Modern living has normalized brain fog, mental fatigue, insomnia, stress, anxiety, and burnout. This does not need to be your reality.
Are you ready to learn how to…
… remove or attenuate: mental fatigue, insomnia, stress, anxiety, burnout?
…. create your own and unique Yoga and healthy lifestyle routine through Yoga & modern neuroscience?
… unlock your mind and body’s untapped potential so you can worry less and live more?
This combination of Eastern philosophies with Western science is suitable for any type of practitioner, from beginner to advanced. Each session is unique and is designed for you to reach your personal goals with specific tools related to neurobiology, Yoga, pranayamas, Ayurveda and meditation.
your Psychotherapeutic Yoga teacher
Hi, my name is Lydie and I am a Psychotherapeutic Yoga coach & Instructor. Certified in Ashtanga Yoga, Tantra Yoga, and Yin Yoga, I graduated in Psychotherapeutic Yoga in 2021 from The Lifeologie International School for Psychotherapeutic Yoga. I am passionate about helping people to improve their physical and mental health as well as their energy level. My session specializes in traditional yoga and neurobiology science including in the sessions meditations practices, breathwork and Ayurveda.
As a psychotherapeutic yoga therapist working with people from different cultures and backgrounds, I’ve noticed how modern ways of living alienate us from our essential self-losing connection with our body; The benefits of yoga go beyond just physical health. Every session is designed to support YOUR own journey according to YOUR needs and personal goals. I am committed to take you on a journey of healing and conscious lifestyle.
Psychotherapeutic Yoga is a brain-body approach, merging Eastern yoga & philosophy with Western science, that works on regulating your nervous system, positively affecting your physical, mental, and emotional well-being. Through consistent practice, we can remove or attenuate: mental fatigue, insomnia, stress, anxiety, burnout, and unresolved trauma.
Given the shift in focus toward well-being, it is not surprising that the use of complementary health approaches such as Yoga, Meditation and Ayurveda has increased in the past several years among medical treatments. Yoga is among the most prominent complementary health approaches.
If you feel the need to move beyond the talk therapy and towards understanding the brain-body connection to support your well-being and mental health, then this type of yoga is for you.
YOGA POSES (ASANAS) & BREATHING TECHNIQUES (PRANAYAMAS)
AYURVEDA SCIENCE AND DAILY HABITS
MEDITATION AND MINDFULNESS & MANTRA
✨ Learn to experience your body in a way you never thought possible as you become more connected to yourself and the world around you.
✨Learn to regulate your energy level and nervous system through different yoga poses and sequences.
✨ Feel centered, open, and at ease as you learn and practice yoga poses that build confidence and flexibility in your body and mind.
✨ You will feel energized with tools at hand to handle stress, anxiety, and other emotions.
You don’t know where to start? Contact me for a free 30 minutes’ online consultation.
Frequently Asked Questions
What will you gain from your session?
When our nervous system is dysregulated, our sympathetic or parasympathetic nervous system is on constant alert. To find peace and harmony in our body and mind, we have to add movement and routine to our healing process. I am committed to taking my clients on a journey of healing and a conscious lifestyle.
How are conducted the sessions?
1 online session is 60 minutes through Zoom or Google Meet.
How do I schedule my appointment?
Upon purchasing coaching, you'll receive further instructions on how to book a time for your appointment.
Can I purchase coaching more than once?
Absolutely! If you find yourself in need of coaching more than once, simply purchase the coaching again.
Is Lydie qualified to diagnose mental illness?
No, Lydie gives psychotherapeutic yoga classes but does NOT qualify to diagnose or treat mental illness, nor practice as a licensed mental health professional. If you are in any doubt about your ability to practice Yoga, depending on your health conditions, please seek the approval of your doctor.