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TRAUMA-INFORMED LENS

TRAUMA CENTER TRAUMA SENSITIVE YOGA

You are invited to reflect on your access to resources that have been impacted due to COVID and/or as a result of forms of intersectional oppression

$325, $375, $425

sliding scale pricing

Sunday August 7, 9a-3pm PST
Sunday August 14, 9a-3pm PST
Sunday August 21, 9a-3pm PST

18 contact and five non-contact hours.

Certificate of TCTSY Foundational Training.

Covers core concepts of TCTSY methodology

Pre-requisite for the 300hr Certification program

Online Training.

Yoga Alliance and IAYT CEUs available


TCTSY TRAINING (ONLINE)

- MARYSA LAROWE, YOGA TEACHER

"It helped me shift my perspective and approach to teaching yoga, and gave me concrete ideas about language and adaptations that I could bring into my studio classes. I'm already seeing my students making more choices within their practice!"


Deepen your understanding of the complexities of systemic and interpersonal trauma, the impact of complex trauma on the nervous system and how a trauma informed yoga practice can assist in integrating healing.

join a foundational training, discovering a trauma-informed lens through tctsy

3 sundays in august 2022, 9a-3p pst

what folks

are saying

"Alli is really knowledgeable about being trauma-informed, not only through her language, but as a foundation in her embodiment practices. She attends to the intersections of trauma, stress, marginalization, and oppression from a compassionate, curious, and active stance which is so needed at this time and in the field of yoga. Her use of relevant and contemporary voices in the trauma, embodiment/somatic, and intersectionality fields are were much appreciated."

-Erica Garcia, M.S., LLMFT (training participant)


TCTSY FOUNDATIONAL TRAINING

  

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begins August 7, 2022

Do I need to be a yoga teacher to participate in the 20 hour training?

FAQ

No. All body abilities, shapes, expressions and background welcomed. Participants DO NOT need to be yoga teachers to benefit from the training

Does this training certify me as a TCTSY Facilitator

No. A letter of completion will be provided at the end of the training. Participants can expect to leave the training with a trauma informed lens to integrate into any context using yoga/movement.  

What organizations and regulating bodies recognize this treatment modality? 

TCTSY is registered as an evidence-based practice with the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Association (SAMHSA) in the United States.

How might I prepare myself for the training?

Although the workshop is facilitated in a respectful and professional manner, it can be emotionally, physically, and intellectually demanding. We recommend creating a self-care plan for the weekend, as there is the possibility of being triggered by course or discussion content.

What are the principles of trauma-informed care?

These principles inform the culture at Trauma Sensitive Yoga West, and they include safety, trustworthiness and transparency, peer support and mutual self help, collaboration and mutuality; Empowerment, voice and choice; Cultural, historical and gender concerns 

Do you provide CECs (Continuing Education Credits)? 

Continuing education credits are available with Yoga Alliance and the Canadian Yoga Alliance. Please consult your association or college providing the CEC’s with regards to this training. Additional information can be provided upon request.  

FAQ

How might I prepare myself for the training?

Although the workshop is facilitated in a respectful and professional manner, it can be emotionally, physically, and intellectually demanding. We recommend creating a self-care plan for the weekend, as there is the possibility of being triggered by course or discussion content.

I offer personalized trauma sensitive trainings to meet specific needs of yoga studios, organizations, and health professionals.

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tctsy foundational training

Deepen your understanding of the complexities of systemic and interpersonal trauma, the impact of complex trauma on the nervous system and how a trauma informed yoga practice can assist in integrating healing.

Sundays in May, 12p-3p PST

a l l i jones ewing