Are you interested in sharing yoga with those impacted by trauma and/or addiction?
Are you working in these fields already and interested in how mindfulness based trauma sensitive yoga can support people in recovery?
Transformation Yoga Project is offering an in depth training on October 13th and 14th, 2018 for yoga teachers, social workers, counselors, and interested yogis
Colleen DeVirgiliis, Mike Huggins and Nicole Breen will share their experience working within recovery centers, inpatient and outpatient treatment centers, behavioral health settings and other recovery spaces.
Sessions will include interactive lecture, discussion, experiential exercises and practice instruction.
What is yoga service
Developing self and cultural awareness within yoga service
What is unresolved trauma and how does this affect working with the body and mind
Understanding Addiction and its treatment
How yoga and mindfulness practices support 12 step and other recovery plans
Pillars and key elements of trauma sensitivity
How to create a class that is trauma sensitive
Race, privilege and inclusion
Saturday, October 13 12:00-6:30 pm
Sunday, October 14 12:00-6:30pm
Yoga Alliance CEUs: 12 Hours
Equilibrium Dance Academy
1802 S. Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19145
Saturday, December 1st 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sunday, December 2nd 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Transformation Yoga Project is offering an in-depth training on December 1st and 2nd, 2018 for yoga teachers, social workers, school teachers, counselors, and interested yogis. This training is open to people interested in learning trauma-sensitive, mindfulness-based tools to share with young people that foster resilience, decrease stress, and increase emotional regulation.
Are you interested in sharing trauma-sensitive practices with youth in classrooms, detention centers, behavioral health settings and alternate schools?
Colleen DeVirgiliis and Katy Kopnitsky will share their experience working with youth in detention, foster care, alternative schools, behavioral health settings, hospitals, and within the school system. This training will include an interactive lecture, discussion, experiential exercises, sample classes and practice instruction.
- What is yoga service
- Developing self and cultural awareness and within yoga service
- What is unresolved trauma, and how does it affect the body, mind and spirit
- Adverse Childhood Experiences and health outcomes
- Resiliency Theory
- Logistics and best practices of working with youth in institutions
- How to create a class that is trauma-sensitive
- Mindfulness activities to increase focus and attention, decrease stress and increase social-emotional learning skills
Saturday, December 1, 9:00am - 5:00 pm
Sunday, December 2, 8:00am -4:00 pm
Yoga Alliance CEUs: 15 Hours
Trauma Sensitive Yoga for Justice, Reentry and Social Impact
Friday, February 8th 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Saturday, February 9th 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Sunday, February 10th 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Transformation Yoga Project is offering an in-depth training on February 8-10th, 2019 for yoga teachers, social workers, counselors, and interested yogis.
- Are you interested in being of impact in the area of social justice?
- Are you interested in sharing yoga within the justice system?
- Are you working in these fields already and interested in how mindfulness-based trauma-sensitive yoga can support people living within these systems?
Bri Murphy and Colleen DeVirgiliis of Transformation Yoga Project will share their experience working within the justice system in prisons, jails, detention centers and Reentry spaces. This workshop will include interactive lecture, group dialogue, experiential exercises and practice instruction.
Special segments led by Oneika Mays, Director of Operations with Transformation Yoga Project and Liberation Yoga Project facilitator on privilege, language, inclusivity and loving-kindness meditation.
Other topics include:
- What is yoga service
- Developing self and cultural awareness within yoga service
- What is unresolved trauma and how does yoga support the body, mind, spirit connection
- Pillars and framework of trauma-sensitive yoga
- Evidence supporting benefits of Trauma-sensitive Yoga in institutions
- Accessibility and Inclusivity in-class facilitation
- A brief overview of the history of mass incarceration
- Best Practices for engagement and designing classes (asana, pranayama, and meditation) appropriate for trauma-sensitive yoga
15 Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Credits are available upon completion of the training.
If you pay a registration fee and later find you must change your plans, you can either transfer your fee to a later Training or ask for a refund. Our policy is to refund the amount less an administrative fee of $25. If you have to cancel within twenty-four (24) hours of Training or after Training has begun, we will refund one half of the total fee because our expenses accelerate dramatically. The more notice you provide, the more likely we can fill your spot. We appreciate your understanding.