Trauma, resilience and being safely embodied
4-hour CPD workshop: Practical ways to teach yoga with trauma awareness
Next Date: Friday 17th September 2021 – 12.30pm to 4.30pm UK time
Online via Zoom – Small group to provide more support
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“I just wanted to say how much I loved the training. It really is by far the best workshop I’ve attended, and gave me a sense of what a really high quality, safe CPD experience feels and looks like. Thanks again, I feel so uplifted by the learning and sharing space with you and the others in the workshop.”
WHY IT’S IMPORTANT TO BE TRAUMA-INFORMED AWARE YOGA TEACHER?
We are living in challenging times. With the current world situation and ongoing lockdown we all need to be aware of short and long-term impact on our and our students/clients mental health and wellbeing.
Working in trauma-informed way with focus on resilience and embodiment can have a profound impact on the way we can support our communities.
This course is designed to help you learn practical tools to support your students/clients to become more safely embodied and work in trauma-informed and sensitive way.
‘I found Aneta to be a knowledgeable and serious teacher, who skilfully draws on her background in social work, supporting traumatised people and families. She absolutely walks her talk and really embodies her teaching.’
WHAT WILL YOU LEARN
- What really is trauma – enhance your understanding with some useful definitions
- How to recognise trauma and it’s symptoms in your students/clients
- How to orient towards nurturing resilience
- Simple and quick assessment tools you can use instantly
- Number one skill you need to use when it comes down to being trauma aware
- Boundaries, touch and consent – the real meaning of communication
- Practical tools for creating safe space for learning and exploring
- Tools for helping your students to become safely embodied
- Signposting and further learning
‘Trauma and being Safely Embodied 4 Hour CPD Workshop, which was focussed, informative and had an immediate impact on the quality of my teaching.’
WHO AM I TO TEACH YOU ABOUT TRAUMA WORK
I feel passionate about sharing this knowledge because I know how much of a difference it makes to our confidence and quality of teaching. I’ve been practicing yoga for over 26 years, and teaching mindfulness yoga and meditation for 11 years. I also worked with trauma for over 20 years including 16 years front- line in Social Care with trauma, crisis intervention, mental health, addiction, DV, and child protection issues in various settings in London and Kent, where I later trained and supervised workers to engage and support vulnerable individuals and families.
Over last two decades I trained in various modalities including Mindfulness yoga and meditation, Mindfulness and Yoga for Pain, Slow Embodied yoga, Yin/Insight yoga, Psychology and Person-Centred Counselling, Master NLP and NLP for Health and Wellbeing, Life and Wellness Coaching, breathwork, Energy Healing and Reiki Master, Somatics, Embodiment practices, bodywork and Thai Yoga Massage.
I am also Embodied Wisdom and Resilience Coach and Focusing practitioner (currently assisting on modular Focusing Practitioner Training with Fiona Parr).
I bring all of that experience into my work with clients, creating integrative approach, a unique mix of bio-psycho-social & spiritual approach that is client-led, compassionate and trauma aware.
I am registered Senior Yoga Teacher and TrainerPRO with Yoga Alliance Professionals UK with over 5000 hours logged in teaching time, and Founder of Golden Mandala Yoga School.
I work with Julia Davis from Yoga Teachers Forum and deliver Ethics and Trauma for Yoga Teachers trainings.
I have been mentoring yoga teachers for many years – you can find more info here: Yoga Teacher Mentoring.
I run ONLINE MENTORSHIP: Trauma Resilience Embodied Yoga and Social Impact for Yoga Teachers – a unique online 50-hour accredited further training and mentoring programme via Zoom and private membership area. This training is run as 10-week programme or in 5 Saturday version.
HOW DOES IT WORK
Once you register and pay for your place you will receive an email with confirmation.
On the morning of our workshop you will receive another email with Zoom link for this training.
After the training you will receive an email with the recording, which will be available to you for 1 month, and handouts for you to keep for future reference.
This workshop is limited to a small group to allow for interactive and safe learning.
This workshop is an introduction to teaching yoga in trauma-informed way and with focus on resilience and embodiment. It is a stand-alone CPD online workshop teaching you foundations of trauma awareness and practical skills for creating a safer space for your yoga students.
WAYS YOU CAN TAKE YOUR LEARNING DEEPER WITH ME
> In ONLINE MENTORSHIP: Trauma Resilience Embodied Yoga and Social Impact for Yoga Teachers – fully accredited 50 hour Further Training, delivered as 10-week online programme, via Zoom and private membership area >> Click here for more info <<
Please note that these trainings are not therapy and I encourage you to seek therapeutic support if you struggling with your mental health.
Price: £45 (includes handouts and a recording of the training)
4Hr CPD Yoga Teacher Training – Trauma, resilience and being safely embodied
“It’s Cam here from our workshop yesterday. I just wanted to email you and say how much I loved it. I also thought it was brilliant having Dawn managing things was fantastic, she was brilliant – it kept everything so relaxed.It really is by far the best workshop I’ve attended, and gave me a sense of what a really high quality, safe CPD experience feels and looks like.Thanks again, I feel so uplifted by the learning and sharing space with you and the others in the workshop.”Cam @ loopyoga.co.uk
‘The whole experience of a zoom workshop was new for me but Aneta did a great job. I felt included, at ease and welcome. Her experience in the field of trauma is extensive and I really felt grateful for the opportunity to learn from her.
The learning was presented professionally and there was an opportunity to view the materials after the workshop also. Altogether an inspiring experience for me.’
Angela Brown, Opal Grace Yoga