We will be engaging in several efforts throughout National Eating Disorders Awareness Week which takes place February 26th-March 4th. Our intention is to help raise awareness about the serious nature of eating disorders and to help direct those affected to receive the help they need
Something has happened.
It sounds as if I'm a victim. When I'm victim, it's usually because of my own unreal expectations. And maybe it's true in this present time. Because, I expected more from our country and for our country.
When I first started practicing yoga, I would hear teachers say things like, “Notice what’s happening in your big toe,” or “How deeply are you breathing right now?,” and I’d just laugh inside and move along.
I thought this was just
Trauma-Informed Lens Yoga believes CONSENT matters, WORDS matter, ACTIONS matter, ATTITUDES matter, KNOWLEDGE matters, POWER DYNAMICS matter, KINDNESS matters, AWARENESS matters, CONSIDERATION matters, PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY matters and TRAUMA-INFORMED PRACTICE in public yoga classrooms matters.
Gwen Soffer and Melissa Lucchesi of Trauma-Informed Lens
Although I have never been officially diagnosed with an eating disorder, I have struggled with body image and disordered eating for years. There were times when I refused to eat anything containing even a gram of fat. I thought if
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