Event

Trauma Sensitive Yoga

Thursday, December 5, 2019 18:00to19:00
OSVRSE Office, ) 550 Sherbrooke W. suite 585 (West tower elevators 1-11) | Montréal, Québec | H3A 1B9, CA
Trauma Sensitive Yoga

Free for McGill members, these sessions are designed as an alternative to traditional yoga practices. Trauma Sensitive Yoga has foundations in trauma theory, attachment theory and Hatha Yoga practice, with an emphasis on body-based yoga forms and breathing practices.

The classes will be guided by Jen Wende, a certified yoga therapist with over 1000 hours of alignment-based training. She specializes in creating classes which explore new pathways for building distress tolerance, resilience, autonomy and growth of the participants. Through yoga asana and meditation, participants will be encouraged to move at an easeful pace for self-observation of their bodies, minds and breath.

Through yoga asana and meditation, participants will be encouraged to move at a pace which encourages self-observation of their bodies, minds and breath. All skill and experience levels welcome. We start where you are today.

All Classes are free but SPACE IS LIMITED.
RSVP to reserve your spot today.

Blocks and water will be provided. Please bring your own mats!

Accessibility:
There is an elevator to take you to the 5th floor. Wheelchair accessible washrooms can be found on the main floor, but not on the 5th floor. The washrooms on the 5th floor are accessible by a small set of stairs and are not gender neutral.

This space is also scent free, please refrain from wearing any strong perfumes or scented products.

If you have any accessibility concerns, please feel free to email osvrse [at] mcgill.ca (.)

We are proud to announce that the OSVRSE yoga workshop has been certified as a Bronze McGill Sustainable Event by the McGill Office of Sustainability. To achieve this certification, we implemented actions such as including voices of diverse populations in our event’s content, ensuring that the event location was as free from physical barriers as possible, and set community ground rules (e.g., asking questions, sharing pronouns, sharing access needs).

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