, you are his
'miracle worker.'' ,mother of IMT student'If I didn't find Samarya and yoga when I did, I don't know how I would have weathered this past year.I tried yoga a couple of times over the last few years and it wasn't until I came to Samarya that I found not only what I needed, but something I've come to cherish.The approach you and Stephanie
bring in sharing and teaching yoga has all the rights elements of mind, body and spirit...sounds cliche but it's true!!
...Stephanie Hager, LICSW: is the lead teacher and therapist at The Samarya Center whose extensive clinical background has helped shape the Integrated Movement Therapy approach.She
has been practicing yoga since 1993, receiving her
teacher certification in 1997.As a clinical social worker, she has over ten years of experience treating children and adolescents with a range of challenges, including mood and anxiety disorders, ADHD, learning disabilities, autism, and psychoses.Stephanie
has provided individual, group, and family therapy in a variety of settings and has presented at the National Association of Social Workers Washington State conference
has been developing and providing Integrated Movement TherapyÔ with Molly since its inception and assists in leading workshops and providing professional trainings both regionally and nationally.As a yoga teacher, Stephanie cultivates an atmosphere of lightness and fun while focusing on self-exploration and self-acceptance.