Types of Experiential Therapies
Breathwork therapies improve mental, physical, and spiritual wellbeing by intentionally changing your breathing patterns. These exercises use deep breathing and focus your conscious awareness on inhales and exhales.
Yoga uses a series of physical postures to connect mind, body, and breathe with the intention of gaining self awareness and focussing attention inwards. It reduces stress levels, improves physical health, and can be done anywhere.
Nature therapy is based on the principles of ecopsychology, which look at how we feel connected to the earth. The natural world has powerful healing qualities, so we encourage everyone to take advantage of the beautiful hiking areas around our facility to connect and heal with the earth.
Acupuncture is an ancient Chinese healing method that aims to balance the flow of qi energy in your body by inserting thin needles into strategic locations on your skin to stimulate flow and healing. When your energy is balanced, pain and withdrawal symptoms become bearable and decrease in intensity.
Expressive therapies use creative expression through art, music, and poetry to help you explore your thoughts , feelings, and emotions. The focus is more on the process rather than the final product, so you don’t need to be a professional artist to benefit from these therapies.
Sound therapy, also known as vibrational healing, uses sound and vibrations created by the voice and musical instruments, such as tuning forks, gongs, Tibetan singing bowls, to help relax, meditate, and heal the mind, body, and spirit.
Animal Assisted Therapy