In this FREE WEBINAR you will gain an understanding of: 1. The basic functions of the Vagus Nerve and its impact on our body, mind, and spirit. 2. The ins and outs of Polyvagal Theory and how it's revolutionized the trauma field. 3. How yogic practices inherently support optimal Vagus Nerve functioning. 4. How and why trauma-conscious yoga integrated within clinical, community, and yoga studio contexts is an effective treatment modality to support attachment repair and trauma resolution. You will: 5. Experience first-hand several yoga pranayamas (breathing practices) and asanas (physical poses) that support strengthening the Vagus nerve and trauma resolution. We will end with a Live Q &A, plus everyone who attends will receive a special, high value FREE GIFT.
Come as you are (to your computer that is), no special yoga clothing or props needed.
Date: Wednesday, December 19 Time: 6:00-7:45 p.m. CST
Nityda Gessell, LCSW, E-RYT (500), TIYT
What sets Nityda apart?
As a yoga teacher for the past 13 years, Nityda has worked with diverse populations, teaching and training others to teach in public yoga studios, substance abuse rehabilitation centers, adult and adolescent units within psychiatric hospitals, drop in centers for youth, public and private school systems, and clinically within the psychotherapy setting.
Nityda is a licensed, practicing psychotherapist and trauma specialist. Nityda has devoted herself to trauma training and research and is keen to the intricacies that present within clinical settings. Nityda is trained in a variety of somatic-based and trauma-focused psychotherapies including Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR), Somatic Experiencing, Internal Family Systems (IFS), and mindfulness-based modalities. Nityda's dual licensure as both yoga professional and mental health professional inform her wider scope of practice and experience in supporting trauma survivors, that is rare to find in a trauma-informed yoga teacher trainer.