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 Natural Awakenings Lancaster-Berks

LaTasha Thomas

LaTasha Thomas

Zen Holistics

20 W. Lancaster Ave., Ste. 4,
[email protected]

Zen Holistics is an integrative counseling office that incorporates the use of traditional therapeutic modalities such as talk therapy and eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), with the alternative practices of yoga, mindfulness, reiki and sound healing for a dynamic restoration of the mind, body and soul.

Specialties include individual and group therapy, EMDR, yoga and mindfulness, reiki, sound healing, workshops and retreats. They provide therapy for trauma, navigating transitional periods, recovering from co-dependency, improved self-esteem, resolving childhood wounds, behavioral concerns, anxiety and depression, as well as addiction.

Owner and Licensed Professional Counselor LaTasha Thomas has been trained in trauma-informed practices. She earned a BS degree in Psychology from Albright College and an MA in Community Counseling from Alvernia University. Her other credentials include RYT-200 Yoga Alliance yoga teacher training from Tula Yoga Center; trauma-informed yoga teacher training (level I and II) from Sundara Yoga Therapy; EMDR training from the Institute for Creative Mindfulness; reiki training (level I, II and III master) from The Seaside Shaman; and sound and vibrational healing from Meditate: School of Mindfulness.

Thomas says, “Zen Holistics is a home for your mind, body and soul, where space is created for you to find your most authentic and empowered self.”

Zen Holistics is also home to The Zen Collective, a community of holistic clinicians and practitioners focused on providing quality care. It is comprised of individuals that support the concept of whole living and desire to work collaboratively to help individuals along the path to empowered and authentic living.

“Our community was built from the dream of creating a one-stop-shop for clients where they can have multiple wellness goals addressed and achieved in one place,” states Thomas. “It’s not only a compassionate home for our clients, but also for clinicians and practitioners who desire creative license and autonomy in how they administer care.”