Judith Herman’s “Trauma and Recovery” is a go-to book for understanding chronic or complex trauma. Her book focuses on the repeated traumas that some people go through including war, captivity, and childhood trauma to name a few. Written in the 90s, her work still stands as powerful information in understanding how these types of traumaContinue reading “Katie’s Bookshelf: Trauma and Recovery by Judith Herman”
“A Symphony in the Brain” by Jim Robbins provides a history and background of Neurofeedback training. He begins with more primitive research and experiments on the brain, to the first training sessions with cats and seizures, to how it looks today. Robbins explains what Neurofeedback(sometimes referred to as Biofeedback) addresses in our brains, conditions itContinue reading “Katie’s Bookshelf: A Symphony in the Brain by Jim Robbins”
Savasana, the ending resting pose in most yoga classes, can conjure up all sorts of feelings. I would go as far to say that you either love it or hate it. How can one pose create such an emotional reaction? I would guess that those who hate it are challenged by the stillness and struggleContinue reading “Simplify Your Practice”
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