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Connected Warriors yoga program aims to save lives with trauma-healing classes

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When the men and women of the United States Military return home to civilian life, they face truly difficult mental obstacles. In this week’s Sunday Closer, NBC’s Stephanie Gosk meets a woman who has put together a series of trauma-conscious yoga classes for active service members, veterans and their families to help manage symptoms of PTSD and potentially save lives. “Our warriors are trained to be present in chaos. They have no clue how to be present in peace. I can fix it,” yoga instructor Judy Weaver says.