Yoga For Addictions, Trauma And Purpose


April 27, 2019
10:30 AM until 06:00 PM


Saturday, April 27, 10:30am–6:00pm
and Sunday, April 28, 10:30am–5:30pm

Dig at the roots of habits to weed out addictive habits and discover a deeper purpose in your life.
with Erin Byron, MA, E-RYT500, C-IAYT, YACEP, Licensed Mental Health Professional

Experience yoga practices and philosophy, evidence-informed interventions, and creative explorations. Understand how yoga effects the neurobiology and psychology of addictive habits. Learn to apply yoga practices and philosophy to help yourself and others in a quest for freedom.

  • Practice evidence-informed yoga tools
  • Create unique and personalized yoga programs & sequences
  • Identify and appraise addictive habits
  • Illustrate the purpose of addictions and yoga’s multi-layered perspective on personal purpose
  • Translate ancient wisdom to address the patterns of addiction
  • Explain and limit the problems addiction can bring to the student-teacher relationship
  • Relate addictive habits to past traumas a purposeful future

Open to yoga teachers & practitioners, mental health professionals & trauma survivors. 
(Yoga Alliance CEU’s available)

Meet Your Teacher: Erin Byron, MA, ERYT-500 and YACEP, is a Registered Psychotherapist who has co/authored 5 books in the field of mental and physical health. She is a founder of one of the first internationally-accreditted yoga therapist trainings. She brings playfulness and creativity to her presentations, making tough topics engaging, inspiring, and easy to understand.


$295 early bird if paid by March 22nd ($325 after)


View map YogaLife Institute of NH
6 Chestnut Street
Lower Level
Exeter, NH

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YogaLife Institute of NH



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Alice Bentley

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