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Wed, Feb 14

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Reveille Grounds

Gentle Yoga for the Military Community

Join Alli Houseworth, a trauma-informed and adaptive yoga instructor who specializes in working with the military community, for a one-hour gentle yoga class!

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Gentle Yoga for the Military Community
Gentle Yoga for the Military Community

Time & Location

Feb 14, 2024, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Reveille Grounds, 1401 Severn St Building C, Suite C250, Baltimore, MD 21230, USA

About the event

Join Alli Houseworth, a trauma-informed and adaptive yoga instructor who specializes in working with the military community, for a one-hour gentle yoga class on Wednesday, February 14th from 5pm-6pm, prior to the Reveille Grounds Baltimore Military Muster. Beginners are welcome, and encouraged, to attend. Absolutely no yoga experience necessary.

This class will include a mindful grounding practice, gentle movements adapted for all bodies and injuries, and will conclude with a guided meditation. Mats will be provided but feel free to bring your own. Participants are encouraged to wear comfortable clothing they can move in. Changing areas are available at Reveille Grounds.

Class is free. Donations to support Reveille Grounds will be taken on site the day of the event.

RSVPs encouraged (as it will help us gauge what size space is needed) but not required. 

About the Instructor

Alli Houseworth is an E-RYT 500 yoga instructor, iRest Level Two teacher, Warriors at Ease certified teacher, and experienced educator and facilitator who is passionate about bringing the transformative practices of yoga, mindfulness, and meditation to the military community as a way to mitigate the effects of chronic stress and trauma.

Alli is the sister of a medically retired firefighter, daughter of an Army veteran, granddaughter of career Air Force and Army veterans, and great-granddaughter of a WWI veteran. She married her husband, an active duty Coast Guardsman, in 2014. After multiple PCS moves in rapid succession that made continuing her previous career nearly impossible, Alli found her way to yoga as a means to reduce stress and anxiety triggered by life in the military.

Alli has taught iRest meditation and adaptive yoga to soldiers in the Army Soldier Recovery Care Units (an extensive reconditioning program for soldiers suffering from visible and invisible injuries) at Schofield Barracks, Walter Reed, and Ft. Belvoir; yoga, iRest, and psycho-ed workshops on resilience and post-traumatic growth at an in-patient treatment center for substance use disorder; trauma-informed mindfulness programs to incarcerated veterans in the state of Maryland; serves as a Yoga and iRest Specialist for O2X Human Performance; in military fitness centers, and more. Alli also served as Executive Director of Warriors at Ease and continues with the organization as a lead faculty member.

While the work she does can be quite heavy, Alli prides herself in her highly educational yet light and fun-loving approach.

To learn more, visit allihouseworth.com

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