Trauma-Informed Yoga Training for Teachers in Flagstaff


Trauma-informed yoga teacher training in Flagstaff, Arizona.

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All are welcome, but this workshop is designed for 200 hour + yoga teachers who wish to bring a more intentional class to trauma survivors.

SATURDAY and SUNDAY | JANUARY 13 & 14 | 8AM-6PM (BREAK 12-2pm) | $250

at Connection Trail, 1318 N. Main Street, Flagstaff

This training will provide yoga teachers with an in-depth understanding of the human nervous system and how different types of trauma affect all of us. We’ll then explore the science and evidence behind body-based healing modalities such as yoga. Teachers will learn and then practice facilitating trauma-informed yoga classes, understand how trauma-informed yoga classes may be different from studio classes, and come away with important skills to apply to teaching yoga in any setting.

This training will include lectures with note taking encouraged, discussion time, example classes, small group work, practice teaching, and a final teaching assessment. Please bring a mat, a notebook and pen or laptop for note taking, and any bolsters or props you’d like to sit on for comfort.

Co-facilitated by Carrie Hoffman and Anne-Laure Peaucelle, IAYT, E-RYT500. Yoga Alliance registered teachers receive 16 continuing education hours.

Anne-Laure Peaucelle, C-IAYT, is a certified yoga therapist and trauma-sensitive yoga facilitator. She helps people navigate anxiety, depression, burnout and trauma recovery through yoga therapy. At the core of her work is bringing the body back into mental health, and helping people reconnect with themselves to create safety and trust from within. Anne-Laure has been teaching yoga for over 8 years, and completed over 1300 hours of training, including extensive training on trauma and mental health. She is a certified Yoga Therapist with the International Association of Yoga Therapists (C-IAYT) and a Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga facilitator (TCTSY-F).Over the last 8 years, she has brought yoga therapy and trauma-sensitive yoga to women shelters, juvenile detention centers, holistic therapy programs, community colleges and a mental health intensive outpatient program. She also serves as a committee member for Yoga Australia, working to advance yoga therapy as a profession. She currently offers an online membership, Present & Empowered, as well as one-on-one yoga therapy sessions, in-person in Flagstaff, AZ or online.

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January 13-14