If you or someone you love has experienced head trauma, you’ve most likely come to learn that life with an ‘invisible injury’ is confusing and misunderstood. The process of becoming your post-injury self is varied: just like no two people are alike, no two brain injuries are alike.
Join traumatic brain injury survivor Krista Schilter in this all-levels workshop to discuss cognitive, physical, and emotional side effects from personal experience. We’ll explore how a mindfulness practice can help you meet yourself exactly where you’re at and how movement, meditation, and breathwork can transform your life post-TBI. We’ll use Kundalini Yoga techniques to balance the hemispheres of the brain, increase blood flow, manage symptoms, and increase memory, processing speed, and cognition.
This workshop is open to survivors, caregivers, and community. If you’re keen on supporting someone with a TBI this is an opportunity to understand through compassion, to be patient, positive, and encouraging.
Date & Time
Sunday February 10th
1:30 – 3:30 pm
About the Teacher
Krista Amar Atma Schilter feels the infinite pulse coursing through all that is and encourages her students to get curious about that which is unseen but felt; to negotiate polarities in some kind of way so we come out radiantly alive with a deeper connection and trust in self.
She approaches the teachings with reverence and delight and endeavours to keep it light and full of support for our indivisible uniqueness.
She teachers Yin, Kundalini, Hatha, and Vinyasa yoga at studios around the city.