Yoga for Body Liberation Scholarship Application
We are offering scholarships to attend Yoga for Body Liberation at reduced or no cost in order to make yoga more accessible to those who have been impacted by trauma and/or oppression. (Class Description:

Scholarships are available to those who could not otherwise access this practice at one of Down Dog Yoga Center’s existing pricing options:

Scholarships will be approved for eight classes at a time, and you are welcome to reapply as many times as you would like as long as this program is available. Your information will be shared with Bailey Mead and the administrative staff at Down Dog Yoga, and will be kept strictly confidential.
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Phone number *
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Has trauma or structural oppression impacted your life? *
Which option would allow you to access Yoga for Liberation practice on a regular basis? If you choose the $10 or $5 options, Down Dog Yoga Center staff will contact you to purchase an eight-class pack for either $80 or $40. These scholarship class packs are good for this class only. You do not have to attend each week - the class pack can be used on a drop in basis as your schedule allows. If you choose the free option, Down Dog Yoga Center staff will contact you to let you know your scholarship has been received and answer any questions. *
Would you be interested in attending an eight-week closed group session specifically tailored to address the impacts of complex trauma and PTSD? *
In 2018/2019, the Battle Creek Community Foundation sponsored a group of seven Kalamazoo-area yoga instructors and therapists to attend a 300-hour training at Boston’s Center for Trauma and Embodiment and become certified as facilitators of Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga (TCTSY-Fs). Bailey Mead and Kristin Fiore of Down Dog Yoga are part of this group, and are making these scholarships available as part of our repayment to the community for the training we have received. We and the other TCTSY-Fs are part of a larger group called the Kalamazoo/Battle Creek Resiliency Project, which includes practitioners of a number of trauma-healing modalities.

Center for Trauma and Embodiment:
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