Trauma-Informed Yoga for Survivors of Sexual Assault: Practices for Healing and Teaching with Compassion Free Audiobook Download by Zahabiyah A. Yamasaki M Ed Ryt

This text is a comprehensive resource for survivors of sexual assault to understand the many ways that trauma can shape one's body, mind, and spirit. This text discusses the consequences of our culture's hypersexualized environment on individual and collective healing. The author covers a wide range of topics, including yoga postures, breathwork practices, meditation techniques, somatic education methods, and more.

This book is a meditation on trauma, healing, and teaching yoga. It offers a comprehensive discussion of the cultural and historical background to the practice of trauma-informed yoga as well as specific guidelines for future teachers and survivors.

Trauma-Informed Yoga for Survivors of Sexual Assault: Practices for Healing and Teaching with Compassion is a book that offers a healing practice, trauma-informed yoga, to survivors of sexual assault. From the author, Zahabiyah A. Yamasaki, we learn about how yoga can alleviate symptoms that present after a sexual assault. This book covers what is trauma, effects on our body and mind, how to find therapists and healers that are trained in trauma work, self-care practices and mindfulness techniques.

The women's movement, with the help of yoga, has gained a lot of traction and attention since the 1960s. Zahabiyah A. Yamasaki states that trauma-informed yoga teaches survivors to identify and release old trauma while facilitating healing and teaching with compassion. The practices in this book are designed to teach the survivor how to use their breath as a tool for coping with painful memories.

Sexual assault is a difficult subject to discuss, but one that many survivors have found healing and transformational. Zahabiyah A. Yamasaki, M Ed Ryt, has created Trauma-Informed Yoga for Survivors of Sexual Assault with the hope of facilitating self-knowledge and healing in survivors. Although trauma might seem like an incompatible topic for yoga practice, it is often seen as a source of strength through which we can accomplish our goals. This book provides sexual assault survivors with comprehensive practices to heal their physical and mental bodies while teaching compassion in the classroom or as part of your work.

This is a powerful book, with a powerful message. As a yoga teacher, I am constantly learning and re-learning how to be compassionate and safe in the practice of my art. To think of these practices as trauma-informed yoga will make all the difference.

Published Date 2022-01-25
Duration 7 hours 11 minutes
Author Zahabiyah A. Yamasaki M Ed Ryt
Narrated Erin Deward
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Abridged No
Is It Free? 30-days Free
Category Health & Wellness
Parent Category Fitness, Disorders & Diseases, Psychology

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