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Openview Yoga

With Keri Sawyer

"An authentic yoga practice is anything that nourishes an individual so that they can truly befriend themselves." - Donna Farhi 

Yoga Classes Online 

Women's Trauma Sensitive Yoga

4 Week Series, Monday's 5:30pm PST, Oct 4,11,18,25


The gentle yoga series is specifically developed for those who suffer from PTSD or trauma. Our focus will be on movement and breath practices that help to heal the nervous system. We can practice present moment awareness within while making choices based on what we feel. We strive to make our classes accessible to everyone regardless of physical ability. These sessions follow the Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Modality developed by the Trauma Center in Boston MA.

Yoga & Movement 

Practice can include short meditation, hatha yoga forms, core exercises, movement and breathing practices. Participants can gain strength, balance, flexibility, stability, and resilience though a slow strong and warming class. Trauma Informed 


*Build Strength and Core Strength

* Decrease stress and balance the nervous system

*Build Stability and Flexibility

* Participate in mindful movement gaining resilience, focus and concentration

*Sustainable approach to health and vitalization while preventing injury *Slower approach to elevate/deepen your practice

*build a relationship with your body and with yourself 

Befriending Your Body Yoga


As we slow down and take some time with yoga forms, our minds slow down and our nervous systems may also find more balance. You're welcome to build more flexibility and strength along with experiencing a felt sense of your body. Your invited to take some time and space to make choices based on what you feel within your own body. This class is an empowerment based gentle hatha yoga that is Trauma Informed. 

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