Trauma Sensitive Yoga Course

4 week course at Spanda School

Trauma is not at surface level, it is deeply rooted.

This is why repetition is so integral to the healing process. In this four week course, we will come back to the tools and techniques that work best for us, repeating the practice of letting go.

In this way our trauma becomes a pathway for deeper self-discovery, and development of our ability to let go.

What to Expect

We will explore how different ways of focusing the mind can impact our whole experience, both internal and external. Easing our way into meditation(s), in a safe and nurturing space.

We will create communication within our body by interpreting how we are really feeling, and regulating ourselves, especially when stimuli comes up.

A Great Opportunity

There is no right or wrong way of exploring, this is your time to get to know your body in a safe and nurturing space. We can then begin to unblock and tap into the trauma held in the body.

Gaining our own understanding of how different forms can make us feel and how we can empower ourselves through these simply techniques. There will be elements of flow and stillness when it comes to movement of the body. Nothing is a demand, only an invitation for you. You have choice and there will be different variations provided throughout.

What is included

Booklet with information and journalling space over the 4 weeks
4 – 75 minute trauma sensitive yoga practices
support throughout 4 weeks
Discount for next course
Complimentary tea from cowarumup
Space to heal.


Cost: $120
Repeaters of the course: $95

Book through this MindBodyOnline link here.

Or submit a bank deposit below:

  • Spanda School
  • BSB 036157
  • Account number 587713
  • Westpac
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Refund Policy

*Full refunds are granted for requests 10 days prior to event

**Credit to future events granted if notice given minimum 7 days before. Credit to be used within 30 days.

Jen is originally from London and has spent the last several years travelling internationally where she continues her training and shares her practices; now continuing her journey in Australia. Coming from a personal background of trauma, this has led her into specialising in yoga for trauma, reconnection to the self and embodiment. Her Hatha yoga classes are mindful movements, focussing

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