Building Body-Based Resiliency
DATE: Wednesday March 31st, 2021, 12:00 PM PST
FORMAT: Zoom Webinar
INSTRUCTOR: Liz Eisman & Angelina Vasile with Living Yoga
CREDITS: 2 CEU/PDAs (pending NCCAOM, CA, FL, TX) CA Provider #0619. Category 1 Live Training
REFUND POLICY: Full refunds offered up to 3 days prior to webinar.
This webinar will be offered online through Zoom. We will email students Zoom link at least one day prior to webinar. Please call 503.477.9731 or email email@example.com with any questions.
Yoga and mindfulness are evidence based: More than 40 published studies, including controlled clinical trials, report yoga’s positive benefits. Trauma-informed yoga and mind-body practices help to downregulate the nervous system, increase self-awareness, and support healthy responses to feelings of overwhelm. This Trauma Resiliency training will provide mind-body tools and techniques that immediately support self-care, improved service delivery, job satisfaction, and job longevity.
This training acknowledges all types of trauma, including historical, collective, generational, and racialized trauma, and supports folks in:
Understanding how stress and trauma effect the brain and body physiologically.
Addressing challenges to practicing self-care while doing time sensitive, stressful, and demanding work.
Building skills to recognize and respond to symptoms of stress or trauma in themselves and others.
Gaining accessible, tangible tools that build distress tolerance, and help to minimize the negative physiological impacts of stress and trauma.
Being comfortable applying mindfulness, movement, and breathwork in a professional role with clients.
LIZ EISMAN - Pronouns: Liz / Liz
As one of Living Yoga's original volunteers, Liz has more than two decades of experience working with bodies as a massage therapist, a yoga instructor, a meditation teacher and a trainer. Liz combines knowledge of anatomy and physiology with neurobiology, communication and presence in order to support deepened understanding and connection. Liz believes that personal knowledge and exploration are essential for transformative collective change.
ANGELINA VASILE - Pronouns: She / Her
Angelina has been teaching healing movement since 2001. She holds a BA in Dance from SFSU and is a certified Pilates and yoga teacher specializing in rehabilitation and trauma-informed practices. She joined Living Yoga as a volunteer in 2008 and has taught extensively within multiple sites, serving both adults and youth. In 2011, she joined the staff as a trainer. Her personal practice and professional work seek to embrace and heal the traumatized and “shadow parts”, of both the individual and the collective, to create true justice and liberation for all.
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