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Yoga Tools for Trauma Workshop Series

What are Yoga Tools for Trauma?

Learn some of the science behind the body’s natural response and the tools yoga can offer to find relief and come home to yourself.

In this series, we will:

  • Define trauma as seen through the lens of yoga

  • Explore the physiological impact of trauma

  • Learn about yogic philosophy related to how we process trauma

  • Practice yogic tools to process trauma through the layers of human-ness

Who is this series for?

Yoga Tools for Trauma is for anyone with an interest in learning more about trauma, which may include those who have directly or indirectly experienced trauma, and working professionals and teachers.

Schedule + Investment

Sundays, 9:00-11:00am MDT

  • September 13, 2020

  • September 20, 2020

  • September 27, 2020

Each session will include a presentation on that week’s focus, accessible movement, guided relaxation, and time for questions. Each session will also include a handout and recommended reading list, if you would like to dive deeper into the topics.

Register Here

PRICING  $50 Non-Member / $45 Member

Tuition is for the entire series. Please try your best to attend all three sessions.

REGISTRATION  Please pre-register at least 30 minutes prior to the start of the first session to guarantee your spot and receive your Zoom link.

Recommended props + materials:

  • A quiet space where you are able to feel comfortable and focus

  • Yoga mat or blanket for the floor

  • Blanket(s)

  • Chair or couch (optional – if you’d rather not be on the floor)

  • Notebook and pen (optional – if you’re a note-taker)

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