Psoas Release is a form of yoga therapy designed to assist our body’s innate ability to release stress and trauma – physically, mentally, and emotionally. The practice targets the psoas muscle (“fight or flight muscle”), a large muscle in our lower torso that connects the thigh bone to the thoracic spine. Designed specifically for trauma and stress release, this practice helps you to retrain your body to energetically release fear, stress, and the traumas of life that get trapped in our tissues – without needing to recall or relive the trauma. Based on the scientifically proven methods of Dr. David Berceli, an international expert in the areas of trauma intervention and conflict resolution, you will learn how to heal yourself, as well as guide others toward resolving trauma in a holistic way. In-person, online, or self-paced training led by Dawn Hopkins. Yoga teachers only please.
NOTE DATE CHANGE!
Saturday, January 15 and January 29 from 9am to 4pm.
In-Person in Chandler, AZ, Online via Zoom, or Self-Paced by Recording
Tuition includes training materials, experiential yoga classes, and mentoring. Suggested reading materials are not included in the cost of tuition.
This course offers 12 YACEP CEUs and M-AYST Hours. Complete homework for Certificate and 10 additional YACEP CEUs/M-AYST Hours. Applies toward specialty in TH, YWC or M-AYST Candidates.