Phoenix Therapeutic Yoga

Jude Stephen was the guest speaker at the Friends of Jung meeting on December 1st. The topic for the evening was yoga and how it would relate to Jung’s works on incorporating various modalities for discovering self and Self.

Jude’s introduction to the group included a brief history of yoga and summarized the various types of yoga and their influence and benefits to those who partake in a yoga practice. Jude teaches Phoenix Rising therapeutic yoga at St. Paul’s in Fayetteville on Tuesday evenings at 5:30 pm in the parish hall. Everyone in the Friends of Jung group is invited to participate prior to our regular meeting times.

Relative to the teachings of Jung, Jude explained how Phoenix Rising therapeutic yoga practice brings one into awareness of the body where cellular memory is stored. In conjunction with centering inward, breathing and holding simple poses either standing or sitting or using a yoga mat, this yoga style may help to pinpoint memory stored in the body beyond our awareness where developmental patterning has formed and influenced our lives. Relative to Jung, yoga in this form may aid and assist therapy to remedy psychological and physiological as well as physical disorders.

If you are interested in attending her class just come to St. Paul’s at 5:30 on Tuesday evenings or you can contact Jude at 479-530-0694. Her email:

1 Response to “Phoenix Therapeutic Yoga”

  1. 1 Catherine Bearsley December 8, 2015 at 12:18 am

    Thank you … from Australia. How interesting,


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The NWA Friends of Jung meets the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month in the library at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Fayetteville, Arkansas.

The Sunday Dream Group meets the 1st and 3rd Sundays from 2–3:30 in the library at St. Paul’s.

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