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Somatic Experiencing and Yoga

May 11, 2019

| $195 – $225

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Somatic Experiencing and Yoga: Tending Trauma and Chronic Stress Through the Wisdom of the Nervous System Seattle Yoga Arts

Tending Trauma and Chronic Stress Through the Wisdom of the Nervous System

Somatic Experiencing® (SE) is a potent psychobiological method for resolving trauma symptoms and relieving chronic stress. It can reset the nervous system, restore inner balance, enhance resilience to stress and increase people’s vitality, equanimity and capacity to actively engage in life. It is the result of the life’s work of Dr. Peter A. Levine.

Yoga is the powerful art and science of bringing the body, mind and heart into the present moment. It offers varying tools for being present and integrating the layers of our being into a united and functional whole. But when the nervous system is stuck in the past due to trauma and chronic stress that is unresolved, then these tools don’t always work well. Paradoxically, these tools can also be part of the resolution when the right context and attention is given. This is where SE can help yoga be of more benefit to the practitioner, and where yoga can be a doorway into the simple and subtle practices of SE. SE and yoga can mutually benefit and support each other in deepening our access to the present moment and cultivating a resiliency of body, mind and heart.

“Trauma is responding to today’s events as if they were the same as the past.” ~ Bessel Van der Kalk

In this workshop you will gain insight into…
-How the nervous system functions and how it can get stuck
-An understanding of the poly-vagal theory of the nervous system
-Seeing trauma as it is held in the body
-How yoga poses can support or hinder the healing of trauma
-How chronic stress impacts the nervous system and tools for coping with it
-How simple SE techniques can help yogis settle their nervous system and gain more benefit from their yoga practice
-Tending the mind through the body and visa versa

Schedule:
Saturday, May 11, 12:30-6:30p
Sunday, May 12, 1:00-4:00p

Hours: 9.0

Tuition:
$195 Early bird pricing through May 5
$225 Full price May 6 & after

This weekend is open to anyone and is also part of our 300-hour Advanced Teacher Training program. If you are taking this workshop toward your advanced teaching certification, please register for the 300-hour program in advance.

 

About the instructor:  Rainey

Rainey

I believe in the wisdom of the body. Over the years I have learned to listen to my body with reverence and respect for it knows things deeper and wider than my reasoning brain. You can learn to listen to your body too. I believe that we can deepen our presence in the world and in our lives if we hone this capacity for listening and tending our body. I know from my own years of absence that when we show up in and as our body we are more capable and wise in every sense. I believe we can heal our wounds of body, mind and heart with compassion and presence and a fierce softness.

My biggest joy is accompanying another in their reclamation process of body, mind and heart. I bring an incredible amount of hard won wisdom, deep curiosity and gentle compassion to the work of presencing another’s pain, love and healing. I have decades of experience in the movement arts of yoga and Continuum, in the mindful arts of meditation and energy healing and am currently training in the powerful body wisdom practice of Somatic Experiencing®. I am an IAYT certified yoga therapist and an ERYT-500 certified yoga teacher and trainer.


Details

Date:
May 11, 2019
Cost:
$195 – $225
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Organizer

Seattle Yoga Arts
Phone:
(206) 440.3191
Email:
Info@SeattleYogaArts.com

Venue

Seattle Yoga Arts
1540 15th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122 United States
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Phone:
(206) 440.3191
Website:
www.seattleyogaarts.com
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