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 how to:
- Understand and recognize trauma
- Create a safe container for self-healing
- 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
Join us for a memorable experience of light, love and renewed positive.
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 16, 2020, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Click below to enroll now through MINDBODY Online. Come learn, play, grow and find Your Highest Self!
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 8 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