Jacqueline Sailer recognizes the power of yoga to enrich and heal the mind, body and spirit. She started her formal yoga training at the Dharma Yoga Center in New York City, where she received her 200-hour certification, and has also completed programs at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health on teaching yoga to seniors and to teenagers. She has studied trauma-sensitive yoga with Liberation Prison Yoga, the Lineage Project, Hala Khouri, and the Holistic Life Foundation, and spent several seasons studying breath-centered yoga, embodied movement, and anatomy at The Breathing Project with Leslie Kaminoff and Amy Matthews at their New York City studio.
Through her years of practice, Jacqueline has learned firsthand how mindful movement, breath awareness and meditation can open deep wells of inner peace, empathy and self-awareness, and seeks to create the space for her students to make similar discoveries. Jacqueline also teaches yoga to detained women at the Rose M. Singer Center of the Rikers Island jail complex through Liberation Prison Yoga.
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