A UNIQUE KIND OF YOGA CLASS - #itstimetoheal
DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY FOR SURVIVORS OF TRAUMA
The #metoo and #timesup movements have empowered people to speak out, they have elevated the conversation around domestic and sexual violence, and they've made it clear that these issues aren’t just women’s issues. They’re human issues, business issues, community issues, and public health issues. Now, it's #timetoheal.
Join us for a one hour long trauma informed yoga class designed specifically for survivors of domestic violence / sexual assault but open to all. Students will be invited to connect their mind and body through breath and movement. Classes include breathing exercises, yoga poses and guided relaxation.
- Every Sunday in April 11:30am - 12:30pm
- No experience necessary
- Wear any comfortable clothes
- Yoga mats provided
- Email email@example.com with any questions!
Classes on April 1st, 15th, 22nd & 29th will be taught by Ashley Antler
Ashley Antler committed to a regular yoga practice as a way to heal from a running injury. After consistent practice, she discovered the wide-ranging emotional and physical benefits of yoga. Driven by a curiosity to deepen her own practice, as well as a desire to guide others in discovering the mind-body benefits of yoga, she became a certified teacher. By day, Ashley is an attorney, with expertise advising clients in the healthcare industry, both at large law firms, and “in-house” at a healthcare start-up. An enthusiastic runner and athlete, Ashley has, through Achilles International, participated as a running guide for blind and disabled runners in the New York City Marathon and other road races, which brings her great joy. She holds a B.A. from Brown University and a J.D. from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. Ashley believes deeply in the power of movement to heal and empower, and is grateful for the opportunity to support others on their journeys.