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PESI author Joanne Spence highlights the value of practicing breathwork before anxiety or panic sets in.


PESI author Joanne Spence explores the difference between surviving and thriving with a look at how we spend our time, resources, and energy – especially amid a global pandemic.


What does it mean to have “enough”? PESI author Joanne Spence explores the downward spiral of our ever-present desire to have more, do more, and be more – and how to come back to the present and to a place of gratitude.


Joanne Spence, BSW, MA, ERYT500, LFYP-2, C-IAYT, is a recovering social worker and certified yoga therapist, and author of Trauma-Informed: A Toolbox for Therapists: 47 Simple Practices to Calm, Balance, and Restore the Nervous System (PESI Publishing, 2021). She is the founder and executive director of Yoga in Schools. Joanne trains and teaches all sorts of amazing people, both nationally and internationally, in yoga. She has taught yoga in prisons, hospitals, schools, churches, and sometimes on street corners. She specializes in working with adults and children who are experiencing chronic pain, trauma, depression, anxiety, ADHD, and insomnia. 

Speaker Disclosures:

Financial: Joanne Spence is the founder and executive director of Yoga in Schools. She is an author for PESI Publishing and receives royalties.


Non-financial: Joanne Spence has no relevant non-financial relationship to disclose.