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Up-Level Your Healing Capacity: Becoming a Trauma-Informed Pilates Instructor

In this course, learn the principles of trauma-informed Pilates teaching to create a safe and empowering space for clients dealing with trauma, fostering transformative growth and healing.

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Up-Level Your Healing Capacity: Becoming a Trauma-Informed Pilates Instructor

$120.00

In this course, learn the principles of trauma-informed Pilates teaching to create a safe and empowering space for clients dealing with trauma, fostering transformative growth and healing.

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In this comprehensive course, students will be introduced to the principles of trauma-informed Pilates teaching, providing valuable insights and tools to create a safe and supportive environment for clients who may have experienced trauma. Throughout the four chapters, students will explore various aspects of trauma, its impact on individuals, and how to integrate trauma-sensitive practices into their Pilates instruction.

In Chapter 1, "Understanding Trauma," students gain a fundamental understanding of trauma, including its definition, types, and common responses. They learn about the nervous system's role in trauma responses and how it affects clients' experiences during Pilates sessions. This chapter emphasizes the importance of cultivating empathy, compassion, and sensitivity to better support clients who may be struggling with trauma.

Chapter 2, "Trauma-Informed Principles," delves deeper into the essential principles of a trauma-informed approach. Students learn how to create a safe and inclusive space for clients, focusing on building a trusting and respectful relationship. They explore the significance of language, choice, empowerment, and self-awareness in their teaching practice. Additionally, students are encouraged to engage in their own self-work and healing to better understand and respond to trauma in the studio.

Chapter 3, "Principles in Practice," presents real-life stories to illustrate trauma triggers in yoga and Pilates classes. Students gain practical insights into how to handle sensitive situations and explore trauma-informed strategies to provide effective support to their clients. These stories highlight the importance of mindfulness, empathy, and careful communication in addressing trauma-related challenges during instruction.

Lastly, Chapter 4, "Resources & Wrapping Up," equips students with valuable resources available to support clients dealing with trauma. Students learn about national and online organizations, local trauma centers, and community mental health clinics, empowering them to offer appropriate referrals to clients seeking additional support. The chapter concludes by emphasizing the gift of trauma, encouraging students to view it as an opportunity for growth and transformation, and to approach their teaching with compassion, gentleness, and humility.

Upon completing this course, students can expect to have a comprehensive understanding of trauma-informed Pilates teaching. They will be equipped to create a safe and supportive environment for clients who may have experienced trauma, using trauma-sensitive practices, language, and communication techniques. Students will also have a deeper awareness of the impact of trauma on the mind and body, enabling them to provide effective and empathetic support to their clients. By integrating these trauma-informed principles into their teaching, students can make a positive impact on the healing journey of individuals dealing with trauma and create a space for transformative growth and self-discovery.

 

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In this comprehensive course, students will be introduced to the principles of trauma-informed Pilates teaching, providing valuable insights and tools to create a safe and supportive environment for clients who may have experienced trauma. Throughout the four chapters, students will explore various aspects of trauma, its impact on individuals, and how to integrate trauma-sensitive practices into their Pilates instruction.

In Chapter 1, "Understanding Trauma," students gain a fundamental understanding of trauma, including its definition, types, and common responses. They learn about the nervous system's role in trauma responses and how it affects clients' experiences during Pilates sessions. This chapter emphasizes the importance of cultivating empathy, compassion, and sensitivity to better support clients who may be struggling with trauma.

Chapter 2, "Trauma-Informed Principles," delves deeper into the essential principles of a trauma-informed approach. Students learn how to create a safe and inclusive space for clients, focusing on building a trusting and respectful relationship. They explore the significance of language, choice, empowerment, and self-awareness in their teaching practice. Additionally, students are encouraged to engage in their own self-work and healing to better understand and respond to trauma in the studio.

Chapter 3, "Principles in Practice," presents real-life stories to illustrate trauma triggers in yoga and Pilates classes. Students gain practical insights into how to handle sensitive situations and explore trauma-informed strategies to provide effective support to their clients. These stories highlight the importance of mindfulness, empathy, and careful communication in addressing trauma-related challenges during instruction.

Lastly, Chapter 4, "Resources & Wrapping Up," equips students with valuable resources available to support clients dealing with trauma. Students learn about national and online organizations, local trauma centers, and community mental health clinics, empowering them to offer appropriate referrals to clients seeking additional support. The chapter concludes by emphasizing the gift of trauma, encouraging students to view it as an opportunity for growth and transformation, and to approach their teaching with compassion, gentleness, and humility.

Upon completing this course, students can expect to have a comprehensive understanding of trauma-informed Pilates teaching. They will be equipped to create a safe and supportive environment for clients who may have experienced trauma, using trauma-sensitive practices, language, and communication techniques. Students will also have a deeper awareness of the impact of trauma on the mind and body, enabling them to provide effective and empathetic support to their clients. By integrating these trauma-informed principles into their teaching, students can make a positive impact on the healing journey of individuals dealing with trauma and create a space for transformative growth and self-discovery.

 

Dr. Courtnay Meletta

Meet Dr. Courtnay Meletta, a luminary in the field of integrative psychotherapy, whose transformative approach to mental health is rooted in humanism, psychodynamics, depth psychology, and existentialism. With over a decade of experience, Dr. Meletta is a clinical supervisor who specializes in body-oriented (somatic) psychotherapy, trauma, mind-body medicine and leadership, and psychedelic assisted psychotherapy. Dr. Meletta's credentials speak to her unshakable commitment to the mental health field. She graduated with a Master’s Degree in Holistic Counseling from Salve Regina University, with extensive study in the area of Holistic Leadership. She later completed her Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies in Mental Health, leading to clinical licensure in the state of Rhode Island. Dr. Meletta then went on to earn her Ph.D. in Integrative Mental Health from the School of Mind-Body Medicine at Saybrook University, where she submitted her dissertation on the transformative effects of yoga for leader self-development. A true spiritual seeker, Dr. Meletta has also completed over 500+ hours of yoga training over the past two decades, and has studied the therapeutic modalities of EMDR trauma treatment, Emotionally Focused Therapy, Core Energetics Body Oriented Psychotherapy, Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy, and Internal Family Systems. She is a certified practitioner of MDMA assisted psychotherapy by the Multidisciplinary Association of Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) and is currently studying under the guidance of Dr. Gabor Mate to learn his Compassionate Inquiry approach to healing. Dr. Meletta is a gifted teacher and supervisor, dedicated to supporting pre-licensed therapists and graduate students in their personal and professional growth. She is presently adjunct faculty at Saybrook University, teaching mind-body medicine and body-oriented psychotherapy, and in the Psychology Department at the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco. In addition to her work in academia, Dr. Meletta is passionate about sharing her knowledge and research on mind-body leadership with executives and organizational teams. Her empathetic, compassionate, non-judgmental, and fiercely loving style of working with people helps them to understand the depth within themselves and make intentional choices to live authentic lives. Whether on the therapy couch, in supervision sessions, classrooms, or boardrooms, Dr. Meletta is committed to helping people align themselves to their center, where they can live most fully.

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