Date(s) - Sunday, November, 14, 2021
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Instructor(s): Cheryl Kravitz

We Can Be Brave While Brokenhearted: Yoga for Trauma and Anxiety

“We are the authors of our lives. We write our own daring endings.”

Dr. Brené Brown, Manifesto of the Brave and Brokenhearted


We have all been there…. feeling overwhelmed and unsure. We’ve been through months of isolation, distressing news cycles, personal grief, and emotional triggers.  The holiday season is coming up, a time that can spark pain. This workshop will help solidify the connection between mind and body. We are including poses for healing, readings, and breathwork. Please bring a journal. We will also complete vision boards. All levels of students are welcome to attend. Everything in the workshop is confidential. We are the authors of our own stories. We will work together and individually to empower ourselves and one another. You are not alone.

This workshop will take place in person, at our Takoma Park studio.


The Instructor: Cheryl Kravitz, APR, CFRE, RYT200, Cheryl Kravitz, APR, CFRE, RYT200plus learned early on that yoga is a universal language and has found the practice resonates with the diversity of students she teaches. A survivor of breast cancer and domestic violence, Cheryl understands the calming power of yoga and meditation, having experienced the results in her own life.   

She is a graduate of the Willow Street Yoga Teacher Training Program and received additional certification to teach yoga to survivors of trauma, restorative yoga, and yoga for brain longevity. Away from the mat, she is a certified diversity and inclusion trainer, a marketing and communication consultant, and a freelance writer. She has written extensively locally and nationally about the positive impact of yoga on the individual and community. 




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Location (If not specified, the class is online-only)
Takoma Park