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Trauma-Sensitive Yoga Workshop- TC-TSY Foundation Auckland
October 5, 2019 @ 9:00 am - October 6, 2019 @ 6:00 pm$495
This two day, evidence-based, Trauma-Sensitive foundation workshop will introduce you to the core concepts and applications of the highly regarded, evidence based yoga program TC-TSY: for adults, children and youth affected by PTSD, CPTSD, developmental, and/or complex trauma, dissociative disorders and other related emotional and behavioural difficulties.
In this workshop you will be introduced to specific practices and theory to support you to facilitate movement and breath practices that are trauma aware and trauma-sensitive. There will be opportunities for presentations, live demonstrations, experiential learning by doing, lived experience and an opportunity to work in small groups with maximum in-the-seat learning in a supportive atmosphere.
Developed at the Trauma Center since 2003 and part of Justice Resource Institute (JRI), USA, since 2006, TC-TSY is the ONLY yoga program that has been recognised as a clinical adjunctive treatment for trauma in the USA by SAMSHA:NREPP. The workshop will also introduce you to:
The relationship of TC-TSY on current trauma theories and neurophysiology
Some of the core theoretical underpinnings and methods of the TC-TSY model that can be applied to facilitating trauma-sensitive somatic practices
The evidence base involving TC-TSY
Applications of Trauma aware, Trauma-sensitive and Trauma-informed yoga in individual and group therapy, as well as general yoga classes
Suitable for yoga teachers, yoga therapists , as well as health and mental health professionals.
Facilitated by TCTSY JRI Licensed Trainer and TCTSY Facilitator, Kristen Pringle, (Senior Mental Health Clinician, Clinical Educator, Occupational Therapist, Yoga Therapist & Senior Yoga Teacher). This workshop is part of the Trauma Center Yoga Program & the Center of Trauma & Embodiment at JRI, and therefore is the ONLY Trauma-Sensitive Yoga Workshop/training in New Zealand accredited by JRI & the Director of the Center for Trauma & Embodiment at JRI David Emerson.