Trauma-informed yoga is needed
As a long-time yoga practitioner who has also suffered with many chronic ailments and trauma, I wish the American yoga world had more awareness of how to deal with this. Cues and voice tone that imply how a pose “should” feel easily take those with chronic pain and dissociation issues out of the practice, and can be downright damaging if the practitioner is new. I tried a couple of different recent episodes, and had to stop. It’s a wonderful service being provided, but I would warn those with these kinds of health concerns to find a trauma-informed teacher.
HypothetiFan via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/12/21
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