YOGA AND MEDITATION FOR
SURVIVORS OF ABUSE AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
Out on Long Island's East End, this Domestic Violence shelter safe house is where individuals and families escaping abuse can seek refuge. In a time of extreme danger and uncertainty, the hour long yoga class will offer a moment of calm and restfulness. In the sun lit room at the safe house, we hope to support the residents in their journey.
Nicole Re is passionate about providing the healing benefits of yoga and meditation to those who have suffered trauma. She is a mother and a lover of the beach. She lives on the East End.
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From Veterans to children in foster care, we're incredibly humbled to be a part of their journey by offering them yoga and meditation practice in our Karma Projects.