Dana Moore, MAR, MA, LPCC, is a therapist who uses elements of contemplative spirituality supported by neuroscience to treat psychological trauma. He is a founding member of the yoga program at the Trauma Center in Boston, and a regular faculty member at the International Trauma Conference. His approach to healing is informed by graduate studies in theology at Yale University and psychology at Boston College, along with training in Kripalu Yoga, Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, and auricular acupuncture. Dana trains mental-health professionals and yoga teachers in the United States and abroad.
The Cutting Edge of Trauma Treatment: Healing Through the Body
The muscles elongate. The heart opens. The breath deepens. A yoga practice can help us feel more vibrant, agile, and connected.
Kripalu Perspectives: Trauma, Yoga, and the Road to Recovery with Dana Moore
Psychotherapist and Kripalu Yoga teacher Dana Moore discusses the neuroscience behind trauma and how mindfulness practices and body-centered modalites, such as yoga, are playing a powerful role in trauma recovery.
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