This is a wonderful website that allows you to search for studios and yoga teachers that offer free classes for veterans. Check it out!
Baby and Me Yoga is every Wednesday from 2-3:30 at Namaste in OB. All caregivers and their babies are welcome. No experience necessary. Only $8 per class. Hope to see you soon!
Come join me in meditation every other Sunday at PB Yoga and Healing Arts starting on November 25th. The class is donation based and open to all levels of meditation practitioners. No experience necessary. Namaste.
So happy to see the media paying attention to the success of mind-body therapies in treating trauma symptoms with Veterans and military members.
Baby and Me Yoga every Wednesday. Hope to see you there!
I am available for private coaching sessions in dance, yoga, and cheerleading. You can conveniently book appointments with me through CoachUp. Hope to hear from you soon!
I will be teaching Baby and Me Yoga on Wednesday, September 19 from 2-3:30 at Namaste in OB. All caregivers and their babies are welcome. No yoga experience necessary. Come, relax, and bond with your baby through yoga. Hope to see you there!
I would like to offer yoga services to active duty military and Veterans in the San Diego area. I am a board certified dance/movement therapist and registered yoga instructor. I currently teach yoga and meditation to active duty military in a residential substance abuse program. I find that many of these individuals come to treatment with resistance and preconceived notions about yoga. The majority of them leave treatment loving yoga and wanting to continue practicing after they leave. I believe that a yoga class just for military and Veterans might ease some of the fear and uncertainty about practicing yoga in the civilian world.
If there is interest in this area, please feel free to respond to this blog or contact me individually. I look forward to hearing from you!
It is nice to see that there is continued attention in the media on how yoga and meditation has been helpful to service men and women in coping with combat symptoms. Yoga Helps Soldiers with PTSD