Description: The main objective of this class is to help participants practice feeling safe and comfortable in their bodies, to learn skills to regulate difficult emotions, and to direct attention away from constant worry or negative thought loops by noticing sensations as they occur in the body in the present moment.
Where and when: Every Tuesday from 6:30-7:30 PM
*Note: There will be no class on 12/27/16 and 1/3/17
3730 Kirby Dr., Floor 2, suite 220 (Conference Room)
Cost: $20 per single class,
$90 per 5 class package,
$170 per 10 class package
* You have 6 months from the time you purchase your package to utilize it. You do not have to attend consecutive classes if you have a package, as long as you complete your classes within the 6 month period.
What to expect:
* A class appropriate for every age, sexual orientation, gender identity, body shape and physical ability
* A class where the main focus is on experiencing bodily sensations rather than achieving a pose
* NO hands-on physical assists and a non-competitive healing environment
* Simple physical movements that emphasize your capacity to make choices on what to do with your body based on how you feel
REGISTRATION PRIOR TO CLASS IS REQUIRED. Class is capped at a certain number of participants to preserve safety of the group. Participants are required to register online prior to class or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to register and pay in person on the day of the class.
Please plan to arrive 20 minutes early to your first class. You will be asked to sign a waiver form and complete an intake form and receive information about this style of yoga.
*Arrive 10-15 minutes early to allow for some grounding time, you do not need to talk to other participants unless you want to.
*Wear any comfortable clothes you can move in, no specific yoga clothes required
*Yoga can be done on a chair or mat. I will have some mats to lend, but bring your own if you prefer
***NOTE: Starting to inhabit the body can be emotionally activating. It is recommended that you be involved in Psychotherapy in addition to this class, especially if you have complex trauma or PTSD. This class is adjunctive, NOT meant to be trauma treatment by itself, nor is it meant to substitute mental health treatment***