Lizbeth started YogicMethods to share her knowledge and expertise in the field of integrative science, mindbody therapy, healing arts, meditation and yoga. Lizbeth constantly evolving her practices, having completed an M.A., M.S., ERYT-500, CAIYT-800 hours of teacher training's in many types of contemplative and evidence-based practices.
Focusing on pain management and confidence, is foremost in Lizbeth personal practice during the past two years. YogicMethods focus is on biopsychosocial and emotional sustainability–the individual's relationship with pain, duḥkha is a critical aspect of the practice. YogicMethods combines theoretical, scientific, behavioral, and experiential practices with relationship-centered, mindfulness, somatics and integrative medicine modalities. YogicMethods embraces many different classical styles of integrative therapy with more conventional approaches, emphasizing new biomedical practices and strategies for pain management and prevention.
Sharing Healing Practices
Without mindfulness... consciousness itself would break in [to] pieces, become fragmentary.
Our Mindbody practice is a form of mitigation that considers the whole person: body, mind, spirit, and emotions -- in the quest for optimal health and wellness. The philosophy of the practice is that one can achieve optimal health -- the primary goal -- by gaining proper balance in life.
Lizbeth has worked with a variety of different companies and organizations. Her passion to help others is seen through the workshops and wellness sessions she brings to companies like Equinox, Esalen, ScaleHealth, Sanghos and Family Venice Clinic in LA; as well as organizations like Loyola Marymount University, with Centre College, in India, South Central Family Health Center and Prison Yoga & Meditation.
"Yoga with Lizbeth is not an ordinary yoga class. It's a mind-body training with a skilled, intuitive and empathic guide who guides you inward. As a life-long yoga practitioner as well as a body-oriented trauma psychotherapist, I fine-tune my own inner workings on the mat with Lizbeth. She is highly educated in the field of medical yoga and brings her dedication to every class. She feels what you may not yet have sensed into and guides you gently but effectively to feel and reconnect with your body."
ELIZABETH RONA, L.M.F.T., S.E.P
Traumatology, Cross-Cultural Psychotherapy