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
It starts when we’re children. “Who’s your Valentine?”, parents ask. And then, “Who are you giving your Valentine to?”, teachers wonder. And years later, “Who are you spending Valentine’s Day with?”, friends inquire. The day has created this expectation that
"The teacher placed their open palm on my lower abdomen and forcefully adjusted my pelvis without asking permission. I never knew when the teacher would come around. After 15 years of yoga classes, I considered abandoning my practice." -Trauma Informed
The following content was written by Janet Lowndes at Mind Body Well and has been cross-posted with permission. For the original article, see here.
The language of ‘body image’ is common in our culture of attention to appearance, and lately, conversation
Several years ago I had an experience that changed my teaching for good. I had been teaching Yoga for about three years, when one day I arrived to teach my class and realized I had left my lesson plan at
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