One key component of our philosophy is to create a consistent learning container for our clients and students, and educate professionals with evidence-based education opportunities.
How do you support yourself and others in times of stress, grief, and crisis?
This live, interactive class is online and does not include movement.
with Kari Kwinn, E-RYT 500
this 90 minute special engagement is worth one CEU for registered yoga teachers
Introduction to Ayurveda + Healthy Living Series
Learn how to use the time-tested ancient wisdom of Ayurveda to promote greater mind, body and spiritual health and well-being. Ayurveda translates to the knowledge of life. Discover how to harness this knowledge for less stress and more ease in your life.
In the four week course, learn the foundations of Ayurveda as well as daily ritual practices to cultivate greater health from within.
This live, interactive class is all conversation and discussion, with no physical practice and offered online.
Starting July 8
with Madison Waggoner
Trauma-Sensitive Yoga Teacher Training (50 hours)
White Lotus is proud to support Buffalo + Sparrow in this online offering
How to cue your class through a trauma-informed lens
How to hold space for students who experience triggers, as well as how to help them regulate from the sympathetic to the parasympathetic nervous system.
How trauma is trapped in the body and how yoga can help to move it out.
How the brain works in trauma and how yoga can help restore its communication with the body.
The neurobiology of a traumatized brain and how the power of neuroplasticity works toward freedom and empowerment.
How to self-regulate your nervous system and assist others to do the same through techniques, poses, breath and mind-body practices.
How to support students with various types of trauma including, but not limited to: ptsd, sexual assault/abuse, domestic abuse, marginalization, complex, developmental, vicarious trauma and bullying.
The latest and most relevant research and theories in trauma that will give you the confidence to teach from a place of being fully informed and equipped to teach to trauma survivors.
Valuable lessons and guidance through reading homework from the bodies of work by Bessel Van Der Kolk: The Body Keeps The Score and Peter Levine: Waking The Tiger