Events

Y12SR Leadership Training with Kyczy Hawk

This Y12SR program presents a framework for addiction recovery that includes the cognitive approach of the 12-step program, the trauma healing approach of Somatic Experiencing and the body-based approaches offered by yoga and mindfulness practices.

Utilizing material from ancient texts, trauma research as well as information and data from modern neuroscience studies, we will discuss exactly how combining the cognitive and somatic approaches can support changes in brain patterning. This holistic framework, based in the theme, ‘The Issues Live in Our Tissues’, presents a holistic relapse prevention model that supports compassionate awareness, change and healing.

 

 

Y12SR Combined Training with Nikki Myers

The Y12SR Combined Training equips participants to hold Y12SR classes in their communities. This is a combination of the Y12SR Intensive and the Leadership Training. This training results in full Y12SR certification. The first section of the training focuses on the ‘understanding and application’ of yoga and the 12 steps. Here we will:

• Explore the sources of addictive behavior

• Investigate yogic and 12-step principles as a foundation of recovery

• Recognize the symptomology of unresolved trauma and nervous system dys-regulation

• Discover sustainable ways for self-regulation that enhance physical, mental and spiritual well-being

The second section of the program gives participants the tools to offer weekly Y12SR classes in their communities. In this section participants learn to:

• Create safe, sacred, open, and inclusive space that welcomes all dealing with their own addictive behaviors or are affected by the addictive behavior of others

• Use yoga and its practices to provide relapse prevention tools and sustainable ways to manage internal stress

• Take advantage of teachable moments, help resolve ambivalence and work with those who may be struggling emotionally

• Recognize the traps of projection, transference, countertransference, boundary violations and spiritual bypass

• Develop a network of professionals including trauma experts and others in the addiction recovery treatment field

Y12SR Leadership Training with Nikki Myers

This Y12SR program presents a framework for addiction recovery that includes the cognitive approach of the 12-step program, the trauma healing approach of Somatic Experiencing and the body-based approaches offered by yoga and mindfulness practices.

Utilizing material from ancient texts, trauma research as well as information and data from modern neuroscience studies, we will discuss exactly how combining the cognitive and somatic approaches can support changes in brain patterning. This holistic framework, based in the theme, ‘The Issues Live in Our Tissues’, presents a holistic relapse prevention model that supports compassionate awareness, change and healing.

 

April 6-8, 2018
$375/$350 prior to March 15, 2018
Friday 10:30-4:30p
Sat 9-6p
Sun 9-3p

 

Y12SR Leadership Training with Kyczy Hawk

This Y12SR program presents a framework for addiction recovery that includes the cognitive approach of the 12-step program, the trauma healing approach of Somatic Experiencing and the body-based approaches offered by yoga and mindfulness practices.

Utilizing material from ancient texts, trauma research as well as information and data from modern neuroscience studies, we will discuss exactly how combining the cognitive and somatic approaches can support changes in brain patterning. This holistic framework, based in the theme, ‘The Issues Live in Our Tissues’, presents a holistic relapse prevention model that supports compassionate awareness, change and healing.

 

$375/$350 prior to Jan 20, 2018
Dates: Feb 16-18, 2018

 

Y12SR Combined Certification

The Y12SR Combined Training equips participants to hold Y12SR classes in their communities. This is a combination of the Y12SR Intensive and the Leadership Training. This training results in full Y12SR certification. The first section of the training focuses on the ‘understanding and application’ of yoga and the 12 steps. Here we will:

• Explore the sources of addictive behavior

• Investigate yogic and 12-step principles as a foundation of recovery

• Recognize the symptomology of unresolved trauma and nervous system dys-regulation

• Discover sustainable ways for self-regulation that enhance physical, mental and spiritual well-being

The second section of the program gives participants the tools to offer weekly Y12SR classes in their communities. In this section participants learn to:

• Create safe, sacred, open, and inclusive space that welcomes all dealing with their own addictive behaviors or are affected by the addictive behavior of others

• Use yoga and its practices to provide relapse prevention tools and sustainable ways to manage internal stress

• Take advantage of teachable moments, help resolve ambivalence and work with those who may be struggling emotionally

• Recognize the traps of projection, transference, countertransference, boundary violations and spiritual bypass

• Develop a network of professionals including trauma experts and others in the addiction recovery treatment field

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Address of training: Surf City Welcome Center 102 N Shore Dr, Surf City, NC 28445

Phone number to call for questions: (910) 508-6923

Website to register for event: https://www.rootsofrecovery.org/roots-of-recovery

Email for questions: RootsofRecoveryNC@gmail.com

9am-6pm each day

Y12SR Breaking Barriers with Nikki Myers

Codependency has been described as the addiction to look elsewhere. The belief that something outside of ourselves, people, places, things, behaviors or experiences will bring fulfillment and joy. This is not only the most common addiction, but also the base out of which all other addictions and compulsions arise.

Codependency is often expressed as the need to control or be controlled, to seek approval, or to avoid confrontation. Codependents may struggle with experiencing appropriate levels of self-esteem, setting functional boundaries, making decisions and verbalizing requests. Under certain conditions, this disorder can be life threatening.

Codependency has also been called the disease of the lost self.  As Thomas Merton wrote: To allow oneself to be carried away by a multitude of conflicting concerns, to surrender to too many demands, to commit oneself to too many projects, to want to help everyone in everything, is to succumb to the violence of our time. This is often how we lose ourselves: we minimize what’s going on inside, while overreacting to the outside.

In this weekend workshop, we will use lecture, discussion, experiential exercises and the tools of yoga (including asana, pranayama, meditation and chanting) to:

— Examine the roots of codependency
— Identify personal samskaras,  the habit patterns that alter our thinking
— Explore tools for healing through a process of awareness, self-love and creativity

At its heart, codependency has to do with our search for our true selves. When we find our true Self and connect it with some bigger energy or higher power, we are free to relate to others in a way that opens deeply fulfilling relationships with ourselves, others and the Divine.

This training is designed for anyone choosing to develop a deeper relationship with self. It is especially ideal for families that are impacted by addiction, and for those in the helping professions, such as yoga teachers, medical professionals, social workers and healers.

Harmonious Holidays: a webinar with Dana Walters

The holidays can be a tricky time for those on a recovery path, with increased family time, often-heightened expectations, and many festive events full of triggers and temptations.

Join Dana Walters for an exploration of pranayama, meditation, and intention-setting practices to help ground you, protect your recovery, and maintain harmony and balance.

Useful for yoga teachers, Y12SR space holders, and anyone on a path of recovery.

Y12SR Leadership Training

This Y12SR program presents a framework for addiction recovery that includes the cognitive approach of the 12-step program, the trauma healing approach of Somatic Experiencing and the body-based approaches offered by yoga and mindfulness practices.

Utilizing material from ancient texts, trauma research as well as information and data from modern neuroscience studies, we will discuss exactly how combining the cognitive and somatic approaches can support changes in brain patterning. This holistic framework, based in the theme, ‘The Issues Live in Our Tissues’, presents a holistic relapse prevention model that supports compassionate awareness, change and healing.