July 3, 2023
This statement stands as the guiding principles for my weightlifting club, serving to invite and reassure both current and prospective members that they are stepping into a space that honors their entire being.
July 3, 2023
It is well known that trauma disproportionately impacts individuals and groups who experience marginalization and oppression including people of color, those living in poverty and experiencing socioeconomic disparities/classism, and members of the LGBTQIA+ community. For this reason, Trauma Informed Weight Lifting is committed to principles of practice that incorporate anti-oppression and anti-racist frameworks (Do Less Harm) and values as well as trauma-informed frameworks and values (Then Do Good).
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September 18, 2022 · Research
We’re excited to announce that TIWL is working on a first of its kind qualitative research project exploring weightlifting as an adjunct intervention for trauma.
Trauma Informed Weight Lifting
Denver | Boston
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