Trauma-Sensitive Yoga & Mindful Practices for You and Your Students

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Thursday, June 25

@ 6PM ET | 3PM PT

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here’s what you’ll learn in this roundtable discussion:

 

What is trauma and why it matters

✓ How to recognize the symptoms of trauma, including the different physical and psychological reactions that children, teens, and adults experience

What are mind-body resources and somatic-based practices, and how they are valuable tools to support students who may be experiencing trauma

How to use 6 trauma-sensitive yoga and mindful practices to support yourself and your students

Q&A with Megan and Lisa to answer all of your questions about sharing trauma-sensitive yoga and mindful practices with your students

✓ And a whole lot more!

panelists

Megan McWilliams, Panelist

Megan McWilliams is a full-time social worker in Austin, TX. Megan has spent her career in the education system providing individual, group, and family therapy in schools. She received a dual Master’s degree in Social Work and Public Health from Tulane University where she developed a passion for the mind-body connection. As a Certified 200 hour Yoga Teacher, she hopes to bring the many benefits of yoga to her students, schools, and families. 

Lisa Malinowski, Panelist

Lisa Malinowski is a Mindfulness and Yoga Educator for the Crim Fitness Foundation in Flint, MI. Lisa learned the practice of yoga while studying abroad for a semester in the Netherlands, and she fell in love with the art of mindful movement. As a Certified Yoga Instructor with over 1000 hours of teaching yoga (ERYT), Lisa believes that yoga should be a compassionate and community-centered practice that is accessible and approachable for anyone.

Moderated by Brynne Caleda, Co-Founder

Brynne Caleda, M.Ed., E-RYT is a leader in the field of yoga education. As CEO of Yoga Ed., Brynne champions the efficacy of innovative, evidence-based yoga programs for schools to establish lifelong foundations for student’s fitness, wellness, and productivity. Over the past decade, Brynne has worked closely with educators, health professionals, and parents to enrich school communities with yoga tools to more authentically and effectively teach to their students and children.

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You’ll leave this webinar with a better understanding of trauma-informed yoga and mindfulness tools for students near and far.