Free Gentle Yoga & Meditation to Release Trauma for Fire Survivors during April, May and June led by Hannah Caratti at YogaOne, 416 B St, Ste D, Santa Rosa
- Weekly Trauma Informed Yoga & iRest/Guided Meditation classes start April 3rd & 7th, 2018
- Tuesdays: 3:30-5:15pm
- Saturdays: 12:30 pm – 2 pm
iRest/Yoga Nidra is a guided meditation practice done lying down. It is a proven effective method for the release of trauma based on extensive research. It it very relaxing and soothing for the nervous system.
Online Registration is required for these free gentle yoga classes. Visit http://recamft.camp9.org/Current-Events and scroll down to “Trauma Informed Yoga” for the dates of your choice. You would need to register online for each class date.
These classes are intended for anyone who lost a home, business or loved one during the Northern CA Firestorms and you can go ahead and register at the recamft link above.
Community members can also be welcomed to these classes (even without being a fire survivor) and contacted if space is available 1-2 days prior to the class. To put your name on the wait-list, please contact Mary Dilillo at 707-290-2216 or email@example.com Mary will be one of the Teaching Assistants for this program.
Please share a link to this page with other fire survivors…Thank you!
iRest Founder, Richard Miller, Ph.D., to give iRest Intro as part of a Panel on Saturday, March 24 a 7pm at Congregation Shomrei Torah at 2600 Bennett Valley Road, Santa Rosa!
Saturday, March 24, 7:00 PM
Although the recent wildfires are out, and the rebuilding plans have begun, the emotional and psychological impact of the tragedy remains with us all. Join us for a forum of mental health professionals to address the impact of the fires on the community. We will provide psycho-education about trauma and grief as well as guidance on self-care techniques. This evening is for everyone, whether you lost a home or business, were evacuated, have a loved one who suffered or have your house intact but are feeling the emotional impact of the tragedy.
This event is FREE and open to the public. We hope you can join us at Congregation Shomrei Torah in Santa Rosa, as we all continue to support each other as we heal together!