From research for my report presentation for my 200HR Teacher Training, PTSD affects the brain, nervous system, hormones & chemicals, thyroid, and adrenal glands. Research also suggests that yoga can be an effective form of alternative treatment.
Whether you are a yoga teacher interested in learning more about developing classes for trauma and PTSD, or a trauma survivor yourself, there are techniques that can greatly benefit every practice. Continue reading →
I’ve been practicing yoga since I was in high school (longer than I’d like to admit). I’m still up in the air about whether I should do Teacher Training. It apparently isn’t regulated very well and am still searching for the right program for me. Even without Teacher Training, I’ve been trying to share the knowledge I have as I continue to learn and grow. Continue reading →
One of my 30 By 30 Goals was to meditate for 30 days, in hopes of developing a regular meditation practice. I was first introduced to meditation in college when I took an entire course on various styles of meditation. I remember very little from taking that class, but one thing I do remember is that there a lot of different meditation methods. Continue reading →