Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga Training Workshops
Official 20hr Workshops
For Yoga Teachers, Health
Mental Health Workers
SYDNEY September 5 & 6 September, 2020 BOOK HERE
BRISBANE (SAMFORD VALLEY) October 10 & 11, 2020 BOOK HERE
BYRON BAY 14 & 15 November, 2020 BOOK HERE
North Queensland and Northern Territory - INQUIRE HERE
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This 20hr (15-16 contact hours and 4-5 hours prior self study) TCTSY Foundation Workshop will introduce you to the core concepts and applications of the highly regarded, evidence-based yoga intervention for PTSD and Complex Trauma - Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga.
This workshop is intended to inspire yoga teachers to make their classes more trauma-informed and to support those working in the mental health field to bring the body into treatment when working with people affected by PTSD, developmental, and/or complex trauma. Facilitated by TCTSY Licensed Trainer Edwina Kempe this workshop is the ONLY Trauma-Sensitive Yoga Workshop/training in Australia accredited by the Center for Trauma & Embodiment and Trauma Sensitive Yoga pioneer David Emerson. You will learn:
The latest trauma theories and neurophysiology
Theoretical underpinnings and methodology of the TCTSY model
The research and evidence base involving TCTSY
How to apply TCTSY principles to your practice
INVESTMENT: $545 inc GST early bird. Full price $595. Healthcare card holders and pensioners $495, please inquire about part scholarship places if facing financial hardship.
David Emerson (2015) Trauma-Sensitive Yoga in Therapy: Bringing the Body into Treatment
Kolk, B., et al., (2014) 'Yoga as an Adjunctive Treatment for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: A Randomised Controlled Trial' Journal of Clinical Psychiatry 2014: 75(6).
As official endorsed workshops of the Center for Trauma & Embodiment at JRI, these workshops satisfy one of the entrance requirements for the Certification Program in TCTSY.
Please Note: These workshops are solely for professional development and are not intended as an intervention for those who have experienced trauma.