Talia Salzberg Horowitz

Since stepping into my first class in 2007, I have found yoga to be an ever-evolving source of strength, calm, and connection in my life. Yoga brings me into my body and breath in a transformational way, and I find immense meaning in helping others access the centered calm and vitality available through yoga practice. As a clinical social worker in the Boston area, I’ve served multi-stressed families and children with complex needs in a variety of settings, working particularly with people struggling with the effects of complex trauma and mental illness. I believe whole-heartedly in the profound therapeutic effects of yoga and in the possibility for health and wellbeing through mind-body connection.Inline image 1 I completed my 200-hour yoga teacher training in January 2016 at The New School of Yogic Arts with Andrew Tanner and Laura Ahrens. I am passionate about sharing the powerful practice of yoga from a place of non-judgment, joy, and warmth, and with particular focus on emotional awareness and connection.