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Therapeutic Yoga For Brain Health


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Description

This gentle group yoga class focuses on breathing for reduction in anxiety, postures that promote improved circulation and reduced inflammation. This class also includes psychoeducational discussion focused on tools for improved mood regulation, resilience, stress reduction and strengthening our identity post brain injury.

*Please note you must be able to move up and down from the floor for this class. If not, please ask about private therapeutic yoga sessions.

An initial in-person intake is required to confirm this is the right class for you.

Location

THE YOGA COLLECTIVE, 135 West 29th Street, 6th Floor, Rm #603 New York, NY 10001

Dates

Wednesday afternoons at 1pm

Cost

$55 per session

Group Therapist

Ruschelle Khanna is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and founder of the group practice Ruschelle Khanna and Associates in Downtown and Midtown Manhattan. With over twenty years of clinical experience, Ruschelle works with busy executives, entrepreneurs and creative individuals to live their best lives. She is passionate about helping clients from all backgrounds work towards mental and physical wellness.

Ruschelle's sessions are interactive, creative, and goal-oriented. She utilizes a combination of skill-based and experiential therapies, including hypnotherapy, dance yoga and Emotional Freedom Techniques (tapping), to help clients manage overwhelming emotions and reconnect to their inner mind and body.

Ruschelle's commitment to providing Lyme-literate therapy offers unique insight into the challenge of navigating a complex medical system and illness, as well as the toll it can take on relationships, daily functioning, and sense of self. She is dedicated to helping clients regain balance and connection, and reinvest in the life they want to lead.

Compassionate and insightful, Ruschelle strives to create an individualized treatment plan for each client. In addition to her downtown office, Ruschelle also offers the convenience of remote video sessions. She graduated from Columbia University with a Master's in Social Work.