Ethics & Trauma for Yoga Teachers
Date: Thursday 18 March
Time: 1300-1600 GMT (UK Time)
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Join Aneta for an interactive and practical workshop of what it means to embody ethics within trauma-informed approach in our work as yoga teachers.
You will learn:
- How Ethics can help with creating safe container for your yoga students
- The role of boundaries and consent in working in trauma-informed way
- What trauma is and it's impact
- How to recognise trauma symptoms
- Practical ways to support your students in trauma-informed way
This 3hour Yoga Alliance Accredited CPD training is open to all qualified teachers who want to take deeper their understanding and practical applications of ethics and trauma sensitive approach.
About the facilitator - Aneta Idczak:
Aneta Idczak is registered Senior Yoga Teacher and Trainer with Yoga Alliance Professionals, and founder of Golden Mandala Ltd Yoga School providing unique yoga teacher trainings and mentoring, and founder of Trauma Resilience Embodied Yoga and Social Impact accredited teacher training.
Aneta brings together over 25 years experience of practicing yoga, mindfulness and Focusing (embodied listening), as well as training in various modalities including embodied yoga, Yin/Insight yoga, psychology and counselling, Master NLP, Life and Wellness Coaching, breathwork, energy healing and Reiki Master, Somatics, embodiment practices, bodywork and Thai Yoga Massage therapy.
Aneta specialises in working with private clients in needs-led integrative approach that is further informed by her 16 years front line work in Social Care with trauma, crisis intervention, mental health, addiction, DV, and child protection issues in various settings in London and Kent, where she later managed, trained and supervised workers.