Covid-19 Event Updates

As our community works to reopen, please speak with your individual provider about planning for your appointments and for more information about our events. 

Upcoming Events

IG POST Winter Solstice Yoga

Upcoming Events

IG POST reschedule with Megan
This 10-week course will teach you what behavior really is, and how to change it. Being With: A Course for Parents with Big, Baffling Behaviors is based on the science of being relationally, socially, and behaviorally human. This course will make your child’s behavior make sense- even the ones that don’t. You’ll become equipped with interventions, tools, and techniques- that actually work! And in this no-shame, no blame approach to parenting, you’ll finally understand why knowing is only half the battle. The course is strategically designed so you don’t just learn a bunch of parenting tools and techniques. By the end, you’ll actually be able to utilize the powerful techniques you’ll learn.
This course will benefit all parents but is especially offered for parents of kids with vulnerable nervous systems and baffling behaviors. This includes children with a history of trauma and toxic stress (including foster care and adoption), as well as children who are neurodivergent, gifted, have sensory processing differences, or neuroimmune disorders. You might not know why your child has a vulnerable nervous system, and that’s OK. This course is for you, too.
The three core tenets of Being With: A Course for Parents with Big, Baffling Behaviors are:
1. Behavior is just a clue. It’s what we see on the outside that gives us some information about what might be happening on the inside.
2. We all need connection to survive. If your child is behaving in a way that makes you not want to be connected to them, we can pause and ask “What’s up with that?”
3. Regulated, connected kids who feel safe behave well. To change children’s behaviors, we will look for ways to increase regulation, connection, and felt-safety.
Here is are highlights of the Course:
Section 1- How to Become the Expert in Your Child’s Behaviors. Using the science of being relationally, socially, and behaviorally human, this section will demystify the most baffling behaviors. You’ll change how to see and interpret your child’s behavior. That change will become the most powerful tool in your parenting toolbox.
Section 2- Now, Let’s “Fix” Those Behaviors. Your parenting toolbox will be stuffed with brain, body, and sensory strategies- that actually work. These techniques will strengthen your child’s nervous system and decrease baffling behaviors. Better yet, by the end of this section you’ll know what interventions to use when.
Section 3- Why Knowing Isn’t Even Half the Battle. You aren’t a bad parent, so what happens between learning new parenting skills and actually using those new parenting skills? Section 3 will grow your tolerance for baffling behaviors so you can parent the way that you want to.
· Ready to move past behavior intervention techniques.
· Longing to find a way to see your child’s true self….even if they never show it to you.
· Willing to do the hard work of looking inward to move onward.
· Looking for the right behavior intervention to change your child’s behaviors.
· Most comfortable with consequence-based parenting interventions.
· Not interested in considering and addressing the underlying cause of difficult behaviors.
· Parenting a child with chronically dangerous behaviors (violence, aggression, substance abuse, sexually acting out, self-injury, etc.).
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Recurring Events

Yoga for Clients and community meditation

*Please note: As of 8/9/21, we will be observing mask requirements during all yoga classes & in common indoor spaces, regardless of vaccination status. Masks will be available if you are in need of one upon arrival to class. We will continue to update as we adapt to any new recommendations or mandates to ensure the health and safety of our community. Thank you for your understanding!

Our yoga classes are back in person! These classes are reserved for clients of Bridge Counseling (age 16+), but guests are welcome with a recommended donation of $5-20. For any questions please email

  • Mats, blocks, and other props available for use.
  • Advance sign-up currently required to maintain social distancing. No need to sign up for meditation. 
  • Participants are encouraged to wear a mask, however masks are not required for vaccinated participants. Please use your best judgment and make the decision that feels the most comfortable for you. *Please see note above regarding current mask requirements.
  • All experience levels welcome, from brand-new beginner and up!

Slow Flow
Tuesdays @ 12:15-1:00p

Bardstown Rd Building, 1904 Eastern Parkway, Louisville, KY 40204

*This class is currently on hold. Apologies for any inconvenience!*

The theme of this class will be centered around stress relief and bringing awareness to any tension we may be holding in our bodies. This class is great for chilling out, self-care, and practicing mindfulness. Be ready to move, laugh, and grow! All levels welcome.

Hatha Flow
Wednesdays @ 6:15-7:15p

Building A, 540 Baxter Ave., Louisville, KY 40204

Marie Coma-Thompson, LPCC, E-RYT-200

The focus in this class is on feeling safe and present in your body through the union of breath, movement, and awareness. Students are invited to do what feels good to them and may modify anything as needed. All levels are welcome, beginners and beyond.

Yin Yang Flow
Thursdays @ 5:30-6:30p

Bardstown Rd Building, 1904 Eastern Parkway, Louisville, KY 40204

Tamyra Reilly, RYT

Yin Yang Flow is a class designed to provide the perfect balance between effort and ease. Interweaving postures that build strength and stamina, with those that dissolve tension in the tightest areas of your body. Melt away stress, improve your flexibility and learn breath techniques that energize you as well as ones that are meant to calm the mind.

Community Meditation Wednesdays @ 9:30-10:15

Building A, 540 Baxter Ave., Louisville, KY 40204

Tina Zeller, CSW, RYT 200

Join us for a shared meditation practice in which we offer a meditation/reflection prompt and practice a silent sit together. No meditaiton expereince required.

Shinrin Yoku

(Forest Therapy)

During a forest bathing session you will be guided on a leisurely walk on gentle paths under the forest canopy with guided activities to help you open your senses, hone your intuition and experience the forest as you never have before. By tuning into scent, sight, sound, touch, taste, we slow down and begin to connect with the forest by way of guided exercises or what we call “invitations.” We draw upon mindfulness meditation practices and techniques of deep nature connection.

This is not a hike or a long walk. We will cover a relatively small amount of distance, so all are welcome regardless of age, fitness level or outdoor experience. Please use bug spray and sunscreen before we enter the forest. Please dress in layers and bring blankets, gloves and hat for cold weather. Please bring a full water bottle!

This is a donation based event. Suggested donation is $20 or give what you can.
Ages 18+ (anyone younger than 18 must have parent/guardian/adult present).
No pets please.

If you have questions, please email Juniper. 

Mindfulness Based Ecotherapy Group

Mindfulness-Based Ecotherapy (MBE) is a blending of Mindfulness and Ecopsychology. MBE uses nature to facilitate mindful awareness. MBE is used as a framework for helping individuals and families to find deeper connections in their own lives, and to give more meaning and enjoyment to the activities of daily living.

Juniper Owens, LCSW is a certified ecotherapist, Yasei Forest Therapy Guide and experienced psychotherapist with Bridge. She is a leader in the field of nature connection in the southeast and will be your facilitator for this group.

Each session will dive into a MBE skill and practice which include:
Mindful Awareness, Radical Acceptance, Wise Mind and Wise Body, Letting Go, Living in the Now, Centering, Connecting, Nature as Metaphor, Nature as Teacher, Nature as Healer and Living in True Self.

Support Opportunities for the Local Racial Justice Movement

Bridge is teaming up with Parents for Social Justice to provide supply and volunteer coordination for the local social justice movement at the direction of organizers from Kentucky Alliance against Racial and Political Oppression. Supply donations can be dropped off in the back of building A at 540 Baxter Ave, Louisville KY, 40204. Check out our amazon wish list for details on what the organizers are requesting. For further information on how to get involved and support Kentucky Alliance, please use the following link.