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Being Present, Finding Calm, and Seeing the Possibilities

Yoga allows clients to look past limitations and provides a safe, non-competitive space for them to clear their minds, breathe deeply, and be present.

yoga therapy program Yoga focuses on strengthening mental, emotional, and physical health. Moreover, yoga is an important method for developing self-awareness beyond the physical being. It allows for observation and promotes positive body image and self-esteem.

This approach has been highly successful for building bone density for those suffering from anorexia. In addition, it also provides effective stress relief through intentional meditation and breathing exercises.

One of the goals of yoga is to help people reconnect and rebuild a healthy and positive relationship with their bodies.

Learn More About Yoga

We take pride in providing comforting care for our clients. When you enter our care, we will work with you to develop a customized treatment plan. Therefore, your specific needs will be addressed at all times.
In fact, no one should ever face recovery alone. Our staff will be by your side throughout the process. Through training, treatment, and therapy, you can rebuild your life with a promising future ahead of you.

From yoga to our individual therapy, you can begin the process of recovery with comfort and confidence. For example, we also offer further therapies such as:

At Selah House, our yoga therapy will give you the peace of mind to overcome any challenges in front of you. Specifically, you will work closely with our clinicians to ensure the success of your therapy. To learn more about Selah House, contact our friendly staff today at 765-442-3551. This life-changing experience will guide you on a path to overall wellness for a better future.

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Kate Fisch, LCSW

Kate Fisch is the AVP of Clinical Operations for Odyssey’s Eating Disorder Network. With 17 years of clinical leadership and direct client care experience in the eating disorders field, she has a history of innovation, clinical training, and resource development in a variety of eating disorder treatment settings supporting families, clients, and clinicians.
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