Are you looking for ways to stay centered and release trauma?
Do you want to intentionally respond to life rather than freak out?
Are you looking for a community that bridges yoga with real life?
Yoga for Resilience is a trauma-informed series supporting your mind, body and heart learn tools to feel more grounded, compassionate and present to yourself and others.
In the Yoga for Resilience you will:
- learn tools for the body and mind to ease overwhelm
- calm the nervous system through mindfulness and movement
- strengthen the body and mind through embodiment and meditation
- take risks on the yoga mat in order to practice taking risks off the yoga mat.
- support wholeness when you feel broken through an exploration of yoga philosophy
- connect and learn from the sangha (community) to gain insight and new perspectives
- make new neural pathways so that you can respond to situations rather than react
Many of the challenges we face can knock us off our feet. From personal to intergenerational trauma, anxiety, divorce, aging parents, global warming to white supremacy, we all need ways to support ourselves, our relationships and our communities have resilience, strength and empathy. This class will support your ability and capacity to meet these challenges with fierce kindness and compassionate truth.
8-week series starts:
Tuesday 6:30-7:45pm (series starts dates for 2019: 6/4, 9/10)
Thursday 10:30-11:45am (series starts dates for 2019: 6/6, 9/12)
Supporting Rate: $199
Sustaining Rate: $149
Solidarity Rate: $99
“Make an Offering” spots available.
These slots are available for those who need additional financial support to practice while still having the opportunity to make an offering, which can be an important energetic exchange. No one turned away for lack of funds.
“I loved the physical exploration of equanimity and recognizing it as strength and power- not passive. [This was a] space to get out of my head and to let my body, gut and heart speak.”
“This was a quiet space to practice self-care, compassion and mindfulness during my busy, draining week. I struggle with allowing myself to feel sad, especially as regards to my history. The mindfulness and lovingkindness are helpful to that end, and I can be with it better.”
“[I have] more joy, more confidence doing yoga with others and less fear of being vulnerable and disabled in a yoga setting.”
“Thank you Laura. I was around completely different walks of life and learned how to chill out and be open to being present with total new new.”
“I felt like taking the series a 2nd time was super helpful for getting the tools I learned in class to ‘stick.’ I find myself noticing my reactions to other people more often and then remembering that I have the opportunity to practice lovingkindness.”
“[I gained] a better, fuller ability to be in the present with my body.”