A UNIQUE KIND OF YOGA CLASS - #itstimetoheal
DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY FOR SURVIVORS OF TRAUMA
The #metoo and #timesup movements have empowered people to speak out, they have elevated the conversation around domestic and sexual violence, and they've made it clear that these issues aren’t just women’s issues. They’re human issues, business issues, community issues, and public health issues. Now, it's #timetoheal.
Join us for a one hour long trauma informed yoga class designed specifically for survivors of domestic violence / sexual assault but open to all. Students will be invited to connect their mind and body through breath and movement. Classes include breathing exercises, yoga poses and guided relaxation.
- Every Sunday in April 11:30am
- No experience necessary
- Wear any comfortable clothes
- Yoga mats provided
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions!
Class on April 8th will be taught by Sarah Yurch
Sarah Yurch began her yoga journey as a stressed out grad student studying literature in New York and has been in love with her practice ever since. She completed her 200 hour teacher training with Deborah Hanekamp at the Namaste Yoga Center in Brooklyn and has since taught in New York, Miami, and Costa Rica. As a survivor of domestic violence, she is deeply honored to share the practice of trauma-informed yoga with others. Yoga was instrumental in her journey to find peace and calm in her own body, and she strives to create a nourishing class environment for all of her students. Off the mat, Sarah works in book publishing.