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 Yoga & Mindfulness to relieve you from 

Anxiety, Depression, Trauma & Stress

 

 

 

About Cindy

Cindy Beers creates a place for people of all ages and body types to practice yoga and meditation in a safe, inviting, and authentic environment. Students experience a class which is tailored to the students’ ability, sprinkled with compassion and a touch of laughter that leaves them feeling content and at peace. Cindy’s teachings are informed from her extensive training and life experiences. She spent 18 years in the US Armed Forces and therefore has a special understanding for teaching yoga to veterans, teens, and adults living with anxiety and trauma. Cindy’s work with anxiety culminated in her recently published books “Mindful Yoga for Teen Anxiety” and “Mindful Yoga for Adult Anxiety.”  Cindy is currently working on her third book, “Mindful Yoga for Depression” and developed the professional development training of “Mindful Yoga for Anxiety, Depression, PTSD, and Stress.”

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Testimonial

I felt like I took a psychology class.  It linked up terms I have heard in passing with digestible definitions I could understand.  The writing was clear, grounded, succinct (the way I like it) and easy to navigate.  I like how (the workbook) you could really use it as a reference tool, looking up what you need without digging through thick paragraphs.  It really functions as a great tool.

-Trish M

 
Disclaimer

Mindful Yoga for Anxiety, Depression, PTSD, and Stress is created and intended for educational purpose in mindfulness, human potential, and consciousness. Cynthia Beers is a 500-hour yoga teacher with training in anxiety, depression, and PTSD and is not a licensed therapist, counselor or social worker.

Cynthia Beers believe self-knowledge is a human right and offering information to users regarding their own biological processes can form the foundation of a more positive, empowered, and wellness-oriented life. This is a good thing. It helps align with the intent of the program to make the world a better place.