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#31 of 32 Old 12-03-2010, 09:02 PM
 
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Anyone have any suggestions on how to bring forth repressed emotions or memories and work through them with yoga.  There are some things I need to rid myself of.  Some of them I'm aware of, but there are particular things that I am only suspect of, and am experiencing the emotions or residue from events that are either repressed or coming from an odd place in my subconscious.  OK... I probably sound a little hokey... but I think yoga can help.  Kundalini is my best bet.  Anyone do the Ana Brett Transformation DVD?  Would those kriyas be helpful?  Any other asanas, pranayama helpful in this regard?

 

Doesn't sound hokey to me. :)

 

Our bodies have been with us our whole lives, they store all of our experiences. Yoga can really stir up our awareness of what's happening in great depth, detail and vibrancy. 

 

 

Depending on where you are geographically, I would recommend looking into Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy. There are practitioners all over the world and their yoga therapy classes on the rise as well.

 

If money is an issue, I would still contact them and see if they can work with you. I received my 200hr teacher training with them and currently training to be a certified practitioner. I have clients that pay, some that barter, and some that come for free. Check out their website for more info or to look for someone in your area.   http://www.pryt.com or I'd be glad to chat more about it.

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