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About Us



Hello!  My name is Marie Nutter.  I support folks in navigating the effects of work-related trauma exposure or loss with the practice of trauma-informed yoga + meditation.

I'm a pediatric operating room nurse and yoga instructor with TCTSY certification + CISM training, who was humbled by Psychology Today in being named an example of resiliency.

If you work or have worked within a system that regularly supports humans in acute or chronic distress...


(a.k.a. healthcare, therapy, public safety, law enforcement, corrections, fire, EMS, military, legal justice, diversity/inclusion, social work, education, and more)


I might be a good fit for you or your team. 


To be honest...trying to reset our bodies + minds after working through critical incidents or traumatic loss on the job can be difficult.

We all have it in us to weather our storms.

How you choose to move forward will be up to you.

Photo Cred: Chad Holder

Marie is an incredible instructor.  Regardless of your experience, she will help support + strengthen your mind-body connection. 

Class Offerings


Why Trauma-Informed?

Because most of us have survived difficult events, performed through high levels of chronic stress, and endured different types of loss both on + off the clock. 

Your class should reflect that too.

Choose your class type, timeframe, and price point that works best for you or your team.

No hidden agendas or fees.


In person + Online


Yoga Mat Class

Chair or Standing


Trauma Center

Trauma Sensitive Yoga


(click logos below to learn more)

Reach out when you're ready.

Looking for a mind-body reset you might find anywhere anytime?

Feel free to watch or practice together with this 8 min video below.

** If paying attention to your environment, thoughts, body, or breath causes more harm than good, you're welcome to stop doing so altogether. **

Only you will know when a good time to check-in with yourself might be.


Love the pics?  Me too.  Credit has been giving for 2 where its due.  Please ask for consent before using the rest.  Enjoy as needed.  :-)

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