Fostering Grattitude Workshop
with Dr Margaret DeLong Licensed Psycologist
Saturday, May 11, 2019 at 1 PM – 2:30 PM
“I am passionate about helping others find joy and live more fulfilling lives, even when going through difficult times. I provide a warm, caring, non-judgmental atmosphere, utilizing techniques that are tailored to meet my clients’ individual and unique strengths and needs.” – Dr Margaret DeLong Licensed Psycologist
Come join us for this donation based community event. All proceeds will go towards providing future events for our community. Pay what you can there is no minimum donation or judgement on what you can afford!
Come meet Dr Margaret (“Peggy”) DeLong, Psy.D – The Gratitude Psychologist, Harnessing the Power of Gratitude to Heal and Grow. Celebrate her book launch with us!
Author of “I Can See Clearly Now: A Memoir of Love, Grief, and Gratitude”
And Designer of The Gratitude Bracelet
Stay tuned for book launch 3/20/19!!
Inspirational bracelets – https://www.facebook.com/peggysmidnightcreations/
Three days of full instruction, demonstration and testing with a Buti Yoga Master Trainer, Friday, Saturday and Sunday 8am-8pm 3 days. Upon successful completion of this course and testing, students will receive their AFFA, NASM and Yoga Alliance accredited certification. In Buti Certification you will join aspiring instructors and passionate Buti students from around the world in genuine, powerful community; delivery deep into the Spiral Structure Technique, it’s applications and how to apply it to our dynamic flow sequence; build a strong foundation in yoga cueing, adjustment and modification- to prepare for adding dynamic variations to posts and sequences; learn how to properly sequence a Buti class using dynamic variations + sequences that fir out class guidelines; tap into your own inner strength, creativity + leadership to lead your own Buti Tribe.
June 14th, 15th & 16th. SIGN UP HERE >>
Get Trained to hold Yoga of 12-Step Recovery Meetings in your Community
Learn how to create and hold safe space for those impacted by addiction.
Do you want to share the powerful framework of Y12SR with those who are impacted by addiction?
Through our Y12SR Leadership Training, you will learn how to:
● Create safe, sacred, open and inclusive space that welcomes all who are dealing with their own addictive behavior, or that of others
● Understand the 12-step process of addiction recovery
● Recognize symptoms of unresolved trauma and emotional dysregulation
● Share yoga as a tool for relapse prevention, and to sustainably manage internal states
● Utilize teachable moments, help resolve ambivalence and work with those who are struggling emotionally
● Use social learning theory to model new behavior and support observational learning
● Recognize the traps of projection, transference, countertransference, boundary violation and spiritual bypass/arrogance
● Work collaboratively within the group setting, and with institutions
● Develop a network of professionals, including trauma experts and others in field of addiction recovery
Through ancient texts and modern research in neuroscience, we will learn how the cognitive approach of the 12-step program, the trauma-informed approach of Somatic Experience and the body-based approach of yoga and mindfulness practices work together to bring about changes in brain patterning. Driven by the theme “the issues live in our tissues,” this holistic framework for relapse prevention fosters compassionate awareness, change and healing.
Designed for yoga teachers who wish to work with the recovery population, this training is also extremely relevant and helpful for therapists, counselors, social workers, probation officers and others who wish to understand how the philosophies and practices of yoga align with the 12-step program of recovery.
This training is also the second step in our two-part certification process. Upon completion of both our Intensive and Leadership Training, you will be fully certified to lead weekly Y12SR meetings in community or clinical settings. You will also receive access to a private library of training and marketing materials, and ongoing support from a community of professionals.
More tools for healthy coping mechanisms = less relapse! Share tools not judgement!