Understanding that much of our suffering comes from within us, the power to heal also comes from within. We have the ability to no longer be held hostage by our thoughts and emotions, and we can cultivate this ability to create awareness, promote healing, and build resilience through the integration of somatic experience (movement), mindful meditation, and the movement of energy via the breath. By becoming active participants in our healing process, we feel more in control of our emotions and our lives.
Suzanne’s new memoir: An Imperfect Pilgrim: Trauma and Healing on This Side of the Rainbow (Balboa Press, 2017). Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and www.balboapress.com. Commentaries by Richard Miller, PhD, founder of Integrative Restoration Institute, and Robin Carnes, co-founder of Warriors at Ease.
The following book review is reprinted by permission from Yoga Therapy Today, a publication of the International Association of Yoga Therapists (www.iayt.org):