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Virtual Trauma-Informed Yoga

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A private, virtual space to explore your mind-body connection with Tara Sanders.

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Trauma-informed yoga is based on a particular understanding of trauma, one that emphasizes its impact on the entire mind-body system. The hour long class is open to sexual assault survivors, anyone supporting survivors, and professionals working to support survivors with their healing. The class is accessible to all levels, including those needing to modify and/or practice in a chair. You will be guided through the practice with invitational language alongside a well rounded mix of physical movement, breathing, & mindfulness practices. Each class will conclude with Yoga Nidra, a deeply nourishing and relaxing guided meditation into the relaxation response.

Upon registering for the workshop, you will be given access to the Zoom link and password for you to anonymously attend in the safe and private virtual space. Please note, if you wish to register anonymously with your initials, you may do so. Upon virtual arrival, you'll be greeted by the host with the option of not ever turning on your video or audio. If at any time you need a space to ground, pause, or seek further support, our hotline will be available at 845-340-3442.

For more information on this class series, please contact Crime Victims Counselor & Educator, Amy Westberg at 845-332-5221.

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Organizer Ulster County Crime Victim Assistance Program

Organizer of Virtual Trauma-Informed Yoga

Crime Victims Assistance Program (CVAP) has been providing services to residents of Ulster County. This Program is specifically designed for recognizing the special needs, concerns and problems associated with being a victim of crime. All information is kept confidential and there is no pressure to prosecute. Using a survivor-centered approach, the agency provides comprehensive crime victims' services through our 24-hour sexual assault/domestic violence hotline, 845-340-3442. 

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