Our mission is to bring wellness in the form of mind-body therapies to the underserved in the community of Southern Oregon. This
idea was born out of a strong desire and passion from several
individuals working on their own to serve this population. After
several years of working in the community on a variety of projects, our vision has come into reality in the creation of Southern Oregon Mind-body Outreach Project.
Our programs are designed to collaborate with existing mental health programs in the community. Through
a collaborative effort we aspire to build on the foundations of
programs serving addictions, trauma, domestic abuse, active duty
military and veterans, and at-risk youth.
We are presenting additional coping skills in the form of mind-body therapies to increase self-esteem, stress management, and life skills. These therapies have been shown to reduce symptoms of post-traumatic stress, addiction, anxiety, depression, anger outbursts, and nervous conditions. Mind-body therapies are tools that can be used within programs and taken home once they are learned, to create lifelong transformation.
yoga, therapeutic yoga, mindfulness-based hypnotherapy, Ayurveda, NLP, the Enneagram, psychology, and biological science and research. Kelly is a Level II iRest
yoga nidra teacher, a secular technique that is profoundly healing for those suffering from anxiety, depression, posttraumatic stress disorder, OCD, and other psychoemotional conditions and is currently being used with active duty military, veterans, and homeless populations, among others experiencing the need for integration and healing. iRest is also for everyone who simply wants to be more deeply relaxed, integrated, resilient, and joyful. In addition to guiding clients through these techniques, Kelly teaches people how to use them in their daily lives to increase mental health and wellbeing.