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Embodied Healing – Meet Our Teaching Team

Comment(s) March 28, 2020

Embodied Healing – Meet Our Teaching Team The Breathe Network’s course, Embodied Healing: Trauma-Informed Yoga and Meditation for Sexual Assault Survivors, is co-taught by a team of 16 instructors, all of whom are seasoned professionals in the realms of trauma, psychology, sexual assault, yoga, and meditation. We have designed this course to be an accessible and […]Read More

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Bridging Advocacy and Healing through Trauma-Informed Care Education

Comment(s) March 1, 2020

Bridging Advocacy and Healing through Trauma-Informed Care Education The body of research attesting to the benefits of holistic approaches to healing trauma grows daily. Leaders at the forefront of psychology, trauma resilience and neuroscience recommend integrating mind, body and soul into recovery, as trauma can impact a person’s entire organism, and therefore, their entire inner and outer […]Read More

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Shining a Trauma-Informed Lens on Yoga: Savasana

Comment(s) July 12, 2015

Shining a Trauma-Informed Lens on Yoga: Savasana There are many reasons why someone who has survived trauma may have difficulty in yoga classes and may dramatically benefit from their teacher incorporating a trauma-informed lens into their instruction. In this video, Molly Boeder Harris focuses specifically on the challenges of Savasana (corpse pose) and how invoking […]Read More

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A Yogic Perspective on the Natural Intelligence of Healing

Comment(s) June 4, 2015

A Yogic Perspective on the Natural Intelligence of Healing An Interview with Kristin Laak In the last few decades, our country is increasingly accepting of the wisdom that trauma lands not solely in the mind, yet may also permeate throughout the entire physical body – and for some, create a wound on the soul. For […]Read More

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Creating Physical and Emotional Boundaries in Yoga Teleseminar

Comment(s) January 5, 2015

Creating Physical and Emotional Boundaries in Yoga Teleseminar In this live interview, “Creating Physical and Emotional Boundaries in Yoga Teleseminar” The Breathe Network spoke with Nina Jackson, the creator of the Yoga Flip-Chip and Alexis Marbach, a trauma-informed yoga instructor and Flip Chip Ambassador, about the inspiration behind this innovative tool and its usefulness for enhancing both […]Read More

Molly Boeder Harris

Molly Boeder Harris

Comment(s) December 10, 2012

“Molly Boeder Harris (she/her) is the Founder and Executive Director of The Breathe Network, a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner, and a trauma-informed yoga teacher and trainer. Her own experiences surviving sexual trauma catalyzed her to enter the trauma healing field in 2003, beginning with her work as a medical and legal advocate with children and adult […]Read More

Merril Doty

Merril Doty

Comment(s) January 27, 2020

“Merril Doty is a trauma-informed Yoga practitioner, Reiki master, dancing artist and sex and consent educator, with over 15 years of teaching experience.” Contact Information: Email: merril@sacredsacralhealing.com | Website: www.sacredsacralhealing.com | Facebook: @sacralmerril | Instagram: @sacred_sacral | Practice Location: Chicago, IL Practice Information About Merril Doty She received her 200-hour RYT Yoga training in 2015 through  Yoga […]Read More

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Em Kianka

Comment(s) December 21, 2016

“I first fell in love with Yoga when I was 17, when I opted out of mandatory physical education in high school to take a new hybrid class called “Piloga” (Pilates + Yoga). Although I would not have used the same vocabulary at the time, it was my first exposure to the healing effects of […]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

Jamie Marich

Jamie Marich

Comment(s) February 3, 2015

“Jamie Marich’s friends and colleagues describe her as a renaissance woman. A dancer, musician, performer, writer, recovery ambassador, clinical counselor, expressive arts therapist and Reiki Master Teacher, Marich unites these elements of her experience to achieve an ultimate mission: bringing the art and joy of healing to others. Marich began her career in human services working […]Read More

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