Moving Into, Through, and Beyond Trauma – POSTPONED

£300 / £400 after March 1, 2020

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  • May 2 – 3, 2020
  • London, UK
  • This course is intended for Courses with Tom Myers.
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Due to the ongoing health concerns around Covid-19, this class has been postponed. We will update this listing if and when we have the new dates and will look forward to seeing you in class at a later date. 

For specific questions about this course, please contact our local sponsor, TriYoga Camden at +44 0274833344 or camden@triyoga.com

Getting Unhooked: Strategies for Resilience with Tom Myers

Traumatic experiences – large single events and small repeated ones – hook into all the body systems, creating limitations and ‘no go’ areas. Bodywork, breath work, presence, and intelligent movement create a pathway to discover, process, and resolve these patterns and their psychophysiological effects.

This two-day immersion will include:

  • Defining “trauma” physically and how the neuromyofascial web responds to it
  • BodyReading / visual assessment of traumatic patterns
  • Self-exploration of myofascial release, movement and breath to enter into ‘forbidden’ space
  • Handling trauma release ethically and effectively in your clients and students

This course draws on the work of Stephen Porges, Peter Levine, Bessel van der Kolk, and Tom’s 40 years of practice experience finding, releasing, and re-integrating such hooks.

Please note: this is not a therapy class for releasing your own issues, it is a course for manual and movement professionals on understanding the theory and handling of trauma in clients and students.

DatesMay 2 – 3, 2020
LocationLondon, UK
VenueTriYoga Camden
Address57 Jamestown Road
London NW1 7DB
Class Times

9:00 am – 5:30 pm each day

Teacher(s)Tom Myers
Tuition£300 / £400 after March 1, 2020
Credits Earned14 Classroom Hours
Contact+44 0274833344
camden@triyoga.com

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