Healing Practices for Trauma, Stress & Compassion-Fatigue
with Kat Allen & Scott Tusa
Integrating Buddhist Psychology, Body Psychotherapy and Yoga Therapy

Sunday, January 7, 2018
12:30-6:30 pm
$120, limited space available, includes tea & snacks

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Kat began teaching yoga in 1987 and helped shape the evolution of Seattle yoga over the past three decades through her presence at the Center for Yoga, Community Yoga Circle, and her own studios, Kaya Yoga in Columbia City (now Lotus Yoga), and the Four Aims Center.  In terms of training, Kat has three certifications in yoga: Iyengar, Sivananda and Viniyoga, and has studied for decades in expemplary lineages…One comes from 9th century southern India–the yoga of T. Krishnamacharya–and focuses on the individual application of all the tools of yoga,  the Yoga Sutra of Patanjali, and proper instruction in the intonation of Vedic mantra and invocation.  Kat presently studies Vajrayana Buddhism under the direct guidance of her teacher Tsoknyi Rinpoche, an incarnate lama the Tibetan Kagyu and Ngingma traditions, and she includes some Buddhist teaching into her classes.  She also interweaves bhajans–beautiful devotional songs from India–and chanting throughout her classes.  (Back in the 90’s, Kat was known as Seattle’s singing yoga teacher!)