H.O.P.E. Across the Finish Line: Winter/Holiday Matching Gift Special Offer


Finish 2020 strong, no matter how hard it’s been! Wrap up this year by catering to your wellness needs or bless someone you know and love with an unbelievable gift:

Buy any amount on a gift card and H.O.P.E. will match you. Buy $20, get $40, and so on. $50 or more and receive one free item/ your choice of merchandise (hat, -t-shirt, water bottle, ** excluded leggings). Gift cards have NO expiration date. You can pick up your gift cards in person or we can mail to you.

Must be purchased by Dec. 31, 2020!

Anchor your H.O.P.E. BOGO Pass— Buy 1 Individual session, get the group pass free!

  Need a little personal anchoring? Buy an individual session for $115 and receive the unlimited group pass free:

Individual sessions can be:

  1. Music Psychotherapy with AmyLynn
  2. Personalized Yoga (with any of our instructors!)
  3. Hypnocounseling with Matt (part hypnosis, part life enriching support)
  4. Art Therapy

What’s the group pass? $35 for 30 days of unlimited groups and one special event. Good for 30 days after purchase. Must purchase by Nov 30.

Anchor Your H.O.P.E.: $35 All Group Access Pass

Our theme in November is Anchoring and what better way to help yourself than with our special pass. To be anchored  you need consistent support and nourishment, some come get some! For $35 you get 30 days of unlimited groups (good from 30 days after you purchase) and one special event. Offer ends November 30. Check out our calendar to see what you want to come to. Print out your receipt as your pass to show when you attend.

Trauma- Informed Yoga with Patrick, Thur 11-19, 6-7PM

Trauma lives in the body. Trauma informed yoga seeks to help with release and reinstatement of calm in the body using movement, guided visualization, breath work, grounding exercises and an approach that draws on safe space creation. What makes this different than a typical yoga experience? There is no music and the instructor will not make adjustments to the student’s body. Instead, there is a consistent verbal connection and suggestions to rebuild relationships to different parts of the body using movement, breathing, etc. at a slow, contained pace. The student is always in control allowing them to build a sense of security. There are no inversions or balancing poses, everything is designed to allow for a somatic experience that is affirming and in no way triggering. There is no “right” way to engage, it is up to the student individually and what their body says is right for them.  The goal, if there is one, is to help the student stay in their body and reengage with themselves in a manner that builds a new experience. A new mind-body experience can be healing in itself. This offering is recommended for anyone who identifies as recovering from trauma, anxiety, depression, addiction, grief or just a challenging period in life.

We are hoping to make this offering recurring, working up to weekly, come out and support this amazing process for yourself and others.

Space is limited due to Covid restrictions, please pre-register.

Patrick Alan Murad is trained in a wide variety of yoga styles, including Power Vinyasa and Acrobatic Yoga. He specializes in, and has a special passion for Trauma Recovery Yoga. Patrick has completed the 200 hour certification in Holistic Yoga Flow as well as a 20 hour certification in Trauma Recovery Yoga. H.O.P.E. is pleased to welcome Patrick to our team of healers and supportive helpers

Recovery Based Yoga Meeting: Every Sunday at 7:15PM

Limited space for appropriate and healthy social distancing. Group is limited to 8 people at this time so we are requiring $5 to hold your spot, even though this is a community/donation group. It’s necessary due to the Covid restrictions.

This is a “Meeting” on the mat, followed by Yoga poses that co-ordinate with the topic of the evening to help us “feel” the experience in our bodies. Movement and meditation is designed to enhance and support the “12 Steps”  but this  is not an official AA meeting. ALL A’s welcome.  Anyone working on themselves welcome. You do not need to identify as a member of the Recovery community.  Anyone with a desire to address compulsive behaviors using the mind-body-spirit approach is invited.

Every Sunday @ 7:15PM. . Donations accepted.

No one turned away. Bring your own supplies, or borrow ours. Led by Yochai W. a trained Y12SR certified instructor.

Holistic Registry Event: What is Emotional Resolution or EmRes and What are the Benefits? 11-13, 7-8PM

Now more then every tending to our emotional wellbeing is key. Changing what once hurt/triggered us is our only hope of truly progressing on our life journey.
Tonight Cheryl Vasquez will share and demo EmRes.

Our body keeps somatic traces of all our traumatic experiences. When exposed to a stimulus that reminds the body of a past danger, the viscero-somatic memory linked to this danger is reactivated, creating the base of a disruptive emotional response.

EmRes® helps the body recognize that the perceived danger is nowadays obsolete. EmRes® allows the body to integrate traumatic information and to tune-in to our current reality instead of reacting through a past memory.

To do this, we commit to experiencing the viscero-somatic response, without controlling our physical sensations or our environment.

How does EmRes® Work?
EmRes® connects you to the origin of a difficult emotion through your physical sensations and modulates the unwanted emotional response permanently.e door. Cash preferred. Please RSVP: $15 @ the door.

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