Kintla Yoga Therapy (KYT) Group Class

Kintla Yoga Therapy (KYT) Group Class


Event Details

This event finished on 27 April 2020


Yoga Therapist: Kintla Striker

Support Assistant:

COVID-19 UPDATE: Due to current security issues with Zoom Video Conferencing and in light of the community this trauma-informed yoga class serves, this evening’s Zoom class as well as the final scheduled class on Monday, April 13 will, at this time, be postponed until further notice.

Lighting a candle and sending my love to each of you as we move through this shift together. May you each be healthy and well, peaceful and at ease. 

 

***NOTE: It is recommended that participants have a licensed telehealth therapist in place concurrent with class attendance. This class traditionally has on-site support, which is not available through this virtual offering. If you choose to attend and begin to feel activated (triggered or distressed) during class or after the class, we urge you to reach out to your therapist if you have one, to the MSU Center for Survivors: (517) 355-3551 (if you are an MSU student) or if you are a member of the general public: Community Mental Health (Clinton, Eaton, Ingham): (517) 346-8460; The Listening Ear: (517) 337-1717 (2:00 pm-2:00 am, EST); The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: (800) 273-8255; Michigan 211: Dial 211 or text your zip code to 898211—24 hours a day, 7 days a week, or dial 911.***

Donations:
https://kintlastriker.com/schedule/private-group-sessions/ (scroll to the “Donation” button under the Group Sessions heading).

This teen and adult trauma-informed KYT class is accessible for all bodies, regardless of age, ability, or disability. It offers a safe and confidential ​space for individuals ​to begin ​to ​empower​ their own healing ​through choice-driven practices, including breathwork, mindfulness with self-compassion techniques, gentle movement, and guided meditation. It is an opportunity to relax, renew, befriend the body, connect with the breath, ​and to discover and deepen embodied resources for day-to-day life, additional therapies, and post-traumatic growth. ​

 

Spring 2020! January-April 2020, this weekly group class will be offered to students, faculty, and the greater Lansing community in collaboration with the RCAH LookOut Gallery at Michigan State University as an extension of the exhibition, We Can Begin Again: Moving Through Trauma. The class will be held on Monday evenings, 7:00-8:00 p.m., in the LookOut Gallery, Snyder-Phillips Hall, 2nd Fl., 363 Bogue St., East Lansing, MI 48825. Yoga mats will be available to borrow. This collaborative seva effort offers free trauma-informed yoga for our entire community in the spirit of encouraging and supporting healing for all. Donations gratefully accepted. #BeginAgainMSU

LOCATION: RCAH LookOut Gallery, Snyder-Phillips Hall, Michigan State University, 362 Bogue St., 2nd Fl., East Lansing, MI 48825.

DIRECTIONS & FREE PARKING

INVESTMENT: Free. Donations welcome.

REGISTRATION: Private & Group Sessions | Special Events