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Yoga & Nutrition Consulting
Hello, I’m Lisa Diers. I specialize in health and healing through nutrition and yoga therapy sessions designed to support eating disorder recovery, healthy body image, anxiety and depression symptom management, stress reduction, trauma recovery support, reduction or elimination of neck and upper back pain, gut health and general health and wellness. I also train professionals curious to learn more about the role of nutrition rehabilitation and yoga therapy in mental and physical health.
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Video: Child’s Pose Variations
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Hi Everyone, Today’s practice is a guided imagery called the Hollows of the Body. In this practice you will experience
Video: Legs Up The Wall
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You must do the things you think you cannot do.
— Eleanor Roosevelt