Healing Early Trauma Through The Body

 October 5, 2019 October 6, 2019   10.30am - 5.30pm  with Ralf Marzen

“yoga is a journey of the self, through the self, to the self.” The Bhagavad Gita

During this explorative workshop, Ralf will examine the origins, effects and anatomy of trauma.

By understanding how early trauma lives on in the body, as if part of us remains frozen in time, we’ll explore how this affects us and those we work with; shining a light on the connection between emotions, tension and physiological issues. On a psychological level, the workshop looks at how early trauma affects our identity and at ways to promote healing on that level.

The weekend will be a profound personal and learning experience designed to facilitate healing.

What to Expect
Over the two days, you will learn trauma healing techniques using a variety of awareness and somatic movement exercises, gaining tools to support nervous system regulation, grounding and integration of stuck energies.

You’ll work together with other students, beginning to develop therapeutic skills such as touch and dialogue in the process of trauma healing.

Who’s it for?
Anyone interested in exploring the concept of trauma in a safe environment. Suitable for complete beginners, and very valuable for teachers, teachers in training and practitioners working in a therapeutic role, including physiotherapists, chiropractors and osteopaths.

Date and Investment
Saturday 5th October – Sunday 6th October
10.30am – 5.30pm

Full Price: £150
Earlybird: £140 (Ends July 5th 2019)

About Ralf
Ralf Marzen is a clinical psychologist, trauma therapist and bodyworker. His training includes NARM, Somatic Experiencing (SE) and Integral Somatic Psychotherapy (ISP). He co-teaches on the NARM trainings and is the Director of StillPoint Centre for Wellbeing in London, as well as the founder of the Mudita School of Thai Massage. www.embodied-trauma-healing.com

Booking Info
Book online today or give us a call on 01908 566610. Spaces on this training are limited and will need to be pre-booked and pre-paid. Bookings are on a first come first served basis, full payment is required to secure your place.

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