Play helps us express ourselves, decrease our stress, problem solve, be creative and connect with others. The act of playing taps into a part of our subconscious that doesn’t always have the words or clarity to express what we are thinking. The benefits of play are essential to our emotional well-being.
Although we think of ‘play’ as children’s work (which it is) it is also teens’ and adults’ work as well. Without play and laughter we neglect a part of our being that is pure and wholesome.
To find out more about Tina’s play therapy practice, children’s yoga practice or to book an appointment, consultation or training please contact Tina.