Liberation, Restoration, and Communion: Honoring, celebrating, and embodying the themes of Juneteenth with Eva Ludwig
Join us as we celebrate Juneteenth by taking the time to tune into and honor our bodies in this Black Client Service Series led by Eva Ludwig.
Eva Ludwig, MSSW, is a Therapist, Yoga Teacher, and Meditation Guide. Over the years of teaching yoga both privately and in group classes, Eva began to witness the extraordinary power of restoring the nervous system and its ripple effect on healing. When she would work with clients to release the pains and aches held in their bodies, something incredible would happen: shift. Her clients would often recall memories, images, and sensations and feel compelled to share them with Eva. It was this work that led her to pursue a master's in social work, with a concentration in trauma treatment, to be able to explore and assist in deeper trauma healing. Eva has worked in psychiatric facilities, addiction treatment centers, and the Sexual Assault Center.
Eva continues to explore the ways in which she can intersect ancient healing and movement practices with modern modalities with the goal to inspire and empower clients - with special attention to healing intergenerational, complex, and developmental trauma in Black, Indigenous, and Communities of Color - by employing a holistic whole-body approach so that they may be an igniting force of intergenerational healing.