Are you a teacher, therapist, or care giver? Do you feel overwhelmed, over-tired, hopeless or burnt-out? If so this workshop is for you. Join us as we explore methods for self-care to combat vicarious trauma and burn-out that many care givers experience. Taking care of yourself is vital to continue to work under challenging circumstances, in a challenging world. We will explore methods of yoga, therapeutic art making, ayurveda, and the importance of connection as a community.
This workshop will be geared toward teachers, therapists, social workers, and care givers, but all are welcome. No yoga or art experience necessary. Art supplies, yoga mats, chai and snack will be provided.
We appreciate the work you do to make this world a better place. Let us take care of you for an evening, and hopefully you can leave with some ideas for your own self-care.
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Maria Rubinate has been teaching yoga in the New York area for the past 22 years. She has taught for Jivamukti, Ashtanga Yoga New York and Jois Yoga in Connecticut. She has also studied Ayurveda with Dr. Vasant Lad and holds a level 2 Authorization from the Shri K. Pattabhi Jois Ashtanga Yoga Institute.
Ashley Dorr is licensed and board certified art therapist with over 16 years experience. She worked for 12 years at The Door: A Center of Alternatives with at-risk adolescents and has travelled globally providing therapeutic art groups, trainings, and supervising art therapy projects with children and women affected by trauma, war, and natural disaster. Currently she is in private practice in Manhattan and Brooklyn and also teaches yoga at the Shala.