by Lisa Danylchuk
Yoga is ideal for informing trauma recovery and helping us cope with extreme stress.
In her book, Lisa Danylchuk shares the foundation of her approach with teachers, and offers simple ways to understand and apply the theoretical bridges between the fields of yoga and psychotherapy. She outlines core elements of trauma treatment, yoga philosophy, and effective healing approaches.
- Learn how trauma theory and yoga philosophy interconnect.
- Discover the role of the nervous system and how to foster balance.
- Tap into sound advice on how to structure a trauma-formed yoga class.
- Get tips for teachers on staying healthy as you work.
“Embodied Healing seamlessly and accessibly integrates trauma theory and yoga philosophy. This book helps yoga teachers and healing professionals understand the layered complexity of trauma and its impact, and offers a solid foundation for how yoga can foster lasting change. These days, the need for trauma-informed practice is strong, and this book provides a conscious, clear road map for those in a position to help.” – Elena Brower