FOR YOGA TEACHERS – Understanding how to work with trauma is more important then ever.
But understanding trauma – what it is, signs and symptoms, and theories – is only a first step.
What’s key here is to know HOW IT TRANSLATES INTO OUR WORK WITH STUDENTS AS YOGA TEACHERS.
Because let’s be honest – yoga and mindfulness are sold these days as practices that are good for many things – physical health and fitness, stress reduction, mental health and wellbeing, embodiment, spiritual transformation. That’s a lot of high expectations.
These days people coming to our sessions can present with many different needs, and these can include trauma symptoms. How do you recognise when somebody gets triggered? And how do you support, guide and create safety for them in your sessions?
How all this knowledge and understanding of trauma translates in practical ways into working with YOUR client group?
Because teaching yoga to a group of teenagers, fit adults, older ladies or prison inmates will require you to approach it in different ways.
Join me for:
TRAUMA AND BEING SAFELY EMBODIED
4-hour CPD workshop: Practical ways to teach yoga with trauma awareness
Friday 5th June 2020 – 1pm to 5pm UK
Online via Zoom – This workshop is limited to 25 participants only to allow for interactive and safe learning.
Info and booking details are here: http://www.anetai.co.uk/cpd-yoga-teachers-training-trauma-…/