Trauma-Sensitive Yoga Group for ALL ADULTS
tuesdays 6:15 - 7:15 pm | $30
Trauma Sensitive Yoga (TSY) is a healing practice developed by David Emerson and Bessel van der Kolk for survivors of trauma. With an emphasis on embodiment and reclamation of power, TSY offers many unique benefits that set it apart from a regular yoga class. Through learning to calm the mind and regulate physical sensations, survivors can release emotions and stored trauma, gain connection to personal power, and build safety in the body. Each class is limited to four participants.
*This practice is for all genders, all levels and all bodies - no prior experience is necessary to participate. Modifications are offered, and participants are encouraged to tailor the practice to their unique bodies.
Learn more about TSY here, and when you're ready to register for a class, click the button below.
healing religious harm group (for ALL ADULTS)
selected Mondays (8 sessions) 5:00 - 6:30 pm | $450
early bird discount of $400 for the series, if registered before December 16, 2022.
Do you feel harmed by your experience of religion? If you're wanting a safe space to process religious deconstruction and/or religious abuse, explore therapeutic practices, and form community outside of organized religion, this group may be for you. More info here, and email us to register.
Process Group (for ALL Female-Identifying ADULTS Aged 20-40)
thursdays 6:30 PM - 8:00 pm | $50
This group combines experiential exercises with interpersonal processing related to themes of self-image, self-compassion, self-expression, relationships, stress, wellness, and more. In this group, you may learn about yourself, identify what you really want and need, and connect with others who are facing similar struggles. Contact Hazel House for more information about this group.
Befriending your body - AN Anti-Diet Culture Group:
(for female-identifying Adults) - Coming soon in 2023
Wednesdays 6:30 PM - 8:00 pm | $200 for series of 8 sessions
We live in a culture that is obsessed with bodies, with a particular emphasis on the size, shape, weight, color, age, and ability of our own and others' bodies. From the earliest age, we are trained to relate to our bodies in terms of how they look while ignoring how they feel, which puts us at odds with our bodies much of the time. This group will provide: a space to learn about diet culture (DC) through experiential exercises; time to process the impact DC has had on our relationships with ourselves and with others; and opportunities to develop skills to reconnect to our bodies from a place of respect and gratitude.
This group will run for eight weeks: 9/28, 10/5, 10/12, 10/19, 10/26, 11/2, 11/9, and 11/16. We welcome anyone who would like to explore their relationship to diet culture using the following framework:
- Every body is a good body
- Health is possible at any size
- Our relationships with our bodies have been influenced by both the structural systems at play and our own histories of pain, loss, and/or trauma.
- We hold space to both acknowledge the pain we have experienced because of diet culture while also recognizing the relative privilege we may have compared with other, more marginalized bodies.
*Please note that, at this time, we are unable to accept anyone currently struggling with an active eating disorder, but we are happy to provide resources for a more appropriate group setting.
Contact Hazel House for more information about this group.
professional Women's Group with processing and experiential activities (Most clients are age 40 -70)
every other Monday 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm | $80.
Please inquire if you think this group could be a fit for you!