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Releasing Tension and Creating Safety in the Body with Suze Retera – Online
Find out more about Suze at www.suzeretera.com
Theory and safe practices to facilitate grounding and embodiment during or after times of stress or illness.
We are really excited to work with Suze Retera on one of the most popular modules in the Professional Development Programme at The Yoga Therapy Institute. Suze also teaches in collaboration with Montserrat G. Mukherjee in the Safety in Yoga Nidra and Relaxation for Yoga Therapy module, part of the 850-hour and 550-hour diplomas.
Suze is one of the most experienced yoga teachers in the Netherlands, with a background in psychology, Yoga Nidra training with Uma Dinsmore-Tuli and is a teacher with a gift for making the most complex subjects easy to understand and to put into practice.
Tension and traumatic experiences settle in the body and are often experienced as physical sensations. In an effort to escape these sensations, dissociation can become a go-to state, which results in a break in how the mind processes information. This can be an obstacle to recovery during cognitive therapy as well as preventing people from functioning in everyday life.
Physical practices are a very effective way to access and release tension, facilitate a more grounded state and create an awareness around dissociation thereby facilitating the healing process.
- An introduction to the nervous system
- When and how to apply touch in a safe and trauma-aware manner
- How to apply alignment in a functional way
- How to read body signals
- To understand the role fascia plays in tension and mobility in the body
- To manage your own grounding and embodiment
- To functionally apply physical practices in different situations and for different needs
22nd March – 26th March
600 euros excl. 9 % VAT*
*European registered companies are excluded from VAT charges.