The Foundations | 20 hour training
Who can attend the training?
The Trauma- Informed Yoga Training – Foundations 20hr Module is open to people of all levels and all backgrounds; you do not need any specific training prior to attending,although we strongly recommend having a current yoga practice. We believe this training will be most helpful for yoga teachers, social workers, therapists, health care professionals, educators, community service personnel, and activists looking for tools to support sustainable healing from trauma and chronic stress.
What will I learn?
The Foundations Module of the TIY training provides an integrative framework for understanding how complex trauma and chronic stress impact the body and mind. The Module focuses on the ancient practices of yoga and somatic meditation and their ability to reduce Post Traumatic Stress symptoms and increase a greater sense of well-being.
This training will equip you with relevant theory, tools, and in-person practice to better support trauma survivors as they befriend their bodies and reclaim a sense of safety and empowerment in their lives.
What does The Foundational Module cover?
The Foundational Module covers:
● The autonomic nervous system & stress response
● The Polyvagal theory
● Overview of Attachment theory
● Somatic therapy tools for resourcing*
● Yoga practices & somatic meditations for greater self-regulation
● Trauma-informed language and cueing
● Cultivating inclusivity
● Practice teaching
● Yoga and trauma-healing as social justice
Ingrained in all of the TIY trainings is the understanding that systemic patterns of trauma, privilege, marginalization and oppression (such as poverty, racism, ableism, and homophobia among others) must be addressed in order to cultivate healing for all individuals. This philosophy runs through each training and is unpacked at depth in a separate module.
To transform your healing practice, register today!
Kyra Haglund, LCSW, SEP, E-RYT is a Social Worker, Somatic Experiencing practitioner & Yoga Teacher based in Los Angeles. She has been teaching for 18 years and is a co-creator of the Santa Monica Yoga 200hr Teacher Training program & the Trauma-Informed Yoga program. Kyra takes an integrative approach to healing, blending traditional psychotherapy, holistic arts, and somatic tools to support greater self-regulation and well-being. She currently practices individual and group therapy, teaches yoga, and lives in Los Angeles with her family.
This training has been for approved by Yoga Alliance for 20 CEs.Personal Investment: $475 (early bird special $400 until 1/12/20)