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Cultivating a Pause: A benefit for Columbia Riverkeeper

This trauma-informed class is a place to practice and integrate a pause, utilizing supportive lessons from nature, relational neuroscience, yoga asana (physical posture) poses, journaling, poetry and, most importantly, community and the season of long nights.

A workshop to set intention for the coming year, utilizing the wisdom of your own knowing with guided exploration.

This class is geared towards the helpers, those who are nurturers and space holders and those who may want to cultivate more nurturing and support to themselves and others.

Dates / Times / Format

Saturday, December 24th, 12:00pm - 1:30pm PST

Livestream Only

Please bring a candle, water, journal, and any supportive props such as a blanket and strap.

Recording: available for one week following the class.


This is a donation-based class to benefit Columbia Riverkeeper. Suggested donation $20 - $100

About Maneena Douglas

Maneena (she/her) is a trauma informed yoga teacher who started focused yoga study in 2008, the first year the Bhakti studio held teacher training. Her interests are exploring healing of all kinds and follows closely the belief from a mentor that there are countless ways to heal. She has been thinking of this class for years now and excited to share space and support finding ground to rest into and move from. Maneena integrates her studies of resilience, interpersonal neurobiology, trauma, mindfulness, the nervous system, rescue dogs and a deep love of reading into her classes.


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