TIMBo facilitates personal growth that will help participants navigate life’s tensions through simple yoga-like movements, relaxation breathing, guided meditation, and a workbook-based approach to explore and better understand the impact of emotions such as fear, guilt, shame, and grief. Research has shown that upon completion of one full TIMBo program, participants’ symptoms of depression, anxiety, and trauma (PTSD) are significantly lower. In addition, TIMBo promotes a resilient worldview that enables participants to interact with life’s problems with compassion, composure and confidence.
Free info session with facilitators Becca Stoltz and Jenny Silverberg on Monday February 3rd at 3:00pm.
TIMBo will be coming soon to Wonder Yoga as a 15 week series.
Total non-refundable cost of the program is $450, plus an additional $15 for the workbook.
Rebecca Stoltz is a public health professional with a focus on behavioral health, the impact of stress and trauma on children and families, and using science to inform public policy and programs. Becca is a yoga teacher (RYT-200), an Ayurveda Wellness Counselor, and a licensed TIMBo facilitator. She has taught adults and children; women with breast cancer; people navigating complications with HIV/AIDS, and people who are incarcerated. Using her work in yoga, mindfulness, and meditation, Becca is also a consultant for professionals who experience secondary or vicarious trauma through their jobs serving others.
Becca earned her masters in public health from Boston University School of Public Health and her bachelors from Tufts University. She sits on the Leadership Council of Girls On Fire Leaders, a global nonprofit that brings training, education, and healing to girls in Kenya and Tanzania. You can follow Becca on Instagram: @mindful.breathwork.
Known for her warmth and genuine spirit, Jenny Silverberg strives to create spaces where people feel culturally, emotionally, and physically safe to make different choices for themself. She believes that we have everything we need (already) inside of us to create positive change. “There is nothing to fix, but with a few simple tools, we can learn, heal, become whole and live authentically.”
Jenny Silverberg has a Master’s Degree in Expressive Arts Therapy with a specialization in Dance/Movement Therapy, and is a licensed TIMBo facilitator and Assistant Trainer for the TIMBo Collective. Since the year 2000, Jenny has worked in clinical and non-clinical settings fostering healing and empowerment through mind-body innovations.