.