Trauma manifests itself in many ways. It can often bring up memories and sensations in the body that are disruptive to everyday life. Asana can create opportunities for connecting with the body in a gentle way and encourage healing. Through the practice of yoga we can become aware of our thoughts and feelings as well as different areas of the body that are in need of special care and attention. The practice of yoga can include asana (physical practice), conscious breath work, meditation and tools that can help improve your relationships. Trauma-Informed Yoga places each individual at the center of their experience. The yoga teacher simply acts as a guide and support on your journey. Some benefits of practicing Trauma-Informed Yoga are decreased anxiety, decreased feelings of helplessness, increased self-esteem, and increased feelings of peace and calm.

      Eve's primary focus is teaching from a compassionate lens and her intention is to respond to your specific needs. In our private sessions Eve will work with you to identify hopes and goals. Based on your goals Eve will offer a number of options in order to tailor a class just for you. It isn’t necessary to have any prior experience with yoga. Sessions can be done in person or virtually. Click here for more information or to book a session.

Sessions can also be done in a series of 4 weeks. Eve will connect with you prior to the first session to discuss specific hopes and goals. Based on your goals, Eve will structure a 4 week series and explore 1 theme per week with you. Included in the 4 week series are optional exercises to practice in between sessions and the opportunity to chat with Eve and get feedback. Sessions are 1 hour and 15 min. Click here for more information or to book a session.

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