Yoga as Healing will explore reconnection to the self through mind, body, and spirit. This group will provide survivors of sexual violence a means of becoming reacquainted with their bodies, help to become grounded in the present moment, and allow exploration of the benefits of mindfulness as they tune in to breath and movement in guided practice and mediation.

Each class offers survivors a safe space to gain greater awareness around strength, stability, assertiveness, and mindfulness. Classes will have different themes, focus on various restorative postures, build strength in the core, explore positive affirmations, and will also be coupled with guided activities including de-briefing exercises, journaling, and art. Classes will allow survivors to re-connect with themselves and build community with their peers.

Yoga as Healing is a group offered in collaboration with CARE and CAPS

This yoga series is offered each fall, winter, and spring quarter and is co-facilitated by a trauma-informed specialist from CARE and CAPS.* 

After completing the below interest form, a confidential CARE staff member will contact you to schedule a pre-screening appointment.

*During winter quarter, pre-recorded audio sessions will be made available to those interested. For more information, please email our CARE Prevention Education Coordinator at monique_e_plummer@ucsb.edu.

Please fill out this form to schedule a pre-screening for Yoga as Healing with a confidential CARE staff member.

The CARE office will contact you as soon as possible during business hours to confirm your appointment. If you have questions about the program please email us or call 805-893-4613.

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Please select three dates and times that you are available for your pre-screening appointment

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