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We are excited to bring to you a synthesis of Yoga & Psychology in our latest Workshop Series 

SUNDAY December 12, 2021

The Spirituality of

Non-Violent Communication

9am - 1:15pm

Graceville Bowls Club, 16 Wylie St, Graceville Ave

Join us in exploring spirituality from a psychological perspective; an approach which sees connection as central to mental-emotional wellbeing.​ 

Connecting deeply with another, we experience transcendence, a state beyond our personal limitations or neuroses.

Non-Violent Communication is the central practice of The Yoga & Psychology Community. Otherwise known as Compassionate Communication, this simple 4-step process enables emotional regulation, mutual understanding and more satisfying relationships.

Dr Rachel Hannam is the principal psychologist and owner of a busy practice with multiple locations.  Alexis Dennehy draws from post-graduate research in Public Health and over 15 years consulting in contemplative practices. They draw from over 10years each in clinical practice treating anxiety and depression, grief and loss, shame and trauma including social anxiety, substance abuse, eating disorders and post-traumatic stress disorder using practices shown to

reduce emotional hyper-reactivity and increase prosocial behaviour.

Book your place here

*Professional Development hours for registered health professionals.

Invoices issued on request.

SUNDAY January 16, 2022

Mini-Retreat

Replenish & Resolve

9am - 12:15pm

Graceville Bowls Club, 16 Wylie St, Graceville Ave

Join us for a restorative half-day retreat of yin yoga (bodily release), restorative postures (physiological relaxation using deeply comforting positions) and yoga nidra (guided relatxation; literally 'yogic sleep').

 

This 3-hour workshop is accessible to all levels of yoga experience and abilities. All postures and practices can be modified to suit you as an individual.

Your facilitator, Marina James, is a registered yoga instructor with post graudate training with Yoga Australia and qualifications in psychology.

Book your Mini-Retreat here

 

THE EXPERIENCE

Join us for a morning of rest and rejuvenation river-side at Amber Tree Yoga Hall.

Learn a 4-step process for breaking the cycle of self-criticism 

Practice self-regulation to reduce anxiety, stress and loneliness

Our presenters Dr Rachel Hannam of North Brisbane Psychologists and

Alexis Dennehy of One Natural Therapies will guide you in evidence-based practices

for mental wellness.

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RESERVE YOUR PLACE

We have limited spaces for this unique experience.

 

Meet Your Facilitators

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Rachel Hannam

Rachel runs a busy psychology practice with multiple locations across Brisbane and still makes time for her own clients. Rachel holds a doctorate in Psychology and draws heavily upon acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT), positive psychology, schema therapy, emotion-focussed couples therapy (EFCT), The Gottman Method, neuro-psychotherapy, and nonviolent communication (NVC).
 
Rachel draws from over 10 years of organisational psychology and mediation in facilitating Compassion-Focused Communication. You can catch her podcast "Help me! I'm a Comedian".  Rachel is also a wicked 80's dancer and we expect to be seeing much more of her stage performance in the future. 
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ALEXIS DENNEHY

One Natural Therapies

As a general practitioner of naturopathy, Alexis specialised in stress reduction and nervous conditions. Drawing from over 15 years of private practice as a naturopath and yoga therapist in Brisbane's CBD, she's taught mindfulness to individuals and organisations, mostly in the legal and finance sector.  Alexis holds a Master of Public Health, and maintains a special interest in the application of sensory and breath-based practices for recovery from trauma. 

Workshop Location
Amber Tree Yoga