Are you interested in knowing more about Trauma and how Yoga can help?
Teaching Trauma Sensitive Yoga – A Practical Guide provides many of the answers you are looking for.
Brendon Abram combines his first-hand experience with PTSD in the field and years of teaching to offer this practical guide to bringing trauma-sensitive yoga to both clinical and studio settings. Drawing on his work with military veterans, first responders, and survivors of domestic and sexual abuse, he emphasizes the importance of respecting the uniqueness of every individual and demonstrates how to use the foundational principles of yoga to create a safe experience. Brendon explains that the basic principles of yoga bring power to the practice and that breath, mindful movement, focused awareness, and acceptance of present-moment experience form the foundation of any yoga offering.
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“Many people seem to find it interesting that a military man ended up teaching Yoga. At workshops and retreats, I am often asked how this came to be.” Read more…
“Accessible, well guided, pragmatic, and impactful: to describe Brendon Abram’s Teaching Trauma Sensitive Yoga is to describe an ideal manifestation of its subject matter. Drawing on a deep well of experience as a trauma-sensitive yoga instructor as well as on his experiences as a veteran, Abram outlines his teaching framework with a conscientiousness that is rare in today’s yoga world. This is a welcome handbook for anyone looking to grow in their yoga teaching practice.” Read More….
Foreword Interview with Brendon:
“This week we’re blessed to hear from Brendon Abram, a veteran who discovered yoga during his military years and hasn’t looked back. The author of the recently released Teaching Trauma Sensitive Yoga: A Practical Guide (North Atlantic Books), and a yoga purist with a soldier’s mindset, Abram recognizes that “when it comes to offering yoga, ‘practical’ means to keep it simple, which can be accomplished by sticking to the basics. … By keeping something from becoming too complex, we reduce the opportunity for misunderstanding and misdirection. My intention in the book was to remind readers that it is these basic principles that are the most important.” Read More…
Trauma Sensitive Yoga Training for Yoga Teachers and Clinical Professionals - Click to Learn More
Get Yoga is proud to partner with Aware Yoga to provide trauma sensitive yoga and mindfulness training. If you are a yoga teacher or clinician who is interested in learning how you can use yoga and mindfulness to help the clients you work with, you may be interested in attending one of our workshops. If you are a yoga school you may wish to incorporate a Trauma Sensitive Module into your two or three hundred hour offering.
Our next two day workshop is in Trenton on November 17th and 18th, 2018.
To learn more about our workshops please visit: traumasensitiveyoga.ca
Get Yoga is Trauma Sensitive - Click to Learn More
Get Yoga is a Trauma Sensitive Yoga studio.
Yoga’s main purpose is to help people find peace of mind; however, most styles of mainstream yoga focus on fitness and body image and happen in less than peaceful environments. For people with a trauma or stress related condition, the thought of going to a class under these circumstances can be intimidating.
All of our yoga instructors have trauma sensitive teacher training and bring this knowledge and awareness into public yoga classes. We offer trauma sensitive yoga classes, workshops and private sessions for those who would like to practice yoga in a safe and supportive environment, where you can feel free to move at your own pace and to focus on those aspects of yoga most beneficial for your personal circumstances.
Please find more information here: http://getyoga.ca/trauma-sensitive-yoga-class/
We are currently running a dedicated Trauma Sensitive Yoga class Wednesdays at 1:30 PM. Before you start please contact Brendon at 613-438-9642.
If you have always wanted to try yoga but have been concerned about coping in an unfamiliar situation please feel free to contact us at 613-438-9642 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We will work with individuals or groups to help you learn an approach to yoga that you can take to any class you choose to attend.