First Annual Conference on Trauma and Embodiment | Justice Resource Institute

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First Annual Conference on Trauma and Embodiment

Presented by the Center for Trauma and Embodiment at JRI and Lesley University

DATE: Saturday, April 13, 2019

TIME: 9:00am - 5:00pm

LOCATION: Lesley University Brattle Campus, Washburn Commons (10 Philips Place), Cambridge, MA

Coffee, Breakfast and Registration starts at 8:15am.

There will be a yoga room, equipped and staffed by folks from 4 Corners Yoga + Wellness, available to participants all day

The first annual Conference on Trauma and Embodiment presented in partnership with Lesley University - Cambridge, Massachusetts

Experiences of psychological trauma profoundly change our relationship to our body. The Center for Trauma and Embodiment at JRI is dedicated to researching, developing and training providers in effective, trauma-informed practices that help survivors safely re-connect to their body so that they may engage more fully with their life.

Registration Opens September 30th.

For the conference agenda, keynote bios and more information, visit the Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga website.

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