Upcoming free 60-minute presentations on Complex Trauma and Trauma-Sensitive Yoga:
Wednesday 9/19/18 at noon and 7:30 pm, SuperCharge Foods, 1902 East Washington in Madison.
For limited free tickets for the noon presentation, please go to:
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These presentations and workshops explore the central characteristics of complex trauma or C-PTSD, a nervous system condition which can develop after experiences of neglect, abuse, sexual assault, ongoing stigma or marginalization, domestic violence, or other human dominance or brutality.
Combining slides, conversation, and opportunities for gentle movement through Trauma Center Trauma-Sensitive Yoga (TCTSY), you can learn about causes and effects of complex trauma, and the ways it can shape how a person feels, thinks, and moves through the world. We also look at evidence that supports body-centered relational approaches to healing from complex trauma. and how this healing can happen in the context of TCTSY.
Presentations combine slideshow, conversation, and chair based TCTSY practice, and can be adapted to run 60 to 90 minutes.
Workshops run 2 to 4 hours, allowing more time for personal reflection, writing, a more extended TCTSY practice, and conversations about specific ways to apply principles of TCTSY and body-centered healing in working with people who have complex trauma.