Trauma-Informed, Brain-Sensitive (TIBS) Yoga Teacher Training:
Informed by emerging fields of trauma research and neuroscience, this powerful and unique training blends yoga, neuroscience, mindfulness, and brain science to address the complexities and residues of trauma in brain, mind and body. Together, we explore the rhythms of trauma, its manifestations in the mind and body, and how to re-awaken crucial brain capacities for living a vital life. We will dive deeply into polyvagal theory, attachment theory, and the value of right and left brain functions. Integrated with and facilitated through yogic practices, this is an embodied practice of social justice and transformation.
This training is appropriate for yoga teachers and mental health professionals. It is designed for those interested in integrating yoga, mindfulness, and meditation into their work.
This training begins with 4 hours of online video training content in yoga, neuroscience, mindfulness, and trauma-informed methodologies. The weekend immersion focuses on direct skill development with real time mentoring from our primary teacher and the teaching team. Not just content-rich, our training team is committed to helping teachers to deepen and develop their teaching skills as well as their interpersonal neurobiological self-care while teaching.
Following our weekend immersion, trainees will have 4 hours of practicum nourished by mentoring calls.
Friday: 6 - 8:30 pm
Saturday: 9 am - 1 pm, and 2 - 6 pm
Sunday: 12:30 - 6 pm
Sarahjoy Marsh, MA, E-RYT 500 and the DAYA TIBS Yoga Teacher Training Team, bring together a combined
100+ years of experience to bring to this informative and holistic Trauma Informed Brain Sensitive Yoga Teacher Training.
This training is eligible for continuing education credits through the Yoga Alliance as well as the International Association of Yoga Therapists.