STACIE OVERBY

Uniting Body Mind and Heart

STACIE OVERBY

Uniting Body Mind and Heart

CLASS SCHEDULE


Friday 9am

Hatha Flow all levels
Yoga Tree Stanyan

Sunday 4:30pm
Hatha Flow all levels
Yoga Tree Stanyan

EVENTS


Tassajara Hot Springs Summer Retreat

Big Sur, CA

August 17-21st 2018

Registration Open!


Being Grace: Finding Effortlessness in All Things

TJ, 8/18 – 8/21

San Francisco Zen Center

Teacher, Psychotherapist and Fellow Seeker, Stacie has been teaching Yoga since 2005.   She began to integrate the Eastern practices of Yoga with a Western perspective of Psychology during her graduate studies at CIIS in 2006.   She found these two modalities of Self transformation to be highly complimentary and a potent combination for heart healing and spiritual growth.

“Learning to trust ourselves is where true healing begins – we often know the way, but find ourselves caught in the abyss of self-doubt and a long list of false beliefs about how-to-live our lives, none of which include our own.   Taking time to process our experience facilitates a deeper understanding of who we truly are, what motivates the choices we makes, and gives us a new-found freedom to make conscious and deliberate decisions about how we want to weave the larger tapestry of our lives.”

Stacie leads Self transformation retreats all over the world and offers an ongoing mentorship program for yoga students desiring to go deeper into their practice of Svadhyaya or Self-study.

  She has maintained a thriving private psychotherapy practice in San Francisco since 2009.

INFLUENCES

Max Strom – one of my very first teachers who helped me to see my potential as a healer and my capacity to heal myself. I knew very little when I started practicing with Max, but the one thing I was certain of was that I wanted to absorb as much as possible of what he was offering.   I did not realize at the time that what he was offering was the way in to my own heart. I am eternally grateful for his generosity, kindness and inspirational Spirit.   His books A Life Worth Breathing and There is No App for Happiness make his transformational teachings accessible to all.

Maritza – I am extremely grateful to have the opportunity to expand and strengthen my practice with this powerful and seasoned Yogini. She is a pure transmission of the teachings. I began practicing with Maritza at a time when my body was suffering from multiple injuries, she has allowed me to re-learn what my body can do from a place of uncompromising integrity, challenging my practice to deepen in ways I didn’t know necessary or even possible. She continues to teach public classes at Yoga Works in Larkspur and offers daylong retreats at her hilltop home in Marin.

Chase Bossart – scholar, storyteller, teacher and yogi…without Chase I doubt I would have been able to access the teachings of the sacred texts in any truly meaningful way. A long time student of the late TKV Desikachar, he is a brilliant and humble translator. He articulates the teachings rooted in day to day reality and what it means to be a simple human being transversing the complexity of the material world and beyond. He brings the teachings to life!

My daily work as a psychotherapist – a calling which continues to impress upon me the magnificent vulnerability and courage of the human spirit.

“True Wisdom is our ability to live with the horror and the glory, to live from a trusting heart”

Teacher, Psychotherapist and Fellow Seeker, Stacie has been teaching Yoga since 2005.   She began to integrate the Eastern practices of Yoga with a Western perspective of Psychology during her graduate studies at CIIS in 2006.   She found these two modalities of Self transformation to be highly complimentary and a potent combination for heart healing and spiritual growth.

“Learning to trust ourselves is where true healing begins – we often know the way, but find ourselves caught in the abyss of self-doubt and a long list of false beliefs about how-to-live our lives, none of which include our own.   Taking time to process our experience facilitates a deeper understanding of who we truly are, what motivates the choices we makes, and gives us a new-found freedom to make conscious and deliberate decisions about how we want to weave the larger tapestry of our lives.”

Stacie leads Self transformation retreats all over the world and offers an ongoing mentorship program for yoga students desiring to go deeper into their practice of Svadhyaya or Self-study.

  She has maintained a thriving private psychotherapy practice in San Francisco since 2009.

INFLUENCES

Max Strom – one of my very first teachers who helped me to see my potential as a healer and my capacity to heal myself. I knew very little when I started practicing with Max, but the one thing I was certain of was that I wanted to absorb as much as possible of what he was offering.   I did not realize at the time that what he was offering was the way in to my own heart. I am eternally grateful for his generosity, kindness and inspirational Spirit.   His books A Life Worth Breathing and There is No App for Happiness make his transformational teachings accessible to all.

Maritza – I am extremely grateful to have the opportunity to expand and strengthen my practice with this powerful and seasoned Yogini. She is a pure transmission of the teachings. I began practicing with Maritza at a time when my body was suffering from multiple injuries, she has allowed me to re-learn what my body can do from a place of uncompromising integrity, challenging my practice to deepen in ways I didn’t know necessary or even possible. She continues to teach public classes at Yoga Works in Larkspur and offers daylong retreats at her hilltop home in Marin.

Chase Bossart – scholar, storyteller, teacher and yogi…without Chase I doubt I would have been able to access the teachings of the sacred texts in any truly meaningful way. A long time student of the late TKV Desikachar, he is a brilliant and humble translator. He articulates the teachings rooted in day to day reality and what it means to be a simple human being transversing the complexity of the material world and beyond. He brings the teachings to life!

My daily work as a psychotherapist – a calling which continues to impress upon me the magnificent vulnerability and courage of the human spirit.

“True Wisdom is our ability to live with the horror and the glory, to live from a trusting heart”