Trauma Informed Yoga for Healthcare Professionals


Instructor: Nannette Choboter
Thursdays – 7:15 – 8:15

Classes: January 27.
February 3,10 (No class Feb 17th, 24th).
March 17, 24 (No class March 3rd, 10th).
April 7, 14, 21.

Cost: $120 for 8-week session; students and seniors $108.

This 60-minute beginner yoga class will focus on bringing your body and mind to a resting, relaxing state using breath and movement to create strength and balance and rejuvenate the entire body. At the beginning of class, we will start with meditation and breathwork slowly working into an introductory gentle Vinyasa flow to get the body moving and eventually lengthening and stretching the body to end in a blissful peaceful state of calm.

Various breath work techniques will be offered throughout the session as well as meditation and mindfulness practices that can be applied in your everyday world.

Maximum 10 people.

Classes 1 hour in length.

8-week class starting January 27th

Note: As per SHA Guidelines, all participants must be fully vaccinated and provide proof of vaccine

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Yoga for All! – Why Yoga?

The research on the positive effects of yoga on mental and physical wellbeing is growing every day. It is known to be an effective complement to clinical therapy to help manage and cope with symptoms of trauma, stress, depression, anxiety, attention and concentration. Yoga promotes relaxation, self-soothing and body awareness skills and provides an opportunity to apply the cognitive therapy tools and techniques learned in therapy. Yoga also provides an opportunity to meet others and develop relationships, which has also been shown to help alleviate symptoms of emotional distress.