Who am I?

Beth Jones

Beth teaches yoga in central Maine, leading classes in hatha yoga, yoga nidra meditation, chakra yoga  and in the Trauma Center's trauma sensitive yoga method.  Her specialty  classes focus on mantra, meditation and freeing up space in the body  through a practice that encourages micro-movement and choice-making.  A  long-time member of the Family Violence Project (FVP) treatment team for  domestic violence and addiction recovery, she teaches regularly at a  FVP shelter, Day One Recovery, and SASSMM programs, and she offers  unique workshops in trauma-informed principles for yoga teachers and in  self-care for service providers & family members suffering from  vicarious trauma.  She's also a contributor to Yoga Service Council's  upcoming text Best Practices in Yoga for Survivors of Sexual Trauma.  Her regular signature miniretreats on Friday afternoons in Hallowell offer people experiences in depth yoga, practice with local musicians, self care and mantra.

Where do I teach?

A Center for Health Insight (CHI)

98 Second St. Hallowell 

Healthy Living Resource Center

Maine General in Augusta 

& Thayer Hospital in Waterville

MidMaine Adult Ed. @

School Street Yoga in Waterville