Nov 14, 2016
Therapist and yoga teacher Lauren Ezell Minear shares why
embodiment is so important to healing from trauma, how feminism and
yoga helped her recover from an eating disorder, how she's learned
to listen to her bodies cues for movement and rest, and lots more.
Plus, Christy shares an aspect of her story publicly for the first
Lauren Ezell Minear is a psychotherapist and yoga instructor with a private practice in New York City. She specializes in the treatment of eating and body image problems from a feminist relational perspective grounded in mindfulness-based interventions. Lauren also offers integrative body image workshops and yoga therapy for anxiety, depression, exercise compulsion, and traumatic stress. She is the creator of InBodied Yoga, a body positive method of movement as self-care.
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