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Recurring Event Event Series: Yoga for Reclaiming the Body

Yoga for Reclaiming the Body

Thursday, January 26, @ 1:30 pm 2:30 pm

A trauma sensitive yoga practice that emphasizes personal agency and choice, with the option of chair yoga to make this activity more accessible to a broader range of mobility challenges. This practice is a down-to-earth approach which builds skills for managing stress and increasing mind-body connection.

The Women’s Opportunity Center of YWCA Spokane is excited to offer a variety of free holistic groups and learning opportunities aimed at supporting your healing and wellness.

These groups are for folks who identify as having experienced trauma at some point in their lives.

For more information, call or text 509-724-6337. On-site childcare is available upon request.

Please note: YWCA’s Women’s Opportunity Center also offers other free services for program participants including a computer lab, job readiness and mentorship services, and a free clothing and necessities boutique for anyone who identifies as non-binary or a woman. Call 509-724-6337 to learn more about these additional offerings.

930 N. Monroe St.
Spokane, Washington
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509-724-6337

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