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IN BALANCE 

A Coping Skills Group with Trauma-Informed Yoga
Led by Jessica "Jess" Fletcher, LPC, CTRLC, TCYM

 

Start your weekend with balancing your mind, body, and spirit. Welcome the sunrise and build connection in a safe and supportive group setting. Combining psychoeducation, movement, and reflection with gentle, trauma-conscious yoga practices and self-regulation tools. Topics include: coping skills, self-regulation, trauma-conscious yoga, and self-compassion.

Yoga derives from Sanskrit, meaning, "to yoke or join." Yoga practices offer opportunities to balance the body, mind, and spirit. While traumatic experiences often create disconnection, yoga may provide healing and reconnection. This 5-week coping skills group will teach self-regulation tools by combining psychoeducation with trauma-conscious yoga practices.

In this group, you will: 

  • Learn how trauma affects the body 

  • Learn how to identify dysregulation and your window of tolerance

  • Learn grounding tools to anchor to the present moment

  • Learn regulation tools to help your body find balance and relaxation

  • Learn asanas (poses), pranayama (breathing), mudras (hand gestures), meditations, and mindfulness tools aimed at regulating the body (both to relax and energize) and cultivate self-compassion and compassion. 

 

Your facilitator:

 

Jessica "Jess" Fletcher is a licensed psychotherapist (LPC), certified clinical trauma specialist (CCTS), and certified trauma and resilience life coach (CTRLC). She is also certified in the Trauma-Conscious Yoga Method.

Costs:

5 Consecutive Sessions (75-minutes on Saturday mornings) for $150

Registration:

Rolling open enrollment. Please note a minimum of 2 people (maximum 5) is required for group.

 

Contact Jess Fletcher directly at jessica@createhealthysynergy.com or 480-206-6949.

***Please note this is a psychoeducation group incorporating somatic yoga practices; this is NOT a psychotherapy group, which would be focused on the therapeutic relationship and interpersonal group relationships. This is also different from Western yoga classes focusing on physical poses and fitness.  Referrals for psychotherapists and/or yoga classes with registered yoga teachers (RYTs) can be provided upon request.***