We Can Be Brave While Brokenhearted: Yoga for Trauma and Anxiety During the Holidays with Cheryl Kravitz

We Can Be Brave While Brokenhearted: Yoga for Trauma and Anxiety During the Holidays with Cheryl

“We are the authors of our lives, we write our own daring endings.”
Dr. Brené Brown, Manifesto of the Brave and Brokenhearted

Year’s end can be filled with tension. Old patterns of negative behavior might emerge and our ability to cope is diminished. The final days of the year can bring feelings of being overwhelmed, depression, and loneliness. Symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress can rise.

This workshop will solidify the connection between mind and body. We are including poses for healing, readings and breathwork. All levels of students are welcome to attend.

We will become the authors of our own story. We will work together and individually to empower ourselves and one another during a time that can be fraught with tension. Please bring a journal to the workshop.

Date, Time and Location

Sat, Dec 29, 2018: 3–5pm in Takoma Park

Registration Options

REGISTER – $30.00

Instructor(s)

Cheryl Kravitz, APR, CFRE, RYT200. Cheryl is a graduate of the Willow Street Yoga Teacher Training Program and received additional certification to teach yoga to survivors of trauma, restorative yoga and yoga for brain longevity. She teaches specialized yoga to people with injuries, survivors of abuse, individuals with dementia and caregivers. She has taught yoga to college students with learning differences, members of the military and, with a translator, individuals whose first language is not English.

Meeting people where they are on the mat and throughout life is Cheryl’s mantra. She learned early on that yoga is a universal language and has found the practice resonates with the diversity of students she teaches. Her classes and workshops are infused with humor and compassion.