Available On-Demand December 8 – December 10, 2021
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Living with Trauma: Working with Polyvagal Interventions
Trauma is experienced first and foremost physiologically. Understanding the body’s reactions to threat, as well as identifying practical interventions that can help reverse the consequence of this reaction, is important for living a healthy, peaceful life in today’s world. In this seminar, we will use Continuum Movement’s Essential Elements of breath, sound, and movement to help alleviate the fixations and compensatory patterns that have become locked down in the tissue of our body because of trauma and stress. By engaging with variations in breath and sound, we can stimulate a wide spectrum of internal sensations, responses, and movements that allows us to return to feeling our body relaxed, resonating as a fluid, vital whole.
This seminar is intended for students who wish to invigorate their lives with new ways of thinking, moving, and living. We will learn how to connect to our body through breath, sound, and movement to help reduce trauma and stress. People of all ages and body types, regardless of experience, illness or injury can participate.
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Donnalea Van Vleet Goelz, has a PhD in Clinical Somatic Psychology and is executive director of Continuum Movement®, founded by Emilie Conrad Da’oud. She is the founder and owner of Cobalt Moon Center, a center for integrative health and Somatics education in Neptune Beach, FL. She is a graduate of the Barbara Brennan School of Healing where she served as senior faculty in the US and Europe. She has taught and been on the faculty of Esalen Institute, Hollyhock Educational Institute, Kripalu, and The Open Center. She is currently involved in research and treatment of trauma at UF Shands and University of North Florida.