Our Baltimore-based nonprofit organization is dedicated to providing trauma research, education, and healing through trauma-informed yoga.
Currently, we offer free trauma-informed yoga programs in partner agencies. Each series is catered to a specific demographic. For example, we have a class designed for those coping with grief and loss of a loved one, and a class designed for those overcoming addiction.
Our work includes, and is not limited to: torture survivors, veterans, refugees, neglected children, domestic and sexual abuse survivors, previously incarcerated individuals, those struggling with mental disorders such as anxiety, depression, or bipolar disorder, those over coming chemical dependency, recovering addicts, individuals struggling with body distortion, and survivors of traumatic accidents
In year one we launched in Baltimore. In our second year two we spread to 10 more cities, and in year three we will be offering resources in 33 cities across the US.
In our first year we launched many trauma trainings; a trauma informed yoga teacher training, a trauma sensitive care CEU training for mental health care providers, professional development for school teachers, a CEU training for firefighters and first responders.
Currently we are developing a trauma training for prison guards, police officers, breath workers, and nurses.