I have depression, anxiety, and PTSD, which can make me feel disconnected from my body and the present moment. Yoga helps me to feel more embodied. When I practice yoga, I feel calmer, I sleep better, and I become more confident in accessing my own inner resources and resilience
If you knew what it’s like to be in prison, then you would know how much we value Sea Change Yoga
I have always struggled with ADD, anxiety, and worries. Since practicing with Sea Change Yoga, for the first time in my life I don’t struggle with any of that. It’s changed my whole life.
This trauma-informed yoga approach brought to our residents by Sea Change Yoga is enhancing the recovery of the men who live here exponentially.
Sea Change Yoga made a huge difference in my life at the Women’s Re-entry Center. Being in jail was so hard, but having yoga classes twice a week had a serious impact in my life and in my spirit. I took that practice back to my room and shared it with other inmates. I got other people to join the group classes. The impact of those yoga classes was powerful and it really helped me to transition back to the community when I was released.
Healing and grieving has never been something I knew how to do in a healthy way. I have discovered yoga is a healthy healing and coping skill I can utilize now.