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Interesting name, I know. Yogic philosophy teaches more that just asana (the physical shapes we can make with our body), it offers a lifestyle guide for wholeness. Bhramari is Sanskrit for "honey bee" and is a breath practice that helps to recalibrate the nervous system, encouraging the body's natural healing abilities from within. Want to give it a try? Take a deep breath in through the nose, and a gentle hum throughout the exhale. Happy healing.

                                                                                     

It's not a matter of what's wrong with you.

It's a matter of what has happened to you.

This approach can help with

Welcome to my practice. 

It is my passion to blend ancient philosophies of yoga and wellness with modern anatomy, neurobiology, and trauma research. As we journey thorough life, our life imprints upon us.

Hi there, I'm Melissa

I am so glad you are here.

Welcome to my practice. 

It is my passion to blend ancient philosophies of yoga and wellness with modern anatomy, neurobiology, and trauma research. As we journey thorough life, our life imprints upon us. This happens naturally within the body via the senses and encodes into the body's memory, the nervous system. This sometimes creates habitual holding patterns in the body and/or distorted views of reality based of prior experiences; especially if they were overwhelming, scary, or unpleasant. This is a normal reaction to an abnormal situation. By observing the stories we are telling ourselves to be true, we can create change in how we perceive the world around us. Releasing defenses that no longer serve our growth or current reality.

Bhramari Seattle provides compassionate professional care to those seeking support, encouragement, and healing with life's complications. Offering individual and group care.

Meet Harper

Harper is often in the office on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. As poodle-bichon mix, she  is considered hypoallergenic. She has 13 years of experience giving love and snuggles and would love to share her warmth with you.

Anxiety 

Feelings of fear and worry can be overwhelming and eventually led to burnout. Sometimes, step one is re-remembering what a calm baseline feels like.

Insomnia and Fatigue 

Prolonged states of stress and anxiety are debilitating and exhausting. Often creating a very busy mind and/or a very tired and body.

Depression

It can be lonely and isolating when you feel stuck or hopeless. You are not alone.

Post Trauma Symptoms

Experiencing symptoms such as racing thoughts, nightmares, increased heart rate, avoidance behavior, difficulty sleeping, being easily startled, or impaired cognition are common. Mild or severe, it can get better.

Grief

Every wound or loss to the soul needs to be honored in order to heal. 

Life Transitions 

Navigating life transitions can be  overwhelming, especially when they are sudden, unwelcome, or unexpected.

 

Supporters 

"Melissa is a warm-hearted, empathic, curious, and insightful clinician. Her practice combines Eastern and Western modalities and provides a unique opportunity for clients to understand, connect, and balance their physical, emotional, and mental health."  

- Katherine Fort, Ph.D., LMHC

Antioch University

I look forward to hearing from you.

Phone
Email
Address

206 - 234 - 9967

melissa@bhramariseattle.com

5340 Ballard Ave NW  ~  Seattle, WA 98107

    *located inside of Kula Movement

Lokah Samastah Sukhino Bhavantu

[may all beings everywhere be happy and free. And may my thoughts, words, and actions contribute in some way to the happiness and freedom for all.]

Services

Therapeutic Yoga 

yoga + pyschotherapy

Pyschotherapy

talk therapy

The Hive Seattle

group therapy + yoga

Coming Soon

 
 
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Melissa Myers

M.A., LMHCA, CMHIMP, CCTP, RYT