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Restoring Safety in the Body: A Trauma-Informed Approach to Yoga March 7

Updated: Jun 28, 2021

Beloved trauma-informed yoga trainer and counselor Janelle Railey from the Asheville Yoga Center and Big Sky Mind Counseling will offer "Restoring Safety in the Body. A Trauma-informed Approach to Yoga," a trauma-informed yoga workshop, at Rubber Soul Collective on March 7th from 11:30-3. Janelle has practiced psychotherapy with individuals and couples for over fifteen​ years. She is grateful to work in a capacity that is aligned with developing a greater understanding of and compassion for the human ​experience​. She has regularly offered trauma-informed yoga trainings at the Asheville Yoga Center as part of their 300-hour teacher training. She received BAs in English literature and psychology from the University of Illinois, a master's degree in ​contemplative psychotherapy from Naropa University and is currently a student at the Philadelphia School of Psychoanalysis. Her natural inquisitiveness has led her to complete trainings in ​somatic experiencing, ​sensorimotor ​psychotherapy, neurobiology, Ashtanga ​yoga, and ​perinatal ​psychology. She has practiced mindfulness meditation for over 20 years as a means of having a more direct experience with life. This workshop is open to anyone interested in practicing trauma-informed yoga, especially people who already are teaching yoga or engaged in other mind-body therapies. With questions or to register for the workshop email rubbersoulcollective at The cost for the workshop is $60. Space is limited. No continuing education credits are associated with the workshop.

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