Friday December 9th
People who are healing after trauma and other overwhelming experiences, whether recent or historic, can benefit from a yoga practice that utilizes invitational language, creates options, and encourages listening to the inner teacher with regards to movement, breathing and rest. A trauma-informed practice offers participants a supportive space to connect with their own rhythm while practicing in the container of a a community environment.
This gentle yet deeper immersion class is open to all levels of experience and to all students and teachers. It will include a light discussion on the benefits of this unique approach to exploring the practice of yoga for people who are healing after trauma, dealing with chronic stress or navigating difficult life circumstances. No disclosure is necessary, and all levels of experience are invited. (2 Elective hours for 300 Hour students)
Read more about Molly Boeder-Harris and her unique work here.