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Former Santa Rosa Paramedic Aims for Full-Time Center to Help First Responders Through Trauma

Since its inception in 2018, First Responder Resiliency says it has held hundreds of these events and trained nearly 6,000 first responders in mindfulness, leadership, and more.

A burly man with a mop of blonde hair and a serious expression faced two rows of off-duty firefighters, police officers, paramedics and soldiers gathered in the carriage house of a Napa County vineyard.

Then he stretched his rear leg back, bent his front knee, reached both arms upward and barked, “Warrior pose!”

“Warrior pose!” responded the pupils in a military cadence, as they mimicked his stance.

Read more at The Press Democrat

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