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NCVRW: Yoga & Trauma-Informed Meditation Part 2: Ground and Release
We all experience stress or obstacles on a daily basis; however, many of us are experiencing them in a greater and often chronic capacity. The intention of this class is to empower us to discharge previous stress activations that we were not able to process at the moment. Stored, unprocessed stressors build up and can manifest in the mind and body in a myriad of negative ways. In this practice, we will consciously take time to activate the body through an invigorating yoga flow (open to all levels of experience), then ground and release energetic blockages from our bodies through a guided meditation. No materials are needed, but a yoga mat or soft towel, water, and a pillow are encouraged.

Apr 22, 2021 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Lauren McGrath
Yoga Teacher @Mija Wellness & Healing
Lauren McGrath is a 200-hour Yoga Alliance Registered Yoga Teacher, with a personal yoga practice that's 11 years strong. She completed her Yoga Teacher Training in Bali in February of 2020. Today, Lauren teaches holistic healing practices through her brand, Mija Wellness & Healing. She works privately with individual clients, teaches corporate yoga classes, and hosts open virtual yoga classes every Sunday. Lauren views yoga as an empowering and sacred path to healing the Whole Self, in line with traditional yoga philosophy, which defines yoga as freedom from suffering. Her goal is to give you the tools to explore and release tension in the body so that you may live more freely and joyfully, allowing space to take the place of tension in the body, mind, and heart. May this practice empower you to move through discomfort, fear, and turmoil with an unshakable connection to the Whole Self—complete, confident, and candescent. Get in touch: mijawellness@gmail.com
Madison Alig
Meditation and Reiki Teacher @Sweet Mysteries
Madison Alig has been practicing mindfulness-based meditation daily for the last nine years. She is currently studying Social Work at Temple University. In addition to meditation, Madison also offers Reiki and sound bath meditations. These modalities and more have helped her thrive while living with chronic pain and PTSD. Madison works with individuals, corporate clients as well as leads a weekly class on The Nalaverse. She desires to teach and empower people to be their own healers from a trauma-aware framework. She hopes that by actively healing ourselves, that we can positively impact our immediate communities and humanity as a whole. Madison's intention with each practice is to cultivate courage, attentional awareness, and presence so that we may move through life with greater compassion, resiliency, and agency.