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Yoga For Healing

Healing in Community: Care For Your Nervous System

  • 1 h
  • 25 US dollars
  • Smiley Road

Service Description

Trauma permeates all aspects: physical, psychological, mental, behavioral, social and spiritual, and trauma-informed yoga and mindfulness practices offer modalities to help heal the whole person. This gentle, trauma informed class is coupled with movement and supports students in feeling more balanced while focusing on natural breathing to promote relaxation and embodiment. This class is thoughtfully crafted to help support the healing process and taught by Licensed Professional Counselor and trauma-informed yoga instructor, Danielle Arnold. This class is designed to empower students to release trapped psychological and physical energies and come back home to their bodies. We'll explore grounding and resourcing techniques, move between active and resting yoga postures, engage in meditation, and practice various mindful strategies. Survivors of trauma, in the broadest definition of the word, share the experience of navigating their lives in the aftermath of a life changing event(s). Survivors may have a range of body-based symptoms long after trauma occurred. Bodily sensations associated with trauma can overwhelm the nervous system, which can create a lack of safety and result in feeling disconnected, stuck, overwhelmed, down, etc. Please be kind. This is an inclusive space and all are welcome. *While working with a trained professional is the truest form of mental health therapy, at notice wellness we also believe that yoga, in and of itself, is therapeutic. If you attend a workshop or class, you will likely feel the benefits of practicing yoga and we believe that is therapeutic, however, the classes and workshops are not therapy nor a replacement for therapy. Room is at a temperature of roughly 70 degrees Fahrenheit. Ambience calming quiet background music.

Upcoming Sessions

Cancellation Policy

To cancel or reschedule, please login to your member account and do so at least one hour before class to avoid being charged for your session.

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