What does twisting your body into poses named after animals have to do with trauma recovery? The whole lot. If you’ve ever wondered how yoga can inform trauma recovery and lend a hand us cope with extreme stress, this book is for you.
Author Lisa Danylchuk has taught yoga as a healing modality in schools, prisons, recovery centers, and to traumatized populations in a foreign country in Kenya, Haiti, and Tibet. In Embodied Healing: The usage of Yoga to Get better from Trauma and Extreme Stress, she shares the foundation of her approach and offers simple how you can take into account and apply the theoretical bridges between the fields of yoga and psychotherapy. She outlines core elements of trauma remedy, yoga philosophy, and effective healing approaches.
•Find out how trauma theory and yoga philosophy interconnect.
•Find out the healing foundations of yoga that are so easily hidden by our culture’s fixation on the external form.
•Discover the role of the nervous system and how one can cultivate balance through yoga.
•Tap into sound advice on how one can structure a trauma-informed yoga class.
•Get insider tips on keeping yourself healthy as you do healing work!