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There’s a bit of folk wisdom that says, “We don’t see things as they are — we see them as we are."


Mindfulness is the state of being present with what is actually happening, free from habits and conditioning, so we can see things as they actually are.  Through Trauma Sensitive Yoga, Yoga Therapy, Meditation, Health Coaching and Reiki, we work with both the body and the mind to gain greater clarity about who we are and what’s meaningful to us. Mindfulness gives us the freedom to make choices in life, and helps us develop a deeper appreciation for ourselves and others.

**While we stay at home as required by COVID-19, online sessions are available.**


Trauma Sensitive Yoga

Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga is a mindful movement practice that provides the opportunity to connect with sensation in your body in a safe way at your own pace

Mindfulness Based Health Coaching

Support and guidance in creating effective, lasting lifestyle changes leading to a healthier, happier you. 

Personalized Yoga Therapy

Using the tools and teachings of Yoga to improve your health and well-being and heal from physical or emotional injury.


Receive guidance and support for incorporating the simple yet powerfully transformative elements of mindfulness into your daily life.


A deeply relaxing, energetic healing practice that can reduce stress and facilitate healing on every level.

I have collaborated with Karen with multiple patients, and they benefit greatly from her thoughtful and sensitive care.

Erika Malm Cooley, LCSW, Psychotherapist


Get to Know Karen Schwartz

Karen Schwartz is a New York State licensed master social worker and certified Yoga therapist and meditation teacher with more than 25 years of experience facilitating mind-body integration with individuals and groups. She has utilized her unique, holistic approach with people coping with eating disorders, cancer, depression, anxiety, and healing from trauma, as well as with people seeking general personal growth and expansion.


Karen holds a Master’s degree in Social Work from Fordham University Graduate School of Social Service, and a postgraduate certificate in Contemplative Clinical Practice from Smith College School of Social Work. She is a certified Yoga teacher and therapist with advanced training from White Lotus Yoga Foundation…



Inner workings

Connect with the works of Karen Schwartz as she explores mental and physical health through her multitude of published works.

Body Countertransference And Its Relevance For Yoga Therapists

Trauma Sensitive Yoga - Forget Everything You’ve Been Taught


Is Your Body Image Holding You Hostage?


Karen Schwartz


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