50 Hr Trauma-Informed Women's Yoga Teacher Training
with Atira Tan and Lorraine Taylor
Virtual and Online Training
21st September - 26th October 2021
Are you ready to up-level your yoga qualifications in learning how to respond to trauma in your female students more effectively?
Do you hold women’s circles or focus on feminine wisdom teachings such as menstruality consciousness and womb work?
Or perhaps you're a yogini looking to hold your own experience of trauma through a more feminine and compassionate approach?
Maybe you’re longing to reconnect with yourself through yogic principles and embodied spiritual practices designed specifically for a woman’s body?
This unique 50-hour YACEP advanced yoga teacher training may be just for you!
In this specialized online 50 Hr Trauma-Informed Yoga Teacher Training led by Atira Tan (SEP, MA, 500 E-RYT) and Lorraine Taylor (500 E-RYT), with a combined 50 years of experience in the feminine yogic and therapeutic arts, this teacher training will inspire and empower you to take yoga out from the “asana” into a deeper dimension of healing and transformation for yourself, your students, and ultimately, the world.
Foundations of Trauma-Informed Yoga: The Importance of TIY Principles:
Overview of Trauma & the Nervous System: The Psychophysiology of Yoga & Trauma.
The Art of Therapeutic Presence: Self-Regulation & Co-Regulation
Essential elements of Trauma-Informed Yoga Part 1: Asana, Meditation, Philosophy & Pranayama
Essential elements of Trauma-Informed Yoga Part 2: Trauma-Informed Cueing, Adjustments, Consent, Boundaries, and Language
Feminine Approaches to Yoga: Cultivating self-love, and appreciation
✭ Become more trauma aware
✭ Understand how some asanas can heal, and others can harm
✭ Learn how to modify your classes for sexual abuse survivors
✭ Be more embodied and connected to feminine wisdom
✭ Discover a more compassionate relationship with your body
✭ Embody a more feminine way of being
✭ Learn how to respond more effectively to trauma
✭ Gain a foundation in trauma in the nervous system
✭ Learn yogic tools for support and self-love
✭ Find a softer, more nurturing approach to healing
✭ Live a more enlivened life.
✭ Educate yourself in somatic approaches for trauma recovery