The Sensory-Enhanced Yoga Institute is proud to announce our new book: “Sensory-Enhanced Yoga® for Self-Regulation & Trauma Healing“, authored and edited by Lynn Stoller, M.S., OTR/L, C-IAYT and five outstanding expert chapter contributors: Dr./Col. Pat Lillis, Amanda Napior, Dr. Alison Rhodes, Dr. Danielle Rousseau, and Gretchen Ki Steidle! The book is published by Handspring Publishing and is available for sale.
TESTIMONIALS FROM KEY OPINION LEADERS:
“This is certainly going to be the classic text on trauma and yoga!”- Stephen Cope, Scholar-in-Residence and former Director of the Kripalu Institute for Extraordinary Living
“Lynn Stoller’s book is the most comprehensive guide available on the application of Yoga Therapy for PTSD and is an essential text for every Yoga therapist.”- Joseph Le Page, Founder of the Integrative Yoga Therapy program
“Congratulations on your excellent book! I love that you bring in the sensory integration piece. We so need this in the field of psychotraumatology! Thank you for your contribution to the field! – Ruth Lanius, MD, PhD, Professor of Psychiatry & Director of the PTSD Research Unit at the University of Western Ontario
Description from Handspring Publishing’s website:
- Decrease hypervigilance and overreaction to sensory input (e.g.visual, crowds, touch, noise, movement).
- Improve quality of sleep and energy level to support wellness and enhance daily productivity.
- Decrease intrusive thoughts by learning to become present through breath and body awareness.
- Enhance one’s sense of self-worth and personal empowerment.