Traumatic experiences can affect the body, mind, or emotions, and sometimes two, or even all three of them. What allows accidents, injuries, and painful events to continue affecting us over time?
Current psychological science postulates that traumatic stress is not determined so much by particular events (accidents, injury, or assault), as by how we perceive the events. This means that most of what determines whether an event is traumatizing or not is how we receive the event, and not so much the event itself. How can we transform our relationship to these events, to reduce their traumatic impact?
In this workshop, we will examine fundamental concepts and misconceptions that feed trauma and increase its detrimental influence, while introducing new perspectives that support a revolutionary approach to healing and a return to health, harmony, and vitality. This workshop is participatory and experiential. We will practice a variety of somatic movement and partner bodywork exercises that nurture connection between body and mind, and open possibilities to process events in a new way, strengthening our capacity to assimilate, heal, and live fully and vibrantly.
This workshop is appropriate for practitioners in the fields of mental, physical, and emotional health, and for anyone who is interested in understanding how to work with trauma. Please be comfortable sitting on and working on the floor.
CE is available for massage therapists and bodyworkers, nurses, LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and LEPs. $10 fee for processing .
$50 ($40 if paid by 4/29—Use Coupon Code EARLYBIRD)
Jon Schreiber, D. C., director of the Breema Center and Breema Clinic in Oakland, California, has been teaching Breema in the U.S. and internationally since 1980. He has presented Breema at medical, psychology, bodywork, exercise, holistic health, and personal growth conferences. His numerous articles and books focus on the universal and practical philosophy of Breema. In his clinical practice, Dr. Schreiber uses Breema, Self-Breema, and the Nine Principles of Harmony to help patients discover...
Angela has been a professional counselor since 1991 and a Breema practitioner since 1998. She specializes in holistic behavioral therapy with groups, families, individuals, as well as education, training, and clinical supervision for therapists.
Treating people with co-occurring mental health & emotional imbalances, addictions, and relational/ behavioral health issues, has been the primary focus of her work for the past 25 years, as well as incorporating wellness practices via the body...
I am a Family Physician, and have been a Breema Practitioner and Instructor for over 20 years. I have found Breema's non-judgmental atmosphere to be invaluable in working with any health condition. I am consistently amazed at the effect of Breema bodywork, Self-Breema exercises, and Nine Principles of Harmony in increasing vitality, addressing acute concerns, and offering new templates for relating to body, mind, and feelings. I began working as a Practitioner at the Breema Clinic in 2002, and...