Yoga for Survivors of
Complex Trauma

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Reclaim Your Body.

That is the goal of Trauma Sensitive Yoga; to help you claim/reclaim a sense of internal safety, connection and control so that you can live a more full and present life.  


Trauma Sensitive Yoga presents psychologically safe opportunities for survivors of complex trauma to experience, interact with, and notice their bodies.​ By experiencing your body in this way, a new relationship is created; a relationship based on trust, on feeling connected and safe.

Trauma Sensitive Yoga was for the specific purpose of supporting survivors. As an evidence-based practice, it has proven its great effectiveness and impact on healing and post-traumatic growth. 

Give your body the time and attention it needs to recover.

Book your consultation call today.​

My name is Rachel,
and I believe you.

A little about me..

As facilitator of Trauma Sensitive Yoga my expertise is in helping Israeli survivors of complex trauma develop connection with, and experience safety in their bodies.


In addition to my private clinic in Tel Aviv and soon Jerusalem (TBA), I work in mental health organizations and treatment centers in Israel, as well as nonprofits serving trauma-impacted populations such as IDF veterans, survivors of childhood sexual abuse in both the secular and ultra-Orthodox Jewish communities, and men in addiction recovery and prison-exit programs. 

I currently am part of the core staff at Beit Ella and Beit Inbal, two women's shelters in Be'er Yaakov operated by Inbalim.  


In addition to the above, l have been a guest speaker at several mental health conferences and regularly hold Trauma Sensitive Yoga workshops for yoga teachers and mental health professionals. 

Leaves Shadow


 "This has been an amazing experience for me - you really managed to create a space where I felt truly comfortable to "do what I feel like" and to explore what that might be.

It's also been incredibly validating to learn about the ways in which trauma affects all people, to know that my experiences make sense and that my body and mind did what they had to do to get by. I'm so grateful to have found this new way to connect with my body."

- anon client, Tel Aviv 

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