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These 45 minute sessions will help relieve your body of the effects of trauma and simultaneously build resilience. No experience required!
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Sat Sep 23 2023
<div>These 45 minute sessions will help relieve your body of the effects of trauma and simultaneously build resilience. No experience required!</div><div style="margin-top: 20px"><div style="margin: 20px 10px;font-size: 15px;line-height: 22px;font-weight: 400;text-align: left;"><p>TRY stands for one of two things: Trauma Recovery Yoga because it'll help relieve your body of the physiological effects of trauma; and Total Resilience Yoga because you'll simultaneously recover/ build resilience. The practice is trauma-informed, removing any obvious triggers, and is built on a foundation of self-regulation. Participants usually feel a deep sense of calm and peace after the practice, and this is all science based, as we are intentionally soothing the nervous system. </p><p>The four main pillars of TRY are: </p><p>1. Presence: experiencing the present moment;</p><p>2. Empowerment: exercising choice;</p><p>3. Resilience: taking effective action;</p><p>4. Mindfulness: creating internal rhythms and positive affirmations.</p><p>Come as you are; just you and your mat. This practice is for all levels of mobility, and no experience is required. </p><p>About Me: My name is Brenda, and I've been teaching TRY for a couple years now. I began teaching in homeless shelters and to immigrant and refugees in Chicago, then in a refugee camp in Greece. I am now doing humanitarian work in Iraqi-Kurdistan and teaching the children's sequence at a local orphanage. </p><p>These classes are donation-based, pay what you can, and if you can't swing it right now, show up anyways! The self-regulation tools in this practice saved me, which I'll tell you more about in our time together. Part of my mission is sharing these tools with you!</p><p><strong>***Upon registration, I will email you the ZOOM link.***</strong></p><p>Feel free to email me with questions prior to class. See you on your mat!</p><p><strong>Email</strong>: firstname.lastname@example.org</p><p><strong>Venmo</strong>: Brenda-Hershey</p><p>XX</p></div></div>
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