Trauma Sensitive Yoga
This work focuses on developing the felt sense (interoception) of your experience; the skills of choice, action, and embodiment. Yoga is used to create new neural pathways.
This is a way of teaching -- or really a facilitating of your process. I was trained by David Emerson and Jenn Turner in Trauma Center- Trauma Sensitive Yoga and I follow their work closely. This work is profoundly empowering. Based on developing the skill of interoception (which "felt sense" is a kind of synonym for), from there making one's own choices, and then acting on those choices, Trauma Sensitive Yoga experiences are containers for exploring and learning how to thoroughly own your self.
This work is "bottom up" work, meaning it works through the body by exploring movement, felt sense or interoception, and then making and taking choices about what you do or don't do next in terms of your body. This is practice for listening deeply to yourself, coming to your own decision, and then taking that action. In words it is very simple. As a bodily experience it has the power to change neural pathways. The felt sense of connection and wholeness is healing. There is no need to identify a trauma to experience this work.