Therapeutic somatic work for freeing blocked energy stored in the body.
A deeper understanding of the chakras and therapeutic methods for handling trauma and frozen energy.
Trauma however great or small is a distressing experience that becomes stored in the physical body and blocks energy flow through the subtle body – the chakras. This blocked energy causes difficulties in perception, critical thinking, emotional responses, behavior, health and wellness. It prevents one from living a full, joyful and purposeful life. This small group training will enhance your knowledge and skill set in handling and releasing trauma in a deep, safe and profound way providing lasting relief with new facilitated pathways.
Here’s what you Can expect
It is appropriate for anyone interested in heightening their knowledge and application of:
- Creating a safe container
- Understanding trauma
- The intersections, direction and emotional movement of energy
- Safe, slow, progressive processing of excess and deficient chakras
- Healing through resolution of bodily tension
- Therapeutic yoga practices for life-long wellness
- Effective discharging and charging exercises
- A memorable experience of light, love and renewed energy.
This training takes place at the Yoga Barn, a community based wellness center in the tranquil Kennett Square – Unionville area of Pennsylvania. Address: 313 Upland Rd., Kennett Square, PA 19348.
May 18, 2019, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
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Tuition Fee: $150
-Recommended / Referenced Text: “Eastern Body, Western Mind” by Anodea Judith. Please note that this text is not required but may be found helpful.
-Due to the nature of this work, this training is open to Yoga Teachers, YTT students, graduates, therapists, counselors and holistic healing practitioners. Please bring a mat, water bottle, pen/pencil, notepad and a bag lunch. This training qualifies for 7 CEU Hours available upon request; a $15 processing fee applies. For those traveling, click here for recommended lodging
– Questions? Contact Susan Smith @ firstname.lastname@example.org