“Here are 5 signs to look for that could explain why some of your clients continuously flail and fail, even when they show up 100% and follow everything you teach them impeccably.” - Irene LyonRead More
Be a facilitator with integrity. Learn about trauma theory and how to adjust your teachings via a trauma informed lense. Eleanor talks about what happens to the system during trauma, why it is important to balance the nervous system, and we introduce you to alternative education opportunities to fine tune your skills as a Trauma Informed Facilitator.Read More
“Childhood trauma isn’t something you just get over as you grow up. Pediatrician Nadine Burke Harris explains that the repeated stress of abuse, neglect and parents struggling with mental health or substance abuse issues has real, tangible effects on the development of the brain. “Read More
“Trauma is anything overwhelming your capacity to help or handle.”Read More
ELEANOR BRAMWELL: CCTSI, BCSI, E-RYT 500, SEPIT
Dedicated to honoring the body's inherent wisdom and impulse towards wholeness- Eleanor, is a trauma specialist known for powerful facilitation and creating sacred space.Read More
Now, many people who don’t know a lot about trauma think that trauma has something to do with something that happened to you a long time ago. In fact, the past is the past and the only thing that matters is what happens right now. And what is trauma is the residue that a past event leaves in your own sensory experiences in your body and it’s not that event out there that becomes intolerable but the physical sensations with which you live that become intolerable and you will do anything to make them go away.” (Bessel van der Kolk)Read More
“Healthy vagal tone involves engaging your social nervous system. You can learn to manage the symptoms of vagus nerve disorders by skillfully working with your mind and body to tone your vagus nerve. Mind-body therapies effectively increase your resilience by helping you develop your capacity to feel safe, calm, and connected—even during times of stress.”
-Dr. Arielle Schwartz
“As yoga teachers, our classes are not generally populated with tranquil, meditative cave dwellers or those who have danced through life unscathed. We don’t know the backstories of our students, and they may never tell us. It is our job to develop an appropriate degree of awareness and sensitivity to emotional triggers in the yoga classroom. “
- Beth Spindler, C-IAYT, ERYT500 writing for Yoga InternationalRead More
“We are enfleshed spirits; our spirituality is rooted in our physical world. We are most human and most divine when we experience mutual and physical connections.”Read More
“Childhood trauma has a devastating impact on both the mind and the body of children who experience it. But that mind-body connection also offers a path toward healing.” - Rebecca EpsteinRead More
"These Baltimore-Based men have introduced yoga and meditation into some of the Baltimore City Schools. They are helping the kids process trauma in a community that has trauma built into it. They have after-school programs as well. They travel the US and the world training people in trauma-healing mindfulness, and how to use it in various settings."Read More
“We take breathing for granted, but the breath can be a great ally in health and wellness, as well as healing.”Read More
Join Eleanor Bramwell and Adi Shakti on Sunday, 8/12/18 at 3pm for this FREE Master Class on Trauma for Yoga Teachers and Wellness Providers.
Eleanor shares what trauma informed yoga is, and the benefits.
Tune in to learn about Heart Rate Variability, Interception, and the neurological benefits.Read More
“Without a deep anchor in ourselves and our bodies, we are adrift in the sea of life, vulnerable to the storms and unexpected distress that can be unlocked at any time by a sensory trigger. Nearly all victims of acute trauma experience extreme disconnection from their bodies. This is where yoga comes in as a potent somatic technique for healing.”Read More
“We are enfleshed spirits; our spirituality is rooted in our physical world. We are most human and most divine when we experience mutual and physical connections.”
Research shows that parents are critical for the normal brain development of children.
by Maggie Fox / Jun.20.2018 / 9:46 AM ET / Updated Jun.20.2018 / 11:45 AM ETRead More
"The practice of asanas improves the muscle strength, mind-body coordination, and balance Further, it improves the blood flow, tissue perfusion and oxygenation, and enhancing functions at cellular level. Meditation and breathing technique calms down the mind, improves the concentration enhancing better work output. By maintaining tranquility of mind, it can promote clear thinking, better judgment, and effective decision making. It also alters the autonomic balance to promote health.... The present study was undertaken to assess the value of short-term practice of yoga and its impact on cardiac autonomic functions. "
Dance and movement therapy are gaining traction as methods of treating PTSD.Read More
Pleasing aromas inspire devotion and certain aromas have the capacity to clear the mind and heart of negative memories, traumas and sorrow.Read More