You will Learn

This seminar will discuss what Trauma-Sensitive Yoga is and how clinicians can use it in a client session

  • Explain the clinical benefits of embodiment and trauma recovery

  • Learn a 10-minute pratice clinicians can participate in with a client all taught from a chair

  • Learn what to consider before engaging in Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga with a client.

Course curriculum

  • 1

    FREE version - What is Trauma-Sensitive Yoga & How to Use it in a session (LIVE no CEUs)

    • Welcome to your CEU Webinar

    • Trauma-Sensitive Yoga Slides (Add after)

    • Course Review Survey



Margaret Berger

Margaret was inspired to become a meditator and yoga instructor by her second born son, Atticus, who was born with developmental disabilities. Living with his challenges and her resultant stress levels she decided to learn how to quiet her mind and live beyond the stress, celebrating each day with a sense of gratitude and wonder. Her older son, Abraham, and husband Michael have benefitted as well from the sense of peace, joy and acceptance that permeate the family. Her experience as a Psychotherapist, training to become a Yoga Instructor and her own daily meditation practice have provided a foundation for her to share her knowledge of the ancient practices with others. Meditation is a key to calming the mind so that we can listen to the guide that is within ourselves leading us down a conscious and thoughtful life path. The yoga movement forms create opportunities for us to slow down and feel our bodily sensations. This can be a challenging task if our sense of being grounded is disrupted. Using the combined elements of gentle movement and breath can establish a present moment experience in our bodies that has an impact on our neurologic system in our minds and therefore a sense of being connected to our bodies.