This project will develop and deliver a 6-week therapeutic program for survivors of sexual assault that will support healing and reconnection for participants. Research suggests that sexual assault survivors who are not able to access support have a higher likelihood of developing PTSD, and report increases in depression and anxiety. Evidence supports yoga as an adjunct therapy that can provide survivors with body-based tools to support self-regulation, regaining a measure of control and safety over their own bodies, and decreased isolation. Further, studies suggest that the use of yoga by sexual assault survivors increases self-compassion and mindfulness and decreases physical tension and stress levels, improves sleep, and supports survivors ability to manage intrusive symptoms while supporting an overall sense of well-being. Special focus would be given to supporting and addressing the needs of Indigenous, Queer, Trans and Two-Spirit, immigrant and/or refugee people ensuring cultural safety using a decolonial and feminist framework to build the curriculum.