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Trauma-Informed Yoga for Women

Trauma-informed yoga for women has been implemented in juvenile centers, rehabilitation centers, and hospitals for victims of abuse and trauma.

In fact, this yoga study demonstrates significant changes in Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) scores and other areas of well-being.

How trauma-informed yoga can help with PTSD and trauma

Trauma-informed yoga is slightly different from regular gym yoga. 

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How Trauma Can Spark Activism

Trauma hurts.  Trauma can cause pain, anger (even rage), depression, and self-harm.  Importantly, trauma can spark activism because trauma can transform victims into survivors. More often than not, survivors of traumatic experiences have stories to tell and lessons to teach.

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Trauma can activate a passion for social justice and change.   

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Criminalization of Women’s Trauma


The criminalization of women’s trauma is something that we should all be aware of.  Women and girls’

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Domestic Violence: Finding Love After Trauma

Re-victimization. It’s a fancy word used to describe secondary negative consequences that have been caused by an initial trauma. Post-traumatic stress: the combined flashbacks and anxiety triggered by vivid memories of the initial trauma.

According to the National Coalition against Domestic Violence, one in three American women will experience intimate partner violence at least once in their lives.

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Racism Increases Health Problems and Disease

Sisterhood Agenda Racism increases Health Problems And Disease Article

Racism increases health problems and disease leading to health disparities, higher incidents of debilitation, and premature death.

A HEALTHY SISTERHOOD IS AN EMPOWERED SISTERHOOD
Being Black is a risk factor

Health disparities are real, impacting individuals, families, and our communities.  The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) describes health disparities as “preventable differences in the burden of disease,

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