I was truly
good friends with my mother, and when she died of a stroke at 54 (I was 20), I was certainly not prepared for life without
her. For two-and-a-half years, I lived in a state of denial, completely disconnected from my feelings. When I finally was
able to be with the pain of grief, I discovered that my sternum (breastbone) had actually popped out. In essence, what my
mind could hide, my body showed with pristine clarity: I had a broken heart.
As life went on, I began working with Lyn Prashant, an outstanding
therapist and creator of the Degriefing Process, a comprehensive mind-body approach to grief therapy. She asked me to develop
a yoga practice to address the body-centered effects of grief, I could draw on own training as a somatic psychotherapist and
yoga teacher as well as my own personal experience to build a sadhana (spiritual practice) for Yoga for Grief Relief.
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