Julie Jack, MS, MA, is offering group classes in Yoga to Heal Trauma, beginning January 22 through May 2019, for those who have experienced trauma, supportive family and caregivers. Click Here for Flyer with Details: Trauma Informed Yoga – Jan-Spring Semester 2019
Julie is director of The Exhale Project, a grant-funded project in its third year, which coordinates and teaches free yoga classes in several Iowa counties for victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, human trafficking and non-offending family members. Virtue Medicine is very pleased to provide support for this important work in our space, sharing a commitment to the use of yoga in the treatment of trauma and educating mental health and crisis agencies about the advantages of using body-centered therapies for healing work.
Julie has master’s degrees in Nonprofit Administration from the University of Notre Dame and Counseling Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology with certifications in Focusing Therapy for Complex Trauma, and in Latino Family Therapy. She is a registered yoga teacher with Yoga Alliance and is deepening her studies in Yoga Therapy through the Inner Peace Yoga Therapy program in Chicago, IL. In addition to her work with yoga she works part time as a Mobile Crisis Counselor. She has worked with adults, children and teenagers from diverse backgrounds in both the US and Mexico, treating a wide range of issues but focusing heavily on trauma and transition.
To register for a class, or for more information, email Julie at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call/text (319) 560-5264.