Fannie Hungerford, 500 EYRT, tLMFT (beginning 9/23) is a psychotherapist, creator, teacher, and spiritual seeker based in Iowa City, IA. A lover of people and with a great interest in the human condition, her teaching is grounded in the energetics and psychology of yoga, and provides experiences for the Soul alongside tools for leading a less-burdened life. As a relational and systemic therapist, Fannie works with individuals and couples. She offers a collaborative, client-centered approach; integrating somatic-based awareness and regulating tools for moving clients toward change and their natural tendencies for growth. She welcomes the full spectrum of being and feeling and welcomes all clients just as they are.
With a deep appreciation for the human soul, she relies on her core values of connection and authenticity to meet people where they are in their personal process of evolution and change. Fannie integrates meditation, yoga, mental health, and spirituality, as well as creative exploration. She aims to empower clients to explore their unused potential and support them as they discover their capacity to withstand, and accept, the beauty and uncertainty in all aspects of life.
Specializing in yoga nidra and practices which lead us into the spaces of deep knowing and heartfelt experience, Fannie leans on the wisdom of the Earth, her colleagues and loved ones, and the Sri Vidya spiritual tradition (a 5,000 year-old living tradition of the Himalayan Masters.)
With over 20 years of experience practicing yoga and meditation and 15 years teaching, she holds many certifications through ParaYoga, and continues to study and practice; most recently with mentors Yoli Maya Yeh and Tracee Stanley. Lately, she is inspired by the interconnectedness of things and what arises when we show up authentically and listen.
Fannie is a graduate of the Marriage and Family Therapy program at Mount Mercy University, and is currently in private psychotherapy practice in Iowa City. She is on faculty at the University of Iowa, teaching Yoga (practice and philosophy) in the Theatre Arts Department. She leads retreats, yoga teacher training, and seasonal classes. She has 3 kids and loves tacos.
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