Psychology, Yoga & Trauma

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Max Kopeikin

Max Kopeikin Max (he/him or she/her) is a yoga nerd with a deep passion for the practice. His classes are alignment-centered and can range from dynamic to gentle or restorative. His primary influences come from h...

Psychology, Yoga & Trauma

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This module explores the intersection between Western somatic-based psychological approaches to healing trauma, and yoga-influenced approaches to healing trauma. You’ll also learn about what is included in the field of trauma-informed yoga, the different settings and professions that are part of this work, ways to get involved in this field as a yoga teacher, and the importance of setting boundaries in your work as a trauma-informed teacher. Trainees learn how to use yogic frameworks, such as the koshas and the gunas, to plan and sequence trauma-informed classes. This module includes a teaching lab where students will get to plan and teach sequences, and an expressive arts-based experiential exercise that is oriented towards self-care.
Wednesdays, October 6, 13 and 20, 2021, from 5:30-8:30PM.

This module, taken with the other modules of the Trauma-Informed training, provides 45 Elective Contact Hours in YGSF’s 300-hour Yoga Teacher Training [45 Yoga Alliance® CEUs].
For more information on this program, click here.

Tuition is $990 for the program. Modules for this program are offered twice a year; you will have a full year to complete all modules for the certificate. Each module can be taken once.

BIPOC & people of non-dominant identities –> Apply for a full-tuition scholarship for this training here.

YGSF Members receive 10% off the regular price of this training. YGSF Alumni receive 15% off the regular price. Please contact [email protected] to receive your discount.