COMPASSION, SELF COMPASSION AND TRAUMA SENSITIVE YOGA

Compassion is the courage to face what is difficult in life – one’s own suffering and that of others – along with the sincere motivation to do something to alleviate it, or to prevent future suffering.

Compassion is an innate capacity, and cultivating it has proved to be extremely beneficial: research has shown that it increases inner strength, resilience, emotional balance.

This workshop addresses in a practical way the importance of compassion and self-compassion in the context of Trauma Sensitive yoga, integrating the perspective of some successful programs on compassion -CCT (Compassion Cultivation Training by Stanford University), CMT (Compassionate Mind Training based on Paul Gilbert’s work), MSC (Mindful Self-Compassion, based on Kristin Neff and Christopher Germer’s work)- with the perspective of Trauma Sensitive Yoga as offered by Fundación Rādika.

Who will benefit from this course?

TSY teachers and yoga teachers who want to deepen their skills and find new ways/tools for relating to their students (and to themselves) in a more beneficial way, through compassion and self-compassion.

WORKSHOP DETAILS

COMPASSION, SELF COMPASSION AND TRAUMA SENSITIVE YOGA
Live Online Course via Zoom
(the session will be recorded and made available on replay).
Workshop in English. Facilitated by Candida Vivalda
On 4/23/2022 from 14:00 to 16:00 (2-4pm) CET

THREE PRICES AVAILABLE:

*Please select the price “I’m supported” consciously, it is offered for people in financial need. If you wish to support people to take the course, you may select the price “I support”.

**If you wish to support people to take the course via scholarships, you may select the price “I support”.

CÁNDIDA VIVALDA

Originally from Rome, Candida has been studying and practicing yoga for 15 years with renowned teachers from different traditions. She is an 800 hour advanced Jivamukti yoga teacher, a Mindfulness instructor from Brown University, and is trained in the Cultivation of Compassion under the Compassion Institute (Stanford University) program. She regularly participates in Vipassana meditation retreats and other Buddhist traditions in different parts of the world.

Before starting her career in the world of yoga and meditation, Candida was Marketing Director of different Italian and Spanish companies. With the intention of bringing meditation to as many people as possible, she co-founded an app to learn how to meditate, Bambú.

In 2019 she trained in “Yoga for Trauma” with Radika Foundation and she feels deeply committed to Radika’s goal of removing stigma and offering yoga as complementary therapy for mental health.

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