"Let the beauty we love be what we do." - Rumi
The practice of yoga explores many layers of the physical, spiritual and emotional bodies. Unaddressed tension and stress can lead to illness, disease, anxiety, depression, chronic fatigue, and spiritual disconnect.
Yoga Therapy is a personal journey targeting specific areas of injury, illness, and disharmony in the body, mind and spirit.
Stacey has been teaching yoga and yoga therapy since 2001. She is a Certified Yoga Therapist with the International Association of Yoga Therapists. Her many years of experience in this role enable her to offer a unique, personalized approach in guiding students through the healing process. Stacey's clients range from senior adults to children, as well as hospice patients, and those with special needs. She has partnered with Arkansas Families First to work with children suffering with generalized anxiety, a disorder she has experienced firsthand. With her extensive knowledge of the chakra system and subtle body, her work allows for the release of long-held shadow debris.
We are often unable to identify what is causing a sense of discomfort. We know something is not quite right but cannot identify a cause. Yoga therapy allows us to investigate, uncover, discover and discard.