Exhale to Inhale empowers survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault to reclaim their lives through the healing and grounding practice of yoga.
People who aren't too familiar with yoga ask "why yoga"? It's a good question ... The simplest movements we do - while paying attention to our breath - provide the greatest benefits of yoga. That means yoga is good for anybody. You don't have to be flexible, belong to a gym, or have lots of time to get the benefits of yoga. You don't even need a pair of sneakers. Yoga calms the nervous system and can positively change your brain function. It can help you feel more relaxed & less anxious, it can help you sleep better, and it can help you feel stronger & more confident.
For those who have survived the trauma of domestic violence or sexual assault, yoga can have a profound impact. It can help survivors re-connect with their physical bodies and begin to feel strong and safe. It can help survivors connect their mind & body to make more positive life choices for themselves and their families.