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This week I’m very excited to have Lisa Danylchuk, LMFT, E-RYT, back on the podcast. As you listen to this interview you’ll hear Lisa’s amazing energy. As she was talking, I felt like there was this soothing wave of positivity washing over me and I loved it! Lisa is an author, licensed psychotherapist, and founder of the Center for Yoga and Trauma Recovery. A graduate of UCLA and Harvard University, her work has pioneered the field of trauma-informed yoga and transformed our understanding of embodiment practices in therapeutic work. 

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More than 300 providers from 25+ countries have completed Lisa’s Yoga for Trauma (Y4T) Online Training Program, the first virtual program to train providers offering yoga for trauma recovery. She serves on the Board and as UN Committee Co-Chair for the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation, was elected to the role of Secretary in 2018 and was nominated President-Elect in 2020. She’s written for publications like Good Therapy and the American Psychological Association and was named one of the top 20 Inspirational Yoga Teachers To Follow in 2016. Honored as one Luluemon’s first US ambassadors, her blog has also been recognized as a Top 25 Yoga Blog.

In This Episode

Lisa Ferentz. Humor, Faith & Self-Compassion In The Time of COVID
Beth Sandlin. Trauma-Informed Pilates

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