Events and Workshops
“If you bring forth that which is within you, then that which is within you will be your salvation. If you do not bring forth that which is within you, then that which is within you will destroy you.”
– The Gnostic Gospels
Embodied Healing -
Trauma Informed Yoga Series
September 23rd and 30th, October 7th, 21st and 28th, and November 4th
4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
The Healing Therapy Alliance
55 Eglinton Avenue East, Suite 507
Facilitated by Lisa Mitchell, M.Ed, RYT, Psychotherapist in Training
Yoga is an ancient system promoting healing and wellness of the physical, emotional, and energetic bodies. Yoga is a powerful tool to help integrate the whole self through physical movements, breathing, and mindful attention.
Trauma can occur through events that threaten our life or body. It can also occur through ordinary events that exceed our ability to cope. To heal from trauma, a connection must be made to oneself, including one’s body. Yoga encourages this process. With Lisa’s guidance, you will practice cultivating a more positive relationship with your body through mindfulness, breathing, and gentle postures. No yoga experience is required. Breathing and moving exercises will be gentle and accessible for most people.
In classes, you will:
Invite mindful curiosity and compassion for your experience
Cultivate a more positive relationship with your body
Develop a relationship with your breath
Practice grounding to build a sense of safety and stability
Discover a sense of centre
Make choices that serve you
Each class is one hour and there is space for a maximum of five participants. This is a closed group and no new comers will be permitted once the series begins.
To register, contact Lisa Mitchell by September 16th at email@example.com.
Before the group starts, Lisa will set up a short telephone call to discuss participation. Payment of $180 is required by September 18th in order to participate. E-transfer funds to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A yoga mat if you have one, otherwise one will be provided.
A water bottle.
Wear loose, comfortable clothes.
Lisa has been on her own healing journey for many years. She is a proud survivor of addiction, anxiety and breast cancer.Lisa has been practicing yoga for close to twenty years and has been teaching for over ten. Yoga and mindfulness have helped Lisa reclaim health and wholeness in her own life.