After months of planning I am so excited to introduce trauma informed yoga in Bushwick brought to you by Exhale to Inhale!
Exhale to Inhale empowers those affected by domestic violence and sexual assault to transform their lives. ETI uses the healing practice of trauma informed yoga to empower survivors, while helping communities to develop skills and knowledge to support them.
They believe that survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault can feel strong and safe in their bodies, and when they do, they can step out of the cycle of violence in their families and communities.
Exhale to Inhale brings yoga to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault in New York, Connecticut, and Los Angeles through free weekly classes at shelters and community-based organizations. By providing access to trauma informed yoga, Exhale to Inhale offers a valuable resource to an underserved community.
Exhale to Inhale was founded in 2013 by Zoë LePage. Zoë first conceived of ETI when she was a senior at Barnard College and had been practicing yoga for several years. Zoë’s vision: bring the healing power of yoga to survivors of intimate partner violence, especially those who would most benefit from the practice, yet might not otherwise have access to it. Armed with a mission statement, Zoë partnered with yoga studios, and community organizations. Within four months, she had a roster of teachers willing to donate their time and had launched weekly yoga classes in three locations. Exhale to Inhale has continued to expand to more locations, develop new relationships and forge partnerships throughout the country.
Join us for this one hour long yoga class for female survivors of domestic violence / sexual assault. Students will be invited to connect their mind and body through breath and movement. Classes include breathing exercises, yoga poses and guided relaxation.
No experience necessary
Wear any comfortable clothes
Yoga mats provided
You must pre-register for this class!
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Taught by Corinne Cappelletti
Corinne Cappelletti completed Yoga Teacher Training at Kula Yoga Project, and holds an MFA in Modern Dance from University of Utah. Corinne teaches Hatha-based Vinyasa, specializing in Meditation, Restorative and Therapeutic Yoga. She is honored to share her curiosity and passion for the body-mind connection with ETI.
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