will then apply the Yoga poses to the same problems and demonstrate how Yoga therapy can enhance the healing process set in motion through the neuromuscular therapy work.This is both_a practical and theoretical workshop and will include handouts.Karin Stephan has_been a teacher of Yoga and the macrobiotic way of life since 1970 , is a certified Iyengar Yoga teacher , healer , writer and entrepreneur
has studied with B.K.S. Iyengar , as_well_as his
daughter , Geeta , both in Europe and at his Institute in India
developed a private practice in 1985 and has specialized in problems involving alignment and asymmetries in the body.She
also began giving workshops with Randy Payne on scoliosis.Together they taught these workshops at the B.K.S. Iyengar Yoga Center
as_well_as at the scoliosis clinic associated with Women and Brigham's Hospital
has published articles and essays in The Boston Monthly , The East West Journal and Massage and Bodywork Magazine.
Randy and Karin have recently co-authored a feature article for the August/September issue of Massage and Bodywork Magazine entitled Balancing the Asymmetric Body. In_addition to her
work in asymmetry , Karin
has specialized in the relationship between Yoga asanas and internal organs , and yoga for depression and has given numerous workshops on the East Coast and in Europe.Karin
is co-authoring a book on Recovering from Traumatic Injury with Yoga.
repatterning process. ,