COPE yoga workshop
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May 03 2023


7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Yoga for Grief & Loss

Danaelle will lead a 3 part yoga workshop series, each one hour in length. Each session will have feature a different yoga practice. The sessions are designed to be taken together, allowing participants, in their own time, to re-connect with themselves, process grief, and open their hearts and minds to transformative healing. Please plan to attend all 3 workshops when registering.

When: May 3, 10, and 17, 7-8 PM EST
– Session 1 (May 3) – Sit and Allow: Restorative Yoga
– Session 2 (May 10) – Matters of the Heart: Slow Flow Yoga
– Session 3 (May 17): Root and Rise: Vinyasa Flow for Balance
Where: Online Via Zoom
Cost: Free! Or with an optional donation to support COPE families.

About Danaelle
I first began yoga in 2010, and fell in love with its physical and emotional aspects. I have been a certified instructor in the Vedic tradition of Hatha yoga since 2012. My training was through Balanced Rock’s WildYoga Program, certified by Yoga Alliance. I was among the first class of instructors to attend and complete the Trauma Informed Yoga Certification through the University of California Merced. As a yoga instructor, I have seen the reluctant become devoted, and the unwilling-to-try become the unwilling-to-quit. Yoga has changed my life, and it is my hope to help others accomplish the same thing for themselves. Since my first Camp Erin NYC in 2018, I continue to be encouraged and enthralled by the COPE Foundation. I am grateful for another opportunity to share my loss, healing, and passion with the COPE community.
Disclaimer: The information shared in this program is not intended to act as a substitute for any legal and mental health advice concerning individual situations; neither COPE, its Board of Directors, staff and personnel shall be responsible for any outcomes arising form any information or exercises provided in this program.

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