Sensory Awareness as Therapeutic Tool

Written by Daphne

Daphne is a registered yoga therapist, movement educator, bodyworker, and a specialist in somatic therapy.

February 19, 2022

Last 2 spots left for this weekend’s mini-immersion in Trauma-informed Somatic Yoga.

As yoga becomes increasingly popular in therapeutic settings, it’s important that teachers and professionals understand not just that yoga offers healing opportunities to those recovering from trauma, but how and why it can help. This course offers the unique opportunity to learn basic foundational frameworks, apply this knowledge to both individual and group cases, and identify how yoga can meet the needs of diverse populations.

This course is designed for yoga and mental health practitioners seeking to share yoga with people who have experienced trauma.

You might be teaching in a studio, private practice, or less conventional setting, or you may be a practitioner seeking depth in your personal practice. If you’re looking for a grounded, practical understanding of how you can use movement and touch work to support folks with trauma recovery, this workshop will serve as an excellent introduction to this work

Thank you @mandalapsychology for the quote feature.

This post was previously posted on on January 18th 2021.

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