Yoga Therapy Today - Summer 2018
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The practice of yoga enables us to see ourselves and the world around us with greater clarity. This issue’s feature article makes a strong case for yoga therapists to develop their knowledge of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) to help clients perceive their own patterns more clearly. We hope you’ll enjoy the rest of the magazine, too, which includes member reports on our annual homecoming, the Symposium on Yoga Therapy and Research. So much more than just another conference, SYTAR and the Meeting of Schools always offer rich opportunities for envisioning yoga therapy in new ways. And we’ve got additional ways to see the whole picture our clients present with a fresh look at ayurvedic assessment tools, timely consideration of how we might be inadvertently shaming others, and suggestions for deeply engaging with the nervous system’s signals.

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