Kimberly Johnson

Kimberly Johnson

Comment(s) July 3, 2012

“I found the path of yoga as salvation after being sexually assaulted in my first semester at Brown University. Soon after it became my life’s compass. I have studied yoga asana, meditation, the sacred texts and Vedic chanting intensively for the past 21 years. Along this healing path, I discovered the somatic arts of Structural […]Read More

Caitlin Lanier

Caitlin Lanier

Comment(s) March 1, 2015

“Caitlin’s intention when serving as a yoga guide is always to provide a safe and supportive space for folks to explore, experiment, and investigate how various yoga forms feel in their bodies. Ultimately, her hope is that through listening to the unique language and wisdom of their bodies, folks will be able to take their […]Read More

Ryan Maher

Ryan Maher

Comment(s) January 31, 2015

“Ryan Maher is a licensed and board certified psychotherapist in Chicago, IL and the creator of Inner World Therapy. He works with couples, adolescents, and adults navigating life stressors, conflicts, anxiety, depression, and general un-fulfillment. Specific concerns often include: relationships, identity, spirituality, grief, impulsive/compulsive patterns, sexuality, and major life transitions. Ryan also specializes in working with adults […]Read More

Alexis Marbach

Alexis Marbach

Comment(s) September 9, 2012

“All of Alexis Marbach’s Boston-based classes provide a space where students can be curious and explore their own range of motion, strength, and self-confidence and make empowered healing choices for themselves. As a member of The Breathe Network and Firefly Yoga, she uses a survivor-centered lens to offer yoga as a tool for trauma therapy […]Read More

Claire Mark

Claire Mark

Comment(s) July 13, 2013

“I have been a full time yoga instructor for over 15 years and in that time I have worked with many survivors of sexual violence. I think that yoga is a wonderful way to get people back in touch with their bodies. When a physical violation occurs a disconnect can happen and yoga is a […]Read More

Ryann Summers

Ryann Summers

Comment(s) March 2, 2014

“Ryann Summers is a San Francisco-based yoga teacher with a passion for the art of healing. She has a background in counseling, advocacy, and women’s health, and has worked extensively with English and Spanish-speaking survivors of sexual and domestic violence. She has been teaching yoga since 2010, when she and a colleague introduced a yoga […]Read More

Lara Veon

Lara Veon

Comment(s) August 1, 2012

“Lara is a body-inclusive psychotherapist in private practice. She holds a Master’s Degree in Community Counseling from Loyola University Chicago and a Masters Degree in Teaching from Webster University. She is also a Registered Yoga Teacher. Lara believes strongly that the integration of mind, body, and spirit in a therapeutic context provides profound opportunities for […]Read More

Paul Weitz

Paul Weitz

Comment(s) July 18, 2013

“I have worked with many people with varying conditions including physical issues, anxiety and depression, substance abuse recovery, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, trauma and others.  With twenty years of experience in the field of healing, I have supported thousands of people to find greater health and wholeness through the benefits of yoga and Thai bodywork.  […]Read More

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Zabie Yamasaki

Comment(s) August 21, 2012

“Zabie received her BA in Psychology and Social Behavior and Education at UC Irvine and her MA in Higher Education Administration at The George Washington University. She completed yoga teacher training through Core Power Yoga in Costa Mesa, CA and attended a 40 hour workshop in trauma-sensitive yoga instruction at the Kripalu Center for Yoga […]Read More