Life can sometimes ask more of us than is reasonable to cope with and carry on unchanged. When that happens, we’ve experienced trauma.

Yoga can offer a way gently to greet the effects of trauma held in our bodies, explore small opportunities for care and transformation, and touch our strength, joy, and wholeness.

 
 
Photo credit to incredible meditation and mindfulness teacher, photographer, and human  Joy Jordan .

Photo credit to incredible meditation and mindfulness teacher, photographer, and human Joy Jordan.

Hi, I’m Heather.

If you’d like, we could explore being here, however we are, together.

We might try moving our bodies. Or, perhaps you’d prefer stillness. You might notice how it feels to be in your body. Or, maybe you don’t want to feel anything at all. It’s all perfectly okay.

You don’t need to tell me your story or follow my lead. This is your experience and your choice. Whatever you choose, you are welcome here.

trauma resiliencY

Trauma is hard, and it is tiring. It is also open to transformation, and it is only one aspect of who we are.

Learn more about trauma

Yoga for trauma resiliency

Clinical and therapeutic perspectives

offerings

To explore being in your body - especially after trauma - is brave. I offer guided opportunities and support.

About Heather

How to Begin

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