Guided Introspection Sessions
Starting April 2022, we are allocating 20 FREE slots for Self-development through Guided Introspection.
This practice is a branch of yoga therapy where persons who have specific concerns about health, lifestyle, unhelpful thought patterns or otherwise will be guided with the aim of gaining clarity about the situation.
Sessions are conducted on one-to-one basis via Zoom by Yoga Teacher Elizabeth Montenegro-Rye.
Afterwards, the client will be given a set of yoga-based or mindfulness practices to complete by themselves
for at least 21 days.
This is absolutely FREE until all 20 slots are consumed. Sign up early to secure a slot.
"The guided introspection allowed me to think freely and brought me more peace of mind.
Elizabeth facilitated the session with ease and in a calm voice that created a safe place for me.
I found the questions posed to be thought provoking and gave me an opportunity to explore inner thoughts, concerns and perspective on things that have not occurred to me." - from R. Uy
"In my 27 years, I was always looking for that "missing puzzle piece" to feel fully loved..
Thanks to Elizabeth, I have found the answer I have been looking for. She has a calming energy that made me feel comfortable in opening up, and I felt that kind of connection that I long for." - from A. Santos
"Last night's session led me to a place of deeper understanding of myself. I was sharing with Elizabeth a part of me that I am simply ashamed to tell others.. Her questions led me to the root cause of my issues and concerns - something that I was not aware of, until last night. I got to realize that what I have been looking for is already within me." - from R. Dela Cruz
"The experience feels empowering as the activity encouraged me to speak my thoughts in a safe space. It was non-judgmental and led me to certain awareness and realizations which were not implicated rather coming from my own motivations. The guidance led me to accept things which may be difficult to accept, but due to the nature of how questions were asked, it wasn't scary to face the reality." - from T. Capuli
"It was a beautiful experience." -from R. Benoza