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Ep.31 Embodying Trauma-Conscious Facilitation with Chia-Ti Chiu

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In this episode, Chia-Ti Chiu talks with Vita Pires about her work with Lineage Project.

  • Embodying a trauma-conscious and resilience-based methodology
  • Unpacking privilege, biases, and blind spots
  • The evolution of the Lineage Project

CHIA-TI CHIU (she/her) Chia-Ti has been working with the Lineage Project since 2009. As a senior teacher, she shares embodied awareness practices with youth in detention centers, alternate-to-incarceration programs, and public high schools. Chia-Ti leads trainings and professional development workshops, which promotes mindfulness through a trauma-conscious, social justice, and resilience-building lens. She also develops curriculum and mentors new teachers. Outside of her work with Lineage, Chia-Ti leads international yoga retreats and provides wellness justice consulting through her business onelovewellness. She is on faculty with the Garrison Institute's Contemplative-Based Resilience Project, which supports the sustainability of humanitarian aid workers, social service providers, and Congressional staffers. She believes in making wellness accessible, affordable, and relevant for all.
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In this episode, Chia-Ti Chiu talks with Vita Pires about her work with Lineage Project.

  • Embodying a trauma-conscious and resilience-based methodology
  • Unpacking privilege, biases, and blind spots
  • The evolution of the Lineage Project

CHIA-TI CHIU (she/her) Chia-Ti has been working with the Lineage Project since 2009. As a senior teacher, she shares embodied awareness practices with youth in detention centers, alternate-to-incarceration programs, and public high schools. Chia-Ti leads trainings and professional development workshops, which promotes mindfulness through a trauma-conscious, social justice, and resilience-building lens. She also develops curriculum and mentors new teachers. Outside of her work with Lineage, Chia-Ti leads international yoga retreats and provides wellness justice consulting through her business onelovewellness. She is on faculty with the Garrison Institute's Contemplative-Based Resilience Project, which supports the sustainability of humanitarian aid workers, social service providers, and Congressional staffers. She believes in making wellness accessible, affordable, and relevant for all.
To Learn More About the Prison Mindfulness Institute, please visit www.prisonmindfulness.org

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