This workshop is holistic, interactive, applied, and designed for those who want to incorporate mindfulness-based practices such as yoga and meditation into their daily lives in order to increase their own and/or their client’s ability to handle the ordinary and sometimes extraordinary stresses of daily life. We will dive deep into what trauma and resilience look like from scientific, psychological, and cultural perspectives, explore some of the origins and impacts of trauma and learn immediately applicable, positively impactful yoga and mindfulness-based interventions to reduce stress and increase focus, attention and a sense of well-being.
This course will cover:
Trauma & Resilience defined and explored
Neurobiology of stress, trauma, and resilience
Effects of trauma on the body and mind
Environmental, Social, Cultural and Psychological elements
Recognizing and working with the effects of trauma
Resilience-Focused Trauma-Informed practices for mindfulness/movement-based interventions
Resilience-building factors and practices
Saturday, August 1, 2020
9am - 5pm
LIVE via zoom
This workshop does provide CE credit for RYTs via Yoga Alliance.
**This course is being offered by donation. The regular price of this training is $150.
Please pay what you can and know that those who are able to pay more help make the training accessible for those less able to contribute financially at this time.
In order to register make a donation and complete the registration form below. Login details and everything you need for the training will be emailed prior to the start of the training.
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Hear what some previous students have said about this training:
"...it was informative and engaging."
"My most valuable takeaway from this training is the courage and freedom that comes with sharing with others. The simple fact that we are not alone."
"It was very thought-provoking and educational. I feel far more prepared to recognize and respond to trauma in myself and others."
"I have new tools to help with my trauma and the trauma of those I support."
"I wish everyone had this information."