Speaking Engagements and Collaborations

 

 

 

 

Speaking Engagements

Kintla has conducted speaking engagements and presented workshops both nationally and internationally. Topics range from mindfulness in everyday life and self-compassion in chaotic times to in-services for mental health practitioners and educational talks on the effects of trauma and implementation of Kintla Yoga Therapy.

Kintla’s background, research, and experience working with combat veterans and survivors of child abuse/neglect, sexual assault, domestic violence, human trafficking, cancer and medical trauma coupled with her deep understanding of brain/body healing make her an ideal candidate to speak to audiences of all types that simply wish to learn how to move through life with more ease, as well as audiences of medical and mental health professionals that wish to learn more about empowering healing in trauma survivors.

For more information regarding speaking engagements, workshops and training sessions, please inquire via the contact tab.

Upcoming 

October 12, 2018 | EAST LANSING, MICHIGAN
East Lansing Hannah Community Center

Kintla will be giving a talk about self-compassion and self-empowerment.

Self-Compassion: Finding Calm in Chaotic Times

October 4, 2018 | SAGINAW, MICHIGAN
Saginaw Valley State University | Michigan Human Trafficking Task Force 4th Semi-Annual Conference

Kintla will speaking about trauma recovery and resources for mental health practitioners.

Kintla Yoga Therapy for Human Trafficking Recovery: Foundations and Resources for Mental Health Practitioners 

September 20-21, 2018 | TOLEDO, OHIO
University of Toledo | International Human Trafficking & Social Justice Conference 2018

Kintla will be attending the conference and providing information on her cloud-based programs for mental health providers.

August 16, 2018 | BAY CITY, MICHIGAN
Prosecuting Attorneys Association of Michigan
2018 Annual Victim Rights Conference

Kintla will be giving a talk about mind-body tools for advocates working with trauma victims as well as Kintla Yoga Therapy® on the UnitusTI cloud.

The Crime Victim Advocates’ Mind-Body Toolbox: Kintla Yoga Therapy® for Crime Victim Recovery Program

July 27, 2018 | BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS
Harvard Medical School

Kintla will be presenting at the 2018 world conference on Movement and Cognition to be held at the Joseph B. Martin Conference Center at Harvard Medical School.

Movement in Social Engagement: Therapeutic Efficacy of Yoga in Individuals with Varied Traumatic Stress Histories

June 15, 2018 | LANSING, MICHIGAN
Michigan Human Trafficking Task Force

Kintla will be presenting on mind-body tools to help survivors in the moment, what to look for in a trauma-informed yoga teacher, and Kintla Yoga Therapy on the UnitusTI cloud.

June 14, 2018 | LANSING, MICHIGAN
National Association of Social Workers-Michigan Chapter

Kintla will be conducting an in-service on trauma-informed yoga for members of the National Association of Social Workers-Michigan Chapter.

May 4, 2018 | ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN
Journey of Grace Survivors’ Retreat

Kintla will be teaching a trauma-informed yoga session for female human trafficking survivors.

April 20, 2018 | LANSING, MICHIGAN
Women’s Center of Greater Lansing

Kintla will be providing an in-service for social work interns.

March 16, 2018 | TRAVERSE CITY, MICHIGAN
Northwestern Michigan University

Kintla will be attending the Human Trafficking: Awareness to Action Conference at the college and providing information on her cloud-based programs for mental health providers to implement with survivors.

March 5 – 6, 2018 | LANSING, MICHIGAN

Kintla will be teaching trauma-informed yoga practices to refugees.

February 16, 2018 | EAST LANSING, MICHIGAN

Kintla will be teaching trauma-informed yoga practices to refugee children.

October 17, 2017 | EAST LANSING, MICHIGAN
East Lansing Hannah Community Center

Kintla will be speaking on Trauma-Informed Yoga: A Brief Overview.

June 22, 2017 | LANSING, MICHIGAN
Lansing Community College

Kintla will be presenting on Trauma-Informed Mind-Body Interventions and Provider Self-Care for the Justice in Mental Health Organization (JIMHO).

May 8 – 13, 2017 | NEW DELHI, INDIA
Women Economic Forum

SPEAKING TOPICS:

Kintla Yoga Therapy®: Empowering Healing in Trauma Survivors

Kintla Yoga Therapy®: A New Way Forward in Healing Trauma

Kintla Yoga Therapy®: Innovations in the Marketplace

Collaborations

Kintla Yoga Therapy® is honored to have presented for or served in collaboration with the following;

Speaking/Teaching Engagements:

Women Economic Forum, New Delhi, India

National Association of Social Workers-MI Chapter

ALL Ladies League

Prosecuting Attorneys Association of Michigan
(Crime Victims Advocates Annual Conference)

Michigan State University

Athena WIN

City of East Lansing, Michigan

YogaMedics, Inc.

Brain Injury Association of Michigan

Ingham County Health Department

Ingham County Cultural Diversity Committee

Yoga Marrakesh, Marrakesh, Morocco

New Beginnings Sober Living–Ann Arbor

Old Town Medical Arts

Michigan State University Sexual Assault Program

East Lansing Hot Yoga

(SCENE) Metrospace Art Gallery

Thrun Law Firm, P.C

Greater Lansing Islamic School (refugees).

Lansing Public Schools

Harvard Medical School

Michigan Human Trafficking Task Force

Journey of Grace Human Trafficking Survivor Retreat

AmericCorps NCCC FEMA Corps: Atlantic Region

Justice in Mental Health Organization

East Lansing Hannah Community Center

The Women’s Center of Greater Lansing

 

Collaborations:

Senator Judy Emmons
(MI-Human Trafficking Legislation)

The Firecracker Foundation

Break the Chain, Documentary (2016)
[Human Trafficking in Michigan and the US]

Sydney Solis, Storytime Yoga®

 

Artist Collaborations:

Violinist Yen-Jung Chen

Dixon’s Violin

Cellist Suren Petrosyan

Cellist Marta Bagratuni

Guitarist Pat Zelenka

Violinist Matt Pickart

“Kintla, I want to thank you for your amazing yoga workshop last week. It was a very powerful experience for our survivors. I am hoping that we can continue to partner with you in the future. 

I truly appreciated your vulnerable leadership and compassionate approach.

I know that most of the survivors I have the privilege of working with would benefit from bodywork, yoga, and breathing exercises.”

Tana Fedewa, LMSW

Therapist, Sexual Assault Program, Michigan State University

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