You don't need to neglect yourself to be there for the U.S. military service member or veteran you love. Take five to get back into your body, breath, and mind with Pamela Stokes Eggleston's practice.
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Pamela Stokes Eggleston lost herself when caring for her husband, a U.S Army veteran and Purple Heart and Bronze Star recipient. Now, she’s on a mission to teach other caregivers the yogic practices that helped her find her soul again.
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As part of our series of posts on teaching trauma-sensitive yoga, teacher Daniel Sernicola offers tips for establishing trust and a sense of safety in your yoga classes to help trauma survivors feel welcome.
In honor of Veterans Day, we’re introducing a series of posts with yoga teacher Daniel Sernicola educating yoga teachers on the importance of taking a more trauma-sensitive approach to every class. Start using these 4 strategies today.
In part 1 of our series on teaching trauma-sensitive yoga, teacher Daniel Sernicola offers tips for setting up a safe space for practice.
Photographer Robert Sturman honors and celebrates American veterans of war by featuring several active duty and retired service members practicing yoga.
A war correspondent reporting from the frontlines of the world’s largest refugee crisis uncovers the power of yoga—and love.
This five-part series explores the insight "American Sniper" offers into the yoga of war, the mind of a veteran, and the practices crucial to finding the next mission.