The Breathe Network is a resource and referral network connecting survivors of sexual violence to trauma-informed, sliding-scale, holistic healing arts practitioners. We educate healing arts practitioners in trauma-sensitive care and we empower future healers through scholarship opportunities to train in the healing arts.
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Are you a practitioner that specializes in the healing arts? Do you practice a therapeutic modality that works holistically to heal trauma? Do you have experience working with survivors of sexual violence? Find out more about joining our network of service providers.
Resources For Survivors
The Breathe Network strives to provide holistic, innovative resources for survivors of sexual violence, and also promote therapeutic work happening at other local, national and international non-profit organizations to address sexual violence. We also strive to bring the latest literature and information from renowned experts on different healing modalities.
We encourage our practitioners to offer sliding scale services to make information about holistic healing and resources for such treatment accessible to all survivors. We provide training for healing arts practitioners in techniques and modifications to increase trauma-sensitivity in their modality and we offer local communities interactive, educational opportunities to learn more about the specialized treatments offered by our team of healers.
Support The Breathe Network
Your support provides valuable resources that assist us in accommodating survivors at any stage in their healing journey. Contributions strengthen our efforts to educate the broader community about the layered impacts of sexual violence & the innate capacity for resilience that can be tapped through holistic arts, and enhances our ability to provide leadership in innovative approaches to transcending the trauma of sexual violence.
Healing Arts Modalities & Sexual Trauma
Incorporating healing modalities that address the impact of sexual trauma on one’s body, mind and spirit allows survivors to regain a deep sense of wholeness that enhances inner resilience. Techniques that allow survivors to re-establish a sense of comfort within their physical shape, to non-verbally process feelings and sensations that transcend language and that promote one’s innate capacity to heal offer sustainable healing.
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Your support provides valuable resources which assist us in accommodating survivors of all ages and at any stage in their healing journey to explore their options for integrated, personalized healing. Your generosity allows us to develop professional training for healing arts practitioners to enhance the care they offer survivors of sexual violence and to create scholarships for survivors to train in the healing arts. In addition, your donation supports our goal of providing experiential education for survivors around the transformation that is possible through embodied approaches to healing and providing leadership in innovative approaches to transcending the trauma of sexual violence.
Shake Off the Shame Teleseminar “I bring to the table a passionate belief that my clients do not have to remain trapped or confronted daily by the thoughts or behaviors that result from abuse. Through my own journey of recovery from sexual abuse, I have gained insight and understanding about what it takes to overcome […]Read Blog Article
Creating Physical and Emotional Boundaries in Yoga Teleseminar In this live interview, “Creating Physical and Emotional Boundaries in Yoga Teleseminar” The Breathe Network spoke with Nina Jackson, the creator of the Yoga Flip-Chip and Alexis Marbach, a trauma-informed yoga instructor and Flip Chip Ambassador, about the inspiration behind this innovative tool and its usefulness for enhancing both […]Read Blog Article
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Are you a practitioner that specializes in the healing arts? Do you practice a therapeutic modality that works holistically to heal trauma? Do you have experience working with survivors of sexual violence? Find out more about joining our network of service providers.Learn About Becoming a Member Apply Now | Individual Practitioners Application For Organizations