During this time of quarantine, domestic, intimate partner, and sexual violence cases are rising, crisis hotlines are seeing an increase in volume, and centers are at capacity. Movement restrictions aimed to stop the spread of the coronavirus are making violence in homes more frequent, more severe, and more dangerous. Prior to the pandemic, this nonprofit had been holding in-person programs and yoga sessions to its participants. Now, they have brought their trauma-informed classes online.
You and your team can support their critical work while enhancing the wellbeing of your organization by joining a 45-minute online mat or chair (your choice) yoga session.
The yoga session will help attendees to connect with their body and breath. Through this slow-paced practice, they will tap into inner calm and resilience that will serve them throughout the rest of their week.