New! Yoga and Psychotherapy
Psychologist and yoga teacher Angela MacKay, is now offering Goddess Yoga Psychotherapy, a mindfulness-based, body-centered, trauma-informed form of psychotherapy that combines active yoga poses, bellydance movements, essential oils, mindful dialogue, breathing techniques, Jungian psychotherapy techniques, guided meditation, and more.
Type of Event
- General Event
Available now. Please call 902 430-4022 or email Angela at to book an appointment.
Ideal for women who are struggling with a negative body image/disordered eating, healing from sexual abuse, are postpartum or are trying to conceive, sexual dysfunction, or those who to want to just connect with their sensuality, Goddess Yoga Psychotherapy is for women who like their psychotherapy uber spiritual and uber holistic.
Angela is still offering Yoga Fusion Psychotherapy, which combines Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy with psychotherapy. Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy is a form of yoga therapy that combines gentle, assisted yoga postures with guided meditation, body/mind psychology, and Jungian psychotherapy techniques.
What is the Difference between Goddess Yoga Psychotherapy and Yoga Fusion Psychotherapy?
In Yoga Fusion Psychotherapy, yoga poses are restorative and supported. Most of the session is done with eyes closed, bringing the awareness within.
In Goddess Yoga Psychotherapy, yoga poses are active and engaged, with eyes open. Goddess Yoga Psychotherapy also includes a more spiritual element, with the inclusion of the Goddess Oracle Cards and the essential oil lavender.
Yoga Fusion Psychotherapy is for everyone, but Goddess Yoga Psychotherapy was specifically designed for women.