MRT San Diego Mar 3-5, 2023
2334 Proctor Valley Rd #101
Chula Vista, CA 91914
United States of America
Veterans Yoga Project Presents: Mindful Resilience for Trauma Recovery Training for Yoga Teachers and Healthcare Professionals
WHEN: Mar 3-5, 2023
TIME: Friday 3Mar 2:30-6:00pmPT, Saturday 4Mar 9:30am-7:00pmPT, Sunday 5Mar 9:30am-5:00pmPT
WHERE: Tejas Yoga and Wellness 2334 Proctor Valley Rd #101 Chula Vista, CA (outside of San Diego)
COST: $425SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE TO ACTIVE DUTY AND VETERANS. APPLY HERE.
Mindful Resilience is what we call the collection of mind-body practices that we teach: Breathing, Meditation, Mindful Movement, Guided Rest, and Gratitude. These tools help us breathe easy, focus clearly, move freely, rest deeply, and remember what is working in our lives. As a result we become more resilient in the face of both ordinary and extraordinary challenges. Veterans Yoga Project is honored to offer an extraordinary opportunity for intensive training in a proven, mindful approach to teaching yoga to veterans and others who are struggling with posttraumatic stress and other trauma-related psychological difficulties.
Mindful Resilience for Recovery and Resilience is an evidence-informed, clinically-tested yoga program that was developed specifically for veterans recovering from posttraumatic stress and other psychological difficulties. It is an evidence-informed, in that practices have been chosen and adapted based on clinical and neuro-scientific knowledge about posttraumatic stress and its treatment. It is clinically-tested, in that it was developed based on feedback from hundreds of veterans and active-duty service members receiving treatment at residential and outpatient treatment programs. Mindful Resilience has been successfully integrated into mental health and addiction treatment programs for veterans and active-duty military across the US and Canada.
In this Mindful Resilience Training, you will explore:
The development, course, and consequences of trauma-related disorders
The psychotherapeutic treatment of trauma-related disorders and how yoga fits into an integrative treatment approach
Special considerations and cautions when providing yoga therapy to veterans and other trauma-affected individuals
Specific practices, guiding principles, and resources found to be helpful for veterans coping with trauma, including a detailed treatment manual with an empirically-informed, clinically-tested 12-week protocol, and access to a downloadable electronic copy (pdf) of the Mindful Resilience Yoga for Veterans Recovering from Trauma practice guide.
This Veterans Yoga Project training will take place Tejas Yoga and Wellness locationeda at 2334 Proctor Valley Rd #101 in Chula Vista, CA (outside of San Diego). You must be present at every session for the full training in order to receive your certificate of completion. A link to all necessary course materials will be sent a couple weeks prior to the start date. At the end of the training, participants will understand the symptoms of post-traumatic stress and other trauma-related disorders, how those symptoms are related to underlying neurobiology, and how to use this understanding to most effectively teach individuals recovering from trauma.
PLEASE NOTE: it is possible that a photographer will be present at this training to document. Please read the waiver thoroughly and let us know if you have any questions or concerns.