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Learn About Trauma-informed Yoga with Hala Khouri

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Easy pose with arms crossed can create a sense of grounding and containment. IAN SPANIER In many yoga and healing circles, “trauma-informed” has become somewhat of a buzzword, referring to practices that are sensitive to the needs of—or specifically address the symptoms of—trauma survivors.

The foundational intentions of a trauma-informed yoga practice are to help you find a sense of grounding and support in your body, to connect to sensations in a safe way, and to use the practice to help you trust your body’s signals again.

This way, you can learn to self-regulate and find a sense of physical, emotional, and psychological safety, as well as presence and balance.

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