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Adverse Childhood Experience (A.C.E.)
Learn about Adverse Childhood Experience (A.C.E.) and their effects on resilience
Psychology of Trauma
This workshop trains and certifies yoga teachers in a set posture sequence specifically designed to be non-threatening yet help rid the body and mind of fear and anxiety held after trauma. However; only 3 of the 20-hour training are spent moving on our mats and those are optional and may be spent in observation. This opens the training up to a wider audience of helpers, such as caregivers at home and professionals, that would include psychotherapist, health care workers, drug recovery workers, school teachers, and those seeking to heal themselves.
The workshop offers techniques that can be used on and off the mat, such as, mindfulness, self-regulation, breath, affirmations, meditation, visualization, aromatherapy and much more that can be used to care for oneself or within talk therapy/counseling sessions (private and group) with adults, children in situations for physical or behavioral fitness, to TBI rehab and even in hospice. Trainees will walk away with new tools and the knowledge of the science behind those tools.
Our co-trainer, Nicole Anders Psy.D. with the Veterans Administration and a certified yoga teacher, presents on PTSD, how it occurs, is diagnosed, and exist in our body long after the shock is over then covers why our techniques help us to bring our body back into balance. Darwin Bosen facilitates a guided discussions on how to cope with compassion fatigue and the effects of A.C.E. adverse childhood experiences and how they, without our permission or knowledge, may form our present decisions along with how our method can set us free from this past.
T.R.Y. will travel to bring our training where we are invited. T.R.Y. is currently based in Las Vegas NV and holds training here regularly, where people come from all over the world to attend.
Some things you will learn…
Adverse Childhood Experience (A.C.E.) and their effects on resilience
How to contain triggers during class
Boundaries during class
Meditation and mindfulness for trauma
Mantra for trauma
Psychology of trauma
Chair/Bed sequence variations
Chair/Bed sequence variations
Appropriate verbiage in class
Appropriate touch in class
Setting up healthy boundaries
How to work with diverse groups of people
Breathwork for trauma
Self-care for compassion fatigue
T.R.Y. will travel!
If you are interested in bringing our training to your city, we can cooperate with you to do just that. We would need your assistance as the host in your community and if all goes well, your training could be free! Here is what that looks like.
- Host required to find and secure a low-cost space to accommodate our 3-day training (enough open space to accommodate 30 yoga mats with working baths, air or heat depending on season) T.R.Y. will work with space directly to negotiate payment details. T.R.Y. pays an average 20% of the total enrollments to space.
- Host works with T.R.Y. to fill the training at 400.00 per participant, minimum of 20 enrolled 1 week before the training for T.R.Y. commit to coming. T.R.Y. will provide social media ads and send host flyers to print and promote at local business and yoga studios.
- Host will help T.R.Y. to understand your community, common trauma, social issues, for example in Las Vegas, we have homeless vets, infidelity, drug addiction and the recent mass violence to consider.
T.R.Y. has held workshops all over the United States! Please fill out our Contact form to get this process started!
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