workshops, consultancies, training, and classes

Free online practice for refugee, asylee, and immigrant support

Facilitators with the Center for Trauma and Embodiment are offering a week of free TCTSY practices September 23rd-27th.

Click here for the schedule and how to participate.

Join me on Friday at 12:00.

education and embodiment workshops

Donation-based, public, 1-hour workshops designed to help us get to know one-another, learn about trauma and embodiment, try some TCTSY, ask questions, and begin co-creating.

  • Healing Body, Brain, and Spirit After Trauma

    • An educational and participatory workshop

    • Learn what trauma is through an introduction to trauma theory, attachment theory, and neuroscience

    • Deepen your understanding of how trauma might affect our bodies, brains, minds, and communities

    • Explore how involving our bodies in recovery can support resiliency and transformation

    • Identify body-based practices that are safe and accessible to trauma survivors

Check back for upcoming workshops, or email to schedule at your location

training and consultation

  • Trauma Resiliency Best Practice Training

    Tailored workshops to help you and your staff or clients:

    • Understand and recognize trauma in

      • individuals,

      • family or organizational systems, and

      • social structures that affect your mission

    • Recognize the effects of trauma for more accurate, appropriate, and accessible program design and operation

    • Learn how matters of diversity, discrimination, identity, and access are related to trauma and affect your mission and the health or your organization and employees

    • Explore trauma-informed best practices to improve operations

  • Trauma and Accessibility Organization Evaluation:

    • Trauma-informed best practice evaluation of one or more programs and/or policies

    • Internal and/or external stakeholder interviews to identify strengths and areas for development

    • Development of a trauma-informed organizational or programmatic theory of change

    • Recommendations for improvement of operations, outputs, outcomes, and/or impact

    • Development of measurable indicators and a monitoring framework to hold staff and leadership accountable and track change

    • Ongoing support

yoga practice series

Closed-group series of five classes for five consecutive weeks. Registration closes the day before the series begins. New participants should plan to talk with me at least one week ahead of time for 15-30 minutes (in person or on the phone). See How to Begin.

  • Gentle Yoga for Mindfulness

    • 6-week gentle yoga class incorporating mindfulness techniques.

    • This yoga is intended for everyone regardless of ability. We do not focuses on yoga poses, corrective poses or even yoga 'language'.

    • This class will allow you to experience yoga as it is intended for mindfulness and nervous system restoration.

    • Perfect for those wanting to learn about stress reduction and to reduce mental health symptoms.

Tuesdays, September 17th - October 21st

6:00 - 7:15PM

Cardinal Point 130 Main St, Menasha, Wisconsin 54952

Check out the event on Facebook.

Reserve your space here.

individualized yoga sessions

  • Tailored to your physical ability and interests.

  • Responsive to your personal history, mental health needs, cultural values and practices, and healing, resiliency, and/or justice aspirations.

  • We work together to adapt the sessions over time as your needs and intentions change.

Call or email me to schedule your personalized sessions for an individual, couple, or small group.


I am committed to making TCTSY and trauma resiliency support accessible and to a justice view of financial wellbeing.

This means that I need to cover expenses and receive enough compensation to support my own financial stability and mental and physical health.

And, compensation does not always need to be financial.

Many services are donation-based. When my basic costs are already covered, I am open to exchange of services or goods instead of money, and I offer spaces for free to folks who are not currently able to give.

Contact Me

If you would like to register for an offering, schedule a training or consultation, or if you have feedback, questions, or concerns, I want to hear from you.  Please use the form below, email me directly at, call (812) 650-2689, or schedule individual or group yoga classes through Cardinal Point in Menasha, WI.

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