$390.00 Early Bird discount
- $440.00 after Friday, January 13, 2023
- $490.00 after Friday, January 20, 2023
We have all lived through trauma. We feel how the body responds to a traumatic event, yet, how has the mind interpreted the experience? Here is where we ask, are we talking about the physical aspect or the mental and spiritual component?
Therefore, we have created a two-pronged educational approach in two different courses on Yoga for Trauma. Take one or both.
Before we explore the yogic perspective of trauma and the Sūtra in our March 18-19 course, join this course in February that offers an understanding of the science and foundations of trauma. This will be coupled with classroom tools to support students with trauma triggers. In this course, we will address:
*How the body and mind has processed and stored trauma.
*How cellular memory impacts the brain.
*How we can make a class safe and welcoming for a student who has experienced trauma.
*How we can help a survivor become a thriver.
In the second optional weekend, we explore the mind from the perspective of the Yoga Sūtra. Here, we dive into the vṛtti, the kleśa, the supporting yama and niyama plus more!
Over March 18-19, there is a follow-up course: Tools for Conflict and Trauma Resolution using the Yoga Sūtra, taught by Hansa. Note: the Conflict and Trauma Resolution course prerequisite is a minimum 200-hour Yoga training, and this course, Yoga: Bridge from Traumatic Stress to Trauma Informed Growth, is open to yoga teachers and serious practitioners.
Register here first then get a code to save $100 on the Conflict and Trauma Resolution course.
3-punch handouts provided. Bring your own notebook or folder.
Optional book: The Body Keeps the Score by Bessel van der Kolk
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We offer the option to attain 300-hours and more, with an excess of over 1000 hours of advanced classes available.
A required 200 hours of core courses must be supplemented with 100 hours additional elective courses to complete the 300 Hour + certification.
And, then you can continue your studies and earn the Certificate of PranaYoga Advanced Yoga Teacher Training (CPYT) for attaining 1000 hours of education.
You must have a 200 hour YTT certification before you can register. Courses can be used as continuing education.
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Patanjali Yoga Sutras
Yoga Teaching Methodology
Hatha Yoga Classical Texts
Ayurveda for Yogasana Teachers
Yoga as Therapy