The Sensory-Enhanced Yoga Institute
is proud to present the following 2-day workshop:
Sensory-Enhanced Yoga® for Self-Regulation & Trauma Healing
September 15 & 16, 2018- Blueberry Gardens, Ashton, MD
October 12 & 13- Day Yoga Studio, Dayton, OH
This workshop is especially designed for O.T.s, other allied and licensed mental health professionals, and yoga therapists/instructors who would like to learn how to incorporate Sensory-Enhanced Yoga® into their clinical practices to facilitate healing from combat stress, PTSD (from various forms of trauma), anxiety, and related ANS disorders. The course will present the science/evidence base, theoretical model, guidelines for practice as well as the specific yoga forms, movements, breathing, and meditation techniques to implement the program. Participants will be taught both mat and chair versions of the program, as well as strategies for teaching the program to groups of individuals with mixed mobility levels. The workshop is highly experiential and includes a 133-page, detailed manual. The course qualifies for 14 NBCOT PDUs/14 Contact Hours. (Please contact SEYI for other professions.) Some familiarity with yoga is helpful but not required. This program evolved from the highly successful Iraq Yoga Study treatment protocol, which is the only published randomized/controlled yoga study to date conducted with U.S. active duty military personnel in a deployed environment (Stoller et al., 2012, AJOT). Our faculty members also possess a high level of expertise in working with survivors of other forms of trauma, including sexual trauma.
Ashton MD: Trisha Barry, M.F.A., E-RYT 200, C-iRest, C-WAE, YACEP
Dayton OH: Anna Molgard, BA, C-IAYT, E-RYT 500 & Julie Jack, MS, MA, RYT
(see full bios on website)
Please feel free to call Lynn Stoller, President of SEYI, with any questions at 339-225-0084. We hope you will decide to take advantage of this exciting learning opportunity!