Dorie Silverman

Dorie Silverman

Comment(s) June 28, 2017

“Dorie Silverman’s first yoga experience in 1999 immediately shifted her relationship to years of depression. In her first class, she felt yoga’s power to transform us physically, emotionally, and energetically, and she began teaching so that she could share that experience of transformation. Dorie sees her yoga mat as an opportunity to to practice self-love […]Read More

manisha tare

Manisha Tare

Comment(s) June 14, 2015

“Manisha Tare, OTR/L, MPH, RYT, is a licensed occupational therapist and yoga teacher focused on healing and wellness. She specializes in CranioSacral Therapy and therapeutic yoga as her primary modalities to help people understand the connection between their minds and bodies. These modalities facilitate the release of old outdated patterns, address structural and energetic misalignment […]Read More

Tara Tonini

Tara Tonini

Comment(s) February 12, 2016

“Tara Tonini is a lover of nature, movement, color and creativity. Tara discovered yoga as a means of recovery from a relationship of domestic violence. Through her dedicated practice, yoga provided a way to reduce stress and regain strength and clarity in her daily life. Tara strives to build a community where survivors and teachers […]Read More

Greg Wieting

Greg Wieting

Comment(s) January 4, 2016

“Greg Wieting is a Certified BodyTalk Practitioner, Reiki Master Teacher, and Yoga & Meditation Instructor. Working with BodyTalk, a comprehensive healthcare system, allows Greg to provide personalized care that honors the precise needs of each client. Instead of a cookie cutter approach to healthcare, Greg addresses the unique makeup of each client. This ensures he […]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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