Yoga and its related practices have been a useful resource for me through grief, trauma recovery and on the path of involuntary childlessness.
I’m so ready to share it all back with you in the form of workshops, classes and webinars! Offerings will be made on a donation basis.
Your Breath As a Resource Workshop
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In all areas of the journey, yoga and its related practices have the potential to support us in:
- Processing the potent somatic aspects of our experiences
- Facilitating and curating connection to ourselves and especially our inner selves, a most crucial companion for the paths we’re on
- Cultivating the capacities to meet ourselves where we are at any given point in time
- Tending to both our physical and energy bodies which have been through so much, and perhaps continue to go through so much
While they generally don’t function as “solutions” or “fixes” (practicing yoga within the experiences of grief and trauma can sometimes feel like throwing a raisin into a manhole!), over time they can offer benefits.
When I arrived at the place in my process where “self care actually started to feel like it mattered again” (as I would say), I was sure glad I had a practice I had stuck with that I could utilize.
I feel passionate about bringing you the practices that have helped me through and to be with my experiences. And, it’s my intention to bring them to you in a way and in the kind of space I wished and still sometimes wish for myself.
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YOGA BIO: I’m a registered yoga teacher (RYT200) who has been practicing yoga for almost fifteen years. Primary areas of training and practice include alignment based yoga, yin yoga and mindfulness meditation, along with some restorative yoga as well. My main areas of intrigue within the realm of yoga are anatomy and more optimal emotional function through the use of mindfulness.
I completed my 200 hour teacher training at Yoga Flow Studio on Long Island with Lorraine Aguilar, receiving my official teaching certification in 2018. 2021 saw the completion of Sarah Powers’ primary level 1 teacher training.
By far though I’m most proud of “coming back to the mat” after each of my ten failed fertility treatments and one surgery, and of “staying on the mat” – in ways however minimal and inconsistent – through grief and chronic trauma recovery and then through a debilitating autonomic nervous system disorder. Additional areas of personal experience include biochemical imbalances, “silent” endometriosis and scoliosis.