Kate Graham

Founder of Soulful Yoga Therapy


Kate Graham


Founder of Soulful Yoga Therapy


Kate started teaching yoga therapy in Boston ten years ago after yoga and meditation helped her to overcome her own personal struggle with anxiety and depression.

Now, through her company Soulful Yoga Therapy, she is one of the most prominent practitioners in the Boston area.

Kate specializes in therapeutic yoga for those who experience anxiety, depression and trauma.

She has been involved in research studies on yoga and mental health, and taught trauma sensitive yoga at the Brookline Trauma Center, a program initiated by Dr. Bessel van der Kolk and David Emerson.

Kate is a Mental Health Clinician and offers individual counseling, yoga therapy, somatic experiencing and reiki at her private practice in Boston.

In addition, she travels around New England training clinicians and yoga teachers on yoga for emotional health and healing.

Surviving Sexual Trauma:

Yoga Therapy for the Nervous System

SATURDAY / 8:00 - 10:00

The impact of sexual harassment and sexual violence on our community has received extensive media coverage lately thanks to the #metoo movement.

One in five women and one in thirty-three men have experienced sexual violence.

Embodied practices such as yoga therapy can be powerful for survivors in addressing the impact of trauma on the mind, body and soul.

During this workshop will explore the neuroscience of trauma and how yoga therapy can help manage trauma symptoms and restore balance in the nervous system. 

In this workshop you will:

- Learn the basic principles of yoga therapy for emotional health and healing.

- Learn about the neuroscience of trauma.

- Discover the relationship between the breath, mind and body. 

- Review how yoga therapy can restore and support nervous system balance. 

- Explore trauma informed mat-based yoga postures to sooth the nervous system (all-levels welcome).

- Understand how to establish a safe and therapeutic space for trauma survivors.

- Take away specific evidence-based yoga techniques to manage trauma in a clinical or private setting.

The Body as a Resource

SATURDAY / 10:20 - 12:20

The human body is truly incredible. Together we will explore how to utilize the body as a resource for overcoming anxiety and depression. Understanding how different embodied techniques and practices may support and promote optimal health and well-being.


In this workshop you will:

- Review yoga therapy concepts and models for understanding and managing mood.

- Understand how to use the body as a resource through yoga therapy techniques and practices.

- Learn evidence-based yoga practices to meet and manage anxiety and depression.

- Explore yoga postures specifically for managing anxiety and depression (all-levels welcome).

- Take away specific evidence-based yoga techniques to manage mood in a clinical or private setting.

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March 2022 Dates to announced

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