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Tuesday, 13 October 2015

New - Simple Yoga Techniques as Clinical Interventions for Anxiety and Trauma

Science clearly shows that yoga is a powerful clinical tool that can heal depression and anxiety.  Sensible and compassionate, this practice empowers clients, enhances the professional relationships and heals client and clinician alike.

Join Mary NurrieStearns, clinical social worker, yoga expert and author, for this highly informational and experiential video (DVD).

You will learn the skills to use these powerful yoga techniques to improve client outcomes - and feel renewed as a clinician as well. Mary NurrieStearns teaches what she lives, credits these practices for profound personal healing and embodies the qualities of wholeness that spring from long term practice of yoga and meditation.  She has trained thousands of clinicians in the practices of yoga, meditation, mindfulness and self-acceptance.

‘Simple Yoga Techniques as Clinical Interventions for Anxiety and Trauma’ DVD comes with the Certificate for 2 CPD Hours.

Save £10 off the RRP today, pay only £29.95 + vat.
Offer valid until midday 14 October 2015.

We hope you will find this DVD useful and enjoyable!

Don’t forget! All registered customers receive a further 20% discount on all their orders in October.

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