Monique Minahan

Monique Minahan

Comment(s) January 26, 2020

“Monique Minahan teaches flow-style yoga classes that blend whole-brain movement with movement grounded in yoga biomechanics. She addresses and allows for the whole human experience in her classes, ultimately honoring the innate healing ability of every human being and every human body. Her niche is teaching yoga that welcomes grief.” Contact Information: Email: thegriefpractice@gmail.com | Website: […]Read More

Caroline Pegram

Caroline Pegram

Comment(s) December 30, 2020

“Caroline Pegram is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker & Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga Facilitator. I completed my graduate studies at UNC Chapel Hill. She received her 300 hour Yoga Teacher Certification from Asheville Community Yoga – a nonprofit, donation-based studio in Asheville, NC. She has had the great fortune of putting both her educational […]Read More

Shelley Pentony

Shelley Pentony

Comment(s) September 14, 2020

“Shelley Pentony, E-RYT 500, YACEP, received her initial Trauma Informed Yoga training with Zabie Yamasaki through Transcending Trauma through Yoga. She has also received extensive training in Ayurveda & Pranayama with Larissa Carlson, former Dean of Kripalu School of Ayurveda. Shelley received both her 200 & 300 Hour RYT certificates through Sol Yoga Studio. Over […]Read More

Ryann Summers

Ryann Summers

Comment(s) March 2, 2014

“Ryann Summers is a trauma-informed yoga teacher based in San Francisco, CA. Her background is in counseling and advocacy for survivors of sexual and domestic violence. She teaches private sessions, workshops, and teacher trainings, with a mission to create a safe and supportive environment for embodied movement. Ryann believes trauma-informed yoga is all about choice.” […]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

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