Online training ~ Healing yoga for refugees, asylum seekers and displaced people

Gaelle SchohierEvents, YOGA FOR REFUGEES

We’re delighted to be offering our first ever online training in partnership with Off The Mat, Into The World. OURMALA’s training is regularly sold out and we’ve been wanting to make it more accessible to people in the UK and overseas for quite a while. Starts February 11th 2019. If you cant make the live sessions you can watch again and join in that way so it’s really flexible. Find out more, plus bookings.

Suitable for doctors, psychologists, therapists, programme coordinators and yogis of all types.

This intensive is for anyone interested in working with yoga, refugees, asylum-seekers and under-served groups. Join Emily as she shares her teachings on OURMALA’s specialist evidenced based yoga programme, sensitive to trauma, gender, cultural differences and the reality of under-served people. Experience an OURMALA yoga class, hear stories from people who are refugees or seeking asylum about how yoga has helped them, understand the science and best practice and learn how to use yoga to serve most effectively, creating a truly healing environment.

This course will give you the fundamentals of OURMALA’s model so you can adopt it or adapt it to run your own yoga programme in the style of OURMALA. Some may like to attend this course because they are simply interested in the work and you are very welcome too. If you are a yoga teacher, you will gain the practical skills and scientific knowledge to teach a class in the style of OURMALA as well as increasing confidence, sensitivity and know-how regarding best practice for making sure your work delivers the most fruitful results. This course will also cover the basics of setting up and running your own trauma informed yoga programme at your own organisation. All profit from this course will enable access to yoga for people who are refugees and seeking asylum through OURMALA’s work. OURMALA’s programme is adaptable to other groups such as survivors of gender based violence and disasters.

Find out more, plus bookings.