Specialities: Clinical Psychotherapy, Mindfulness Meditation, Hatha Yoga teacher, Yoga Therapy
Hi, I’m Mira Tessman
“Mira” Mary E. Tessman, MA, LCPC, RYT-300, C-IAYT is an experienced mindfulness-based clinical psychotherapist, a mindfulness meditation teacher, a hatha yoga teacher, and a certified yoga therapis and has been in private practice for over twenty years. She supervises graduate-level clinical psychology students and has been a college adjunct faculty psychology professor and speaker. She was co-founder/director of the Heart’s Journey Wellness Center for five years.
Mira has facilitated hundreds of contemplative, healing arts, and spiritual growth presentations, workshops, classes, and retreats for over two decades.
I had the pleasure of experiencing two sound baths with Kat and both were
beautiful, deeply moving experiences.I have also received a wonderful sound
massage, which was a beautiful, magical experience. I feel so relaxed and
grounded now. Kat embodies Kindness and wisdom and creates a safe healing
space to be in. Thank you so much, I hope to see you again!
I don’t know the words to express the power, pleasure and healing that your
treatments and sound concerts produce. I feel a change to my body and soul – it´s
enriching, calming and balancing. During individual treatments the relaxation is
incredible, I see vivid colors and afterwards the world is more beautiful – as are
'Try yoga and meditation before Prozac; it can help elevate & stabilize mood.'
“Mira” Mary E. Tessman, MA, LCPC, C-IAYT has been practicing yoga off and on for over 25 years and started teaching yoga in 2006. Mira is a certified yoga therapist, completed a 300-Hr training, currently teaches several classes a week, and offers private yoga therapy in the Baltimore area.
Mira views her yoga and meditation practice as the most consistent and potent sources of spiritual, mental, and physical strength and support in her life. Besides teaching yoga, Mira is a mindfulness-based clinical psychotherapist and uses a mindfulness-based approach in her private practice.
She suggests to her clients, “Try yoga and meditation before Prozac; it can help elevate & stabilize mood.” Mira has been facilitating expressive arts, healing, meditation, and spiritual growth workshops, retreats and groups since 1994. She supervises Master’s level psychology students and has also been an adjunct psychology professor. Mira was co-founder and co-director of the Heart’s Journey Wellness Center in Towson for five years.
Mira enjoys planning yoga routines, traveling to exotic places (Bali is her favorite!), and also likes to dance, hike, kayak, bicycle, and hang out with her family and good friends.