Healing PTSD with Movement
Movement can be a powerful tool in the recovery process to help those suffering from traumatic experiences and to reconnect with their body.
Incorporating evidence-based Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga (TCTSY), this program can foster empowering experiences and healing for those who have suffered early life traumatic experiences, relational trauma, and/or emotional, sexual, and physical abuse.
TCTSY has been clinically studied and has been shown to have promising results in those suffering from varying forms of trauma.
This program is designed to help participants reconnect with the present and regain safety within their body through intentional movement.
In this series, participants will be led by Priya Patel, a TCTSY-Credentialed Facilitator. This completely virtual program can be done 1-on-1 or in small group sessions.
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Closed group sessions are available.
What to expect
TCTSY has been designed to be a part of treatment for complex, inter-relational trauma - though you don't have to be receiving additional psychological care to practice TCTSY.
We do recommend that you identify a supportive person or persons in your life that you can talk with about your experiences with TCTSY if you discover that would be helpful.
You will not be asked or expected to talk about your trauma history as part of TCTSY.
The focus is on noticing what you feel in your body (this is called ”) and practicing making choices about what to do with your body based on what you feel. You will never be told what to do with the forms but rather invited to engage with the forms, as you like.
To find more details about TCTSY including research papers please visit https://www.traumasensitiveyoga.com/