Do you know that trauma recovery is possible through yoga?
This workshop guided by Anouk Prop will give you an introduction on how trauma healing is possible through yoga. You will gain a deeper understanding of the concept of trauma and its physiological and psychological effects. In a practice-based way, you'll get a deeper insight in the recognition of trauma based behaviour in your environment and learn how to deal with this. A step-by-step approach in the gentle release of trauma is introduced. Different tools for a trauma-sensitive yoga class are presented and put into practice, such as asana, meditation and breathing techniques, as well as a holistic approach to healing.
- An in-depth exploration of the concept of trauma, its functioning and effects on a physiological and psychological level.
- How to become trauma-sensitive: awareness and recognition of trauma-based behaviour
- Learning how to use yoga as a tool in working with trauma’s.
- Your role in dealing with trauma’s and how to create a safe environment for trauma release.
This workshop is suited for everyone who wants to learn more on trauma healing through yoga and how to apply this in your own environment, for (yoga) teachers and beyond.
Cost for the workshop: 3000 THB (including water, tea & healthy snack). It will take place in Yoga House & Spa (Lamai), on Saturday (July 16th), from 10:00 AM till 3:30 PM.
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«When traumas, be they extreme or mild, are not resolved, they leave behind a slew of painful and unprocessed feelings in the unconscious. These feelings are never content to remain silent and instead clamour for release. When they can express themselves openly and without disguise, a healing process is activated.»
Anouk Prop is a psychotherapist, registered Yoga Alliance (500 RYT) yoga teacher and reiki master, originally from the Netherlands. She combines yoga, psychotherapy & energetic healing through their very compatible aspects and stresses on the non-medical methods in healing and offers a holistic approach as such. Postgraduate education in trauma healing in combination with yoga put into practice, she has a broad range of experience in the field, varying from working with children and adults with a history of abuse, addiction, eating disorders, anxiety disorders, depression, but also car-accidents and other traumatic events like war or natural disasters. She encounters people with deeply rooted tension, trauma or blockages on a level which goes beyond cognition and shows that yoga and energetic healing can open doors in this. Her mindful approach is focused on empowerment and guiding people towards their own unique essence by gently inviting them to look in the beautiful, though sometimes confronting mirror life provides, taken by her hand of compassion, positivity and enthusiasm.