In this 65 minute practice, Laura guides you through a progression of movements. You’ll warm up through the movements, be challenged in certain stretches but all the while you are encouraged to move at your own pace, skip poses that don’t speak to you and have compassion for your body. Laura provides cues that describe each pose, so you don’t need prior yoga experience or knowledge of terminology.
Here’s a special note from Laura about how you can apply a trauma conscious approach to your yoga practice.
Thank you for sharing my practice! I wanted to share a few ways that you could incorporate trauma-consciousness into your class. I recommend starting, with one or two tips and go from there. Make sure it feels authentic to you, take what you love and leave what you don’t.
Tips to make your class more trauma-conscious:
Again, thank you for sharing my practice. I am humbled and grateful to the Setu Community and all the beautiful yogis out there, do your thing and spread it with love!
In you want others to be happy, practice compassion.
If you want to be happy, practice compassion.
Mahalo Nui Loa,
New York City, NY, United States
Aloha! My classes are casual and personal. We always start with reflection and creating space and then we move, together. Class can vary from fast vinyasa to props and focused, it really is up to the student. I completed my 200hr at Laughing Lotus Brooklyn and certification in trauma conscious yoga from Liberation Prison Yoga. I also teach a weekly classes at the transgender unit in the NYC jail.View profile ›