Trauma Sensitive Yoga Training With Holle Black

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Friday, May 13, 2016 from 6:00 pm to 9:30 pm
Saturday, May 14, 2016 from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm
Sunday, May 15, 2016 from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Early bird price $350 before April 13, 2016; $400 after April 13, 2016. All sales final.

Are you interested in Yoga and Mindfulness in a trauma-sensitive setting? This 20 hour workshop and YTT, led by Holle Black, Co-Founder of Centering Youth, is for anyone interested in teaching or learning more about trauma-sensitive yoga. This training would be great for social workers, educators, nurses or religious leaders. 20 hours contributes towards The Center for Inegrative Yoga Studies 300 hour YTT.

Topics will include:

What is trauma, and how does it affect the mind, body and ability to confront the challenges in our lives?

How to use Yoga and Mindfulness to heal the mind-body connection and provide tools to calm, focus and find personal strength and balance.

How a trauma-sensitive Yoga and Mindfulness class is different from a regular yoga class.

What to include and what to avoid in teaching a trauma-sensitive Yoga and Mindfulness class.

The Workshop will be led by Holle Black, E-RYT 500, of the Center for Integrative Yoga Studies. She is a certified Pranakriya Yoga Therapist and Co-Founder of Centering Youth. this training will reflect the more the 5 years’ experience Holle has leading Yoga and Mindfulness classes in juvenile detention, juvenile course and classes for sexually-exploited women. Holle has also led weekly yoga classes at the Veterans’ Administration in Atlanta. She has been working with Emory University and the VA on a research study of the benefits of yoga for women with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder from sexual trauma while in the military.

**Please be aware that a photographer may be present during this workshop.
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