10/28 Developing a Trauma Informed Lens
October 28 @ 12:30 pm - 6:30 pm$150
This section provides an understanding of how trauma impacts physical/mental/emotional wellbeing and relationships. Trainees will gain knowledge of how to cultivate a trauma-informed lens when conducting a client intake or leading group classes for trauma survivors. In addition, this section will cover safe adaptations of asana, pranayama and meditation practices for this population.
This 1 day training will provide yoga teachers, mental health professionals, victim advocates, social workers, or anyone who is interested in learning more about trauma-informed yoga frameworks with all of the necessary tools to create a safe environment for survivors of sexual violence.
- Included in 300hr auto-pay
- Saturday, October 281th, 12:30 – 6:15 pm PST
Kelsey Delane, C-IAYT, E-RYT 500
Kelsey Delane, C-IAYT, E-RYT 500, is a Yoga Mentor & Reiki Master who guides fellow Yogis & Yoga Teachers toward more sustained joy using time-tested, practical tools. She is especially enthusiastic about teaching the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali through one on one mentorship, online platforms, and in-person workshops. Kelsey also shares her love of Yoga by training upcoming teachers throughout Orange County, working with teen girls through UPLIFT Yoga Foundation, and working with pre and postnatal students.
Kelsey has over 1000 hours of formal training ranging from power yoga to trauma informed yoga which equip her with a wide range of tools for meeting her students where they are in the journey. She believes that the key to optimal health is balance, and strives to live this out in the way she cares for her body, mind and relationships. When she is not teaching or practicing Yoga, you’ll find Kelsey curled up with a book alongside her husband, daughters, and sweet pup, Cooper.
Developing a Trauma Informed Lens for Yoga Therapy
For Yoga Teachers, understanding of how trauma impacts physical/mental/emotional wellbeing and relationships.