Body Resilient with Gioconda at Online

About the workshop

In the face of recent challenges (global pandemic, climate change, shifting worldviews) we are learning to reframe our vision of physical, mental and emotional well-being in terms of resiliency. It’s not whether we will ever get sick, or sad or overwhelmed—-but how we handle these inevitable parts of our human experience.

Body Resilient programs help us reframe the way we encounter challenges. We learn to connect more intelligently and consistently to our body and breath, and in this way to attend to ourselves well so we can attend to outer circumstances and relationships with wisdom and presence.

This two-hour program introduces a handful of exercises you can use anywhere, anytime to work with anything that comes your way. Session unpacks the theories behind the work, while giving ample opportunity for experiential learning, questions and feedback. All Body Resilient programs emphasize integration over implementation. Rather than giving you a new way of doing, we work to help you establish a grounded and authentic way of being.


Virtual Offering includes PDF manual to help you reconnect with your own resilient nature.

Saturday Nov 6, 2021 - Nov 6, 2021 02:00 pm - 04:00 pm

at Online

Gioconda Parker

Gioconda has been practicing, teaching and studying yoga for over 20 years & is registered with Yoga Alliance as an ERYT-500. Her passion for teaching and sharing yoga is equaled by her passion for learning. In 2012, she completed her Master's Degree in Transpersonal Psychology, and in 2014 she completed a three-year training in Somatic Experiencing, a trauma therapy approach designed by Peter Levine. She combines these trainings with her yoga background to offer individual and group support through her private practice. She teaches and leads teacher trainings nationally and is looking forward to returning to leading retreats internationally. When she’s not teaching or writing, she heads to the mountains of Tennessee and South Carolina, cultivating creativity and being in nature. You can find out more about Gioconda and her offerings at