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Friday, March 15 • 10:30am - 1:30pm
In Repair: Using Yoga to Heal Addictive Behaviors

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At some point in our lives we’ve all encountered trauma, and while some of us have managed to process it and move forward without lasting implications, others of us have not. Unresolved trauma shows up in many forms, frequently in some form of addiction (to a substance or a behavior) and can also manifest physically. Yoga provides us all of the tools we need to repair the root cause of our addictions. We can learn to be gentle with ourselves, to stay present, to feel gratitude and to ultimately feel and heal. In this workshop you’ll learn some of the latest neuroscience about trauma, addictions and the brain, how yoga is becoming an accepted healing tool in cutting edge trauma and addiction therapy, and most importantly how you can use this to improve your life. Be prepared to explore movement (asana), breathwork (pranayama) and meditation (dhyana) with compassionate curiosity. This workshop is suitable for everyone, from beginners to experienced teachers who wish to learn about how to help themselves and others overcome addictive behavior and the effects of trauma.

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Patty Williamson

Owner, instructor, Lizard Dreaming Yoga
Patty Williamson has practiced yoga and meditation for over 30 years and enjoys sharing the numerous benefits of a healthy, centered life. She is a Certified Yoga Instructor, Certified Personal Trainer, Certified Meditation Teacher, Certified TRX Suspension Training Specialist, and... Read More →

Friday March 15, 2019 10:30am - 1:30pm MST
Classroom D124
  Experiential Workshop / Training, Trauma Sensitive Yoga
  • PARTICIPANT LEVEL Open to all Levels
  • Style Trauma Sensitive Yoga
  • What to Expect 30% lecture 60% asana & pranayama 10% meditation
  • Participant Instructions Please bring a yoga mat. A notepad and pen might be useful if you like to take notes.