How to Create a Trauma-Sensitive Home Exercise Routine

6 steps to help you feel safe

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Figuring out how to initiate (or return) to exercise in a way that feels emotionally and physically safe after experiencing illness, accidents, or acts of violence can be challenging, triggering, and overwhelming. The same could be said for those trying to increase their capacity for life’s stressors or processing their…

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Trauma-informed personal trainer and author of Lifting Heavy Things.

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Laura Khoudari

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Trauma-informed personal trainer and author of Lifting Heavy Things.

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