The Journey to Heal

The Journey to Heal: Understanding Trauma-Sensitive Yoga

Comment(s) January 5, 2013

The Journey to Heal: Understanding Trauma-Sensitive Yoga Two of our practitioners with The Breathe Network, Alexis Marbach and Zabie Yamasaki, share their experiences and insights gained from attending the Justice Resource Institute’s Trauma Center’s trauma-sensitive yoga teacher training in this guest blog.  100 people. Five different continents. One mission: Transforming the lives of trauma victims through the […]Read More

the story behind the breathe network

The Story Behind The Breathe Network – Mommy Mystic Interview

Comment(s) August 2, 2012

The Story Behind The Breathe Network – Mommy Mystic Interview “Every trauma victim experiences a unique array of individual physical, emotional, psychological, and spiritual symptoms and I was really able to address all of them through these various healing arts modalities. Whether it was sleep disturbances and nightmares, tension or pain in a part of […]Read More

color therapy

Color and Healing – Guest Post by Diantha Harris

Comment(s) July 25, 2012

Color and Healing – Guest Post by Diantha Harris Years ago, when I began to study color as a healing tool, I did not realize that I was searching for my own deep healing.  I remember, though, that feeling I had when I first discovered that color packed a wallop far beyond that of the visual […]Read More

Transcending the Trauma of Sexual Violence with Yoga

Transcending the Trauma of Sexual Violence With Yoga

Comment(s) July 23, 2012

Transcending the Trauma of Sexual Violence With Yoga Sexual violence can impact every facet of a survivor’s life, including their physical, mental and spiritual health. Feminist philosopher Ann Cahill, PhD captures the pervasive, embodied nature of the trauma of rape in her book Rethinking Rape, explaining: “As a traumatic, violent, embodied experience, rape does not merely attack […]Read More

Integrated Healing for Survivors of Sexual Violence

Integrated Healing for Survivors of Sexual Violence – Radio Interview

Comment(s) May 24, 2012

The Founder and Executive Director of The Breathe Network, Molly Boeder Harris, is interviewed by host Diantha Harris on www.blogtalkradio.com discussing integrated healing for survivors of sexual violence. They explore what constitutes sexual violence or rather the spectrum of sexual violence, the impacts that sexual violence has on the body, mind and spirit, and innovative and […]Read More

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