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Be Well

Joanne Spence

I write about self-care practices through the lens of yoga and spirituality. I am candid about my own struggle to be well physically and mentally. Consider me a supportive companion on the journey of life.

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May I

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Marching Madness

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Formative February

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Just-Hanging-On January

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  • Joanne Spence

    Joanne is the author of "Trauma-Informed Yoga: A Toolbox for Therapists: 47 Practices to Calm, Balance, and Restore the Nervous System." She is also a poet, translator of hard stuff, lover of sunsets, yoga teacher, and spiritual director.

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