Chakra Psychology and Trauma
Learn the impact of trauma on the chakras and how to bring balance to the system
Welcome to this mini-course on Chakra Psychology and Trauma!
✨ Please note: If you are enrolled in the TCYM Level 1 on-demand training, do not purchase this course as it's already included within your TCYM training. However, if you have completed TCYM Level 1 in the virtual real-time, or in-person format, we do not have time to cover this content in detail and so this course was created for you!
This course is designed to deepen your understanding of:
- The chakra system
- Trauma's impact on the chakras
- How to bring balance to the chakras
- How to do an intake or ongoing assessment with clients utilizing knowledge of the chakra system
- How to support trauma healing utilizing knowledge of the chakra system
- The overlap between the Eastern chakra system and Western vagus nerve neuroscience
✨Please note, as stated on the registration page, this course does not go over in detail, asana sequencing as it relates to the chakras. We offer that information in our coaching calls, available to TCYM alumni.
Should you wish to receive a certificate of completion for this course, please email the admin team at email@example.com
I hope you enjoy.
Peace and love to. you,
Nityda Gessel is a somatic psychotherapist, trauma specialist, yoga teacher and educator, mom and heart-centered activist. Nityda is the founder of the Trauma-Conscious Yoga Institute, creator of The Trauma-Conscious Yoga Method℠, and author of the Norton book: Embodied Self Awakening: Somatic Practices for Trauma Healing and Spiritual Evolution. Nityda’s integrative work over the past two decades has significantly contributed to the integration of the mental health and yoga/embodiment professions. Nityda has devoted her life to supporting the upliftment of others, working at the intersection of Eastern spirituality, holistic mental health, and embodied activism. Nityda founded the Trauma-Conscious Equity Foundation to narrow the health disparity gap between served and underserved communities by providing funding for BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ mental health professionals to receive yoga and somatic training. For you, Nityda wishes a life of joy, freedom and peace. During her time off, she loves getting dirty with her toddler, being in nature, dancing and traveling the world.