If you or someone you love lives with post-trauma symptoms, this training is for you
September 25 at 12pm - 2:30 pm Mountain Time
via Zoom or watch the recording
Customized to meet the unique needs
of every participant
Class size is limited.
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Do you or someone you love live with post-trauma symptoms?
Life after trauma can feel like an ongoing struggle, often leading to feelings of hopelessness.
This struggle often feels exacerbated by our desire to be in healthy, happy relationships - yet being routinely hijacked by overwhelming feelings of fear, isolation, mistrust, and confusion.
If you or someone you love is coping with post-trauma symptoms, this training offers a path towards understanding, healing, and liberation - for both of you.
Here's what you'll explore:
Stop the Fight
Survival responses include fight-or-flight, freeze/immobilization, attach/cry-for-help, please/appease, and collapse/submit.
Stop the fight against these responses by understanding them scientifically and allowing them to fulfill their purpose of providing you protection and balance.
The Core Wound
Subconscious perception governs up to 98% of our self-beliefs and relationship dynamics.
Subconscious perceptions often reinforce our core wounds.
Learn to use subconscious awareness to heal that wound, and exit the vicious cycles of emotional conflicts and relationship turmoil.
Sense Safety & Support
Your sensory system enables you to detect safety or danger.
Trauma distorts this ability. This can make everyday life feel like a disorienting maze of confusion, exhaustion, conflict, and despair.
Utilize your sensory system get oriented within a newfound sense of safety, support, and adaptability.
This movement practice uses clinically proven methods for traumatic recovery including aspects of acupressure, sensorimotor psychotherapy, body-centered trauma therapy, Primal Vinyasa®, and somatic meditation.
The sequence will be customized to meet your needs.
You will not be guided into personal triggers or asked to share uncomfortable information with the group. This is an informative, guided, introspective experience rooted in trauma-informed therapeutic approaches to keep the space neutral, safe, and private.
This workshop is customized to meet the needs and goals of each participant.
This training is guided by Amanda Blain, who specializes in yogic psychology and trauma-informed therapeutic approaches through the National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine and Sensorimotor Psychotherapy. Amanda is also a functional and therapeutic movement coach and Yoga Alliance registered teacher certified in Primal Vinyasa® and Tantric Hatha.
Not sure if this training is right for you? Email inquiries to email@example.com