I’ve been missing from yoga for a couple years now & am thrilled to be back with this wonderful studio. This morning’s online gentle yoga with Sarah was the most perfect re-introduction. Welcoming, easy to access, generous invitations and permissions to care for my own
body & breathing. So good to be back.
Alli Jones Ewing (she/her) is a Trauma Center-Trauma Sensitive Yoga facilitator and trainer passionate about empowering people to discover their ability to find healing and connection from within and among community.
She was inspired by her background in Special Education, her Peace Corps service as a Health Education Volunteer in Tanzania, and work with youth in foster care to integrate methodologies that promote and empower person-centered healing and address harmful power dynamics. She completed her 200-hour teacher training with Matt Eshelman (taught by Paulie Zink) in Taoist Yoga and has completed her 300-hour advanced certification in Trauma Center-Trauma Sensitive Yoga – an evidence based methodology developed specifically for facilitating yoga with individuals who have experienced chronic abuse, neglect, and treatment-resistant PTSD.
She has been holding space for professional and personal learning in the United States and internationally since 2010. Alli has additional experience facilitating yoga with children with special needs, refugees, pre/postnatal/birth trauma, LGBTQ+ youth, and youth in residential treatment and foster care. Alli and her partner have two young children and currently live on the ancestral lands of the Puyallup Tribe and the Coast Salish people known as the colonized city of Tacoma, Washington.