WORKING TOWARDS HEALING AND PERSONAL POWER FOR ALL
Join LFY founder Jennifer Cohen Harper for this four part online course. Gain a greater understanding of the physiological and neurological effects of trauma, the relationship between trauma and behavior, and learn how yoga and mindfulness practices can support healing and boost protective factors.
Explore how we can help those who are recovering from or experiencing trauma build an increased sense of safety in their body and in community. Build resilience to help students navigate and better recover from difficult situations that may arise in the future. Help all of the children in your life thrive.
- What: Engaging online instruction in 4 sessions (6 hours total) + course materials
- When: Anytime you want! Learn from home at your own pace, but if you have questions join us for occasional “live” online Q&A sessions with the instructor. All participants will receive invitations as these calls are scheduled
- Tuition: $199
- Who: This course is best suited for classroom teachers, yoga and mindfulness instructors, clinicians, and parents. All others who work with children are welcome to join.
Part 1: Understanding Trauma and How We Try To Protect Ourselves
Part 2: Relationship and Resilience
Part 3: Creating Safety and Trauma Sensitivity in Teaching
Part 4: Healing and Growth for Our Children and Ourselves
Purchase includes access to video content (guaranteed for one year), downloadable slides, and bonus practices for you and your students.
*This course is eligible for 6 Yoga Alliance CE hours
What People are Saying
The trauma informed teaching course has permanently impacted the way I approach my students, structure my classes, and teach yoga (and look at humans). One unexpected benefit was a push to clarify my own overarching goals and priorities in my classes; I found that the depth of the material we covered has inspired me to dig deep and ask myself what my highest goals and values are. The benefits to teaching children yoga and mindfulness are so many, I didn’t realize that some of my teaching was becoming scattered or diluted, in a way. I also appreciated the reminders to keep joy and playfulness at the forefront; it can be easy to take ourselves too seriously as teachers, especially when we wish our offerings to bring healing and empowerment!
– Amanda Masters
As a yoga therapist working with trauma for 40 years, I encourage all yoga teachers to get this information under their belt. Excellent!
– Beth Spindler
Every person that deals with children should take this course. It was extremely informative, well organized, and gave practical applications for working with children. The practices given in this course if applied regularly in educational and healthcare settings, could be a solution to many of the problems facing our culture and humanity in general.
– Maggie Lehrian
This course has completely changed the way that I approach and view children and adults. I think that this something that everyone should experience. So insightful!
– Rebecca Nelson