This training is designed for yoga teachers, social workers, educators, first responders, nurses, volunteers, mental health professionals, massage therapists, movement specialists, and caregivers:
- Understanding trauma through a yoga lens.
- Intro to trauma and neuroscience.
- Intro to mental health and most common mental health challenges.
- How trauma affects body, mind, relationships and society.
- Contemporary yoga vs. Trauma- informed yoga.
- Yoga and meditation as tools for processing trauma.
- Intro to chair yoga.
- Creating safe, effective practices for shelters, hospitals, prisons and more.
- Sequencing. Practice. Cueing. Class planning.
WHERE AND WHEN
5361 US 280, Suite 106A
Birmingham, AL 35242
March 4–5, 2023
10 a.m. – 5 p.m. each day
Email: [email protected]
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS
Adrian Molina has been teaching yoga since 2004, with an extensive worldwide following through his platform and school of yoga, Warrior Flow.
Adrian is also a writer, meditation teacher, Reiki master, End-of-Life Doula, Mental Health First Aid facilitator, ambassador for Accessible Yoga and Yoga for All, and a TCTSY-F Trauma-Sensitive Yoga Facilitator.
Adrian is recognized as a community organizer and creator of The Warrior Flow Foundation, a 501c3 nonprofit that brings the benefits of movement, therapeutic and accessible yoga, mindfulness, and stress reduction tools to schools, shelters, hospitals, police, and first responders.
He is also the co-founder of Warrior Flow TV, an online video platform that makes fitness and yoga accessible to anyone, anywhere, anytime. Currently, Adrian is finishing a seven-month certificate program in Traumatic Stress Studies with world- renowned trauma researcher Bessel van der Kolk, author of The Body Keeps the Score.
As a licensed mental health counselor (LMHC), Yariela Sequeira integrates alternative energy healing modalities, alongside spirituality, and her intuitive gift to support the journey of adults who want to connect and shift into a more conscious version of themselves they claim and honor.
Anger, anxiety, intimacy challenges, sexuality, depression, addictions, trauma, substance use & relationship dynamics, among others, are topics Yari has explored and redefined with clients.
For the past 19 years, Yari has been facilitating personal expansion through workshops, community events, and individual and group counseling sessions. She has worked with families, single parents, sexual offenders, court-ordered clients, inmates, the homeless, those experiencing addictions, as well as many in the community who come in due to anxiety, depression, anger, relationship challenges, or for traumatic experiences they want to process.
EAT BREATHE THRIVE COURSE
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The Eat Breathe Thrive Series is a comprehensive experience in a 7-week course. You’ll explore the entire program with an intimate group.
Together you will master the four pillars of the Eat Breathe Thrive curriculum:
– mindful eating
– functional exercise
– emotional balance
– fulfilling relationships
And emerge feeling more at ease in your body, mind, and self.
Early bird pricing, scholarships and payment plans are available.
Apply to join us here.