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Abstract Horizon

Transforming Through Recovery
Trauma-Sensitive Movement & Body Awareness in Eating Disorder Recovery

Maternity Meditation Class
  • Who: Adults working through recovery from an eating disorder or disordered eating. Must be 18 years or older.

  • When: July 30, 2022 10 am - 1 pm

  • Where: 2008 Hogback Rd, Ann Arbor, MI 48105

  • Cost: $75

We strive to make our services accessible for all individuals. Payment plans and sliding scale options are available, please contact for more information.

  • Workshop will include refreshments and food. You will be provided with a notebook and pen for discussion and reflection portions of the workshop.

  • It is recommended that you receive clearance from your treatment team before participating.

In this workshop you will learn:

  • How trauma and eating disorders impact the way you feel in your body

  • How to connect with your body in compassionate ways

  • How to utilize trauma-sensitive yoga in recovery

  • How to calm the nervous system to work through anxiety

  • How to embrace vulnerability in recovery

  • How to strengthen awareness and reduce anxiety when eating

All Hands In

This 3 hour workshop will help individuals in eating disorder recovery explore how to use gentle movement, breath work, and awareness as tools in recovery. Trauma and eating disorders often change the relationship one has with their body. Our goal with this workshop is to help you learn the building blocks of transformation and redefining your relationship to your body. 


It will include discussion, reflection, and yoga practices but no yoga experience is required.

Your Facilitators

Mariah Lewis

RDN, ACSM Certified GEI

Mariah is a registered dietitian and fitness instructor specializing in eating disorders, disordered eating, and digestive issues. She founded Arbor Center for Eating Recovery to help clients heal their relationship with food, body, and movement through a Health at Every Size and Intuitive Eating approach.


She is passionate about helping people reconnect with their body and discover the joy in eating and movement. After going through her own recovery journey, the driving force behind her work is to help clients find hope in their own journeys.

Dominique Theophilus

RYT, Trauma-Sensitive Yoga Teacher

Dominique is an Ann Arbor native and a trauma-sensitive yoga teacher. She established her career as a Yoga Teacher in 2011 and continued her educational training as a Master Teacher and Lead Faculty Member, in addition to completing Traumatic Brain Injury coursework with Love Your Brain established by Kevin Pearce.


During the course of her teaching, Dominique transitioned into the field as a Trauma-Sensitive Yoga Teacher. Dominique works one-on-one with clients with a combination of breathing and specialized movement, providing an avenue by which individuals can begin to feel connected in every aspect of themselves and understand their body’s sensations and rhythms.


Are you ready to transform?

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