Becca Odom, LCSW, E-RYT 200
As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Registered Yoga Teacher, my passion is to empower others to heal themselves and to provide individuals with the skills to create lasting change in their lives. I work individually with women age 14-35, where I combine transformational counseling with mindful yoga techniques to create a space for deep emotional, physical and spiritual healing. I love empowering young women to find their voice, take back their power and build a healthier relationship with themselves and their bodies. My goal is to empower individuals and families to decrease the effects of anxiety, trauma and stress by increasing their self-awareness, self-regulation and compassionate communication skills.
Originally from Arkansas, I moved to Asheville in 2011 and completed my 200-hour yoga training shortly after at the Asheville Yoga Center. Since then, I have taught more than 1,000 hours and received an E-RYT200 designation from Yoga Alliance. I have been practicing yoga for 12 years and I have been able to witness firsthand my process of growth, self-exploration and healing through these practices.
My background includes receiving my Bachelor and Masters Degrees in Social Work, as well as completing a 230-hour Yoga Teacher Training Program, an 8-week Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction training, and two 10-day Vipassana Meditation courses. I currently offer Individual Therapy and Private Yoga sessions to individuals and families, and I teach Yoga for Resiliency and Trauma Recovery trainings nationally.
Pictures: Meditation Room, Waiting Area, Counseling Room, Yoga Practice Space