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Jacqueline Corso is a Certified Kripalu Yoga Instructor and has been in private practice as a psychotherapist for 30 years. On Cape Cod, MA since 2001, Jackie focuses on her creation of Yoga Therapy, which blends the best of Yoga and Therapy.
Jackie graduated from St. John’s University with a B.A. in Psychology, a M.S. in Rehabilitation Counseling and a P.D. in Educational Leadership and Supervision. She has worked as a Therapist, Clinical Supervisor, Yoga Instructor, Workshop Leader, Rehabilitation Counselor and Wellness Coordinator for public and private sectors including school systems, hospitals, mental health agencies, corporations, and while living in Germany, the U.S. Department of Defense Schools and Family Communities.
Jackie has studied and taught Yoga and Meditation since 1980, having lived in a NYC Yoga Center for 3 years. Additionally, Jackie has been a long student of Buddhism and Consciousness/Awakening, studying widely with teachers such as Mark Hart, Adyashanti, Bill and Susan Morgan, Ajaan Thanisarro, Jason Siff, David Loy, Bill Waldron, Deeja Napier, Jan Frazier and many others. She continues her work in psychotherapy, mind-body training and yoga at the Cape Cod Institute and Kripalu Retreat Center with many other leading teachers in the field, such as Amy Weintraub, Deborah Korn, Esther Peral, Richard Schwartz, Janina Fisher, Rubin Naiman and many more.
Jackie's Yoga Therapy practice came about through a series of personal and professional experiences. Her clients and students actually called the practice into being. While working as a psychotherapist and supervisor, she taught Yoga in the evenings. Her psychotherapy clients expressed interest in Yoga as a way to relieve stress. As her Yoga students opened up physically, they began to use her as a confidant and sounding board for issues that came up during Yogic relaxation and stimulation. It was a natural turn of events to merge the two practices and eventually Yoga Therapy was born. She is now offering all three services:Yoga Therapy, Yoga, and Therapy.
With the success of this interdisciplinary approach as a private practitioner, Jackie has further expanded her services. She is offering workshops and retreats scheduled throughout the year, or as desired by you. Workshops and retreats can also be CREATED by you and attended by your select group.
Additionally, Jackie is regularly involved with non-profit work. She works with the GALE fund among other activities.