Hi, I'm Kelsey, and I teach body movement for trauma resolution.
Maybe you are sick of feeling overwhelmed, anxious, stuck or depressed...
Perhaps you have negative or less-than-kind thoughts about yourself...
You may you feel disconnected from your body...
Perhaps you wish that the pain, pressure, loneliness, isolation, oppression, injustice or violence would all just stop so you could take a breath...
...I may be able to support you.
I help people to reduce trauma responses through embodied healing practices.
I can offer to support you to grow confidence, reconnect to their bodies and become more precious to themselves.
If you are yearning to feel more safe and in control in your body, you are in a place where you will be supported to explore these themes.
In the following video, I answer some FAQs about the practice.
When you sign up for my newsletter, you will receive a free yoga practice video so that you can try this out for yourself:
There are a few ways to work with me:
If you are interested in practicing Trauma Sensitive Yoga, I teach a Women's Healing Series and offer private yoga sessions at the Berkeley Yoga Center.
If you are a clinician or a yoga teacher wanting to learn the theory behind the practice, I offer professional trainings and workshops.
If you'd like to learn more about Trauma Sensitive Yoga, you can set up an informational phone call with me and we can have a conversation.
If you're ready to schedule a session, or you are curious to learn more, the first step is to schedule a free phone consultation with me.
I look forward to connecting with you!
Women's healing series
This 8-week yoga journey supports trauma survivors to come out of freeze, fight and flight and to enter a more empowered relationship with themselves. Through the healing practice of Trauma Sensitive Yoga, you will be invited to feel your own body, make choices on your mat and gain agency and control.
community info night
Curious about Trauma Sensitive Yoga? Join Kelsey for an informational evening to introduce this innovative method. We will discuss theory, research and application of Trauma Sensitive Yoga. You will be invited to participate in a brief sample yoga class followed by Q & A. This event is open to everyone!