* Exploring the fundamental principles of Trauma-Informed Yoga and it’s importance in creating safer spaces for your students.
* Understanding why and how your students may have unresolved trauma and the art of attunement and trauma-informed responses to their needs and emotions.
* Learning the difference of the diverse styles of yoga in the context of the nervous system, and turning the focus from the physicality of the asana, to interoception, felt sense and safety in a pose.
* Understanding the importance of choice and agency for your students.
* Knowing how rigid and authoritative cueing, adjustments and nonconsensual touch can trigger and potentially harm your students.
* Exploring the elements of a yoga class such as pace, tone of voice and language, and the essentials of trauma sensitivity.
* Learning the difference between a regular yoga class and a trauma-informed yoga class, and the fundamental differences of both.