Tuning Into Your Nervous System in Healing Trauma: A Free Community Talk
Mon., Nov. 6th, 2017, 6 - 8 pm, Ashland Co-op Classroom
Many of us have experienced trauma in some form.
When we understand our nervous system’s need for connection it increases our awareness about what’s really helpful. Recognizing this need has changed how and what I prioritize, as a yoga therapist working with those healing trauma.
That's why I created Tuning into Your Nervous System in Healing Trauma: A Free Community Talk.
During this community talk I'll share 5 ways to shift how you think about healing trauma, alongside 5 practical, beneficial tips to help you bring this home in practical ways.
There will be time for questions.
This free community talk will be Monday, Nov.6th, 6-8 pm, Ashland Food Co-op Community Classroom:
300 N Pioneer St
Ashland, OR 97520
Feel free to ask a question or reach out and connect. Best is by e-mail: email@example.com
2018: my 9-month study group, the foundations of well-being will begin in january, 2018. Please contact me for details!
trauma sensitive yoga
Trauma Sensitive Yoga Groups will begin in February. They are focused on helping to restore a connection with your own body in a respectful and gentle way. If you or someone you know might benefit, please contact the counseling center, below:
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Small Group Yoga classes
Let's spend quality time together practicing how to become more skillful, kind and attentive to our bodies. Let's practice small group yoga!
What: Small group classes
When: Tuesday mornings
Who are these classes suited for: You want to feel well enough to practice - no acute aches and pains. Contact me if you have concerns about whether the classes are a good match for you.
Classes will run 15 hours, meet once weekly, and will include yoga poses with adaptations, breath awareness, relaxation and meditation.
Some themes of Mindfulness will include:
Being Mindful of Gratitude
Being Mindful of Physical Sensations
Being Mindful of the Breath
Being Mindful of the Present Moment
If you enjoy learning about your body, want some hands on assisting and guidance re: how to adapt yoga, and want to more deeply to accept your body, you'll want to be part of these classes. The small group becomes an environment of mutual respect, good listening, and a place to experiment with new ways of moving, breathing, focusing, concentrating and being.
Interested? Shoot me an e-mail today and I'll get in touch with you about details.
Here's to a great new season bursting forth for us all.
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