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Save the date! Online Trauma Informed Training will be offered in June, 2021. Join us in this multi-week course at 6pm EST, each Wednesday evening in June. To be notified when the full schedule and enrollment are available, please connect by email.
This multi-week course is divided into weekly 3-hr modules taught by Rose Mina Munjee and Sarah Kinsley will introduce the neuroscience of trauma, and offer skill sets to help create emotionally and physically brave environments for those attending movement and/or meditation sessions. This course will develop your awareness of race-based trauma and intergenerational trauma, invitational and inquiry-based language and provide an introduction to the Polyvagal Theory. There are no prerequisites to join. All are welcome!
Click Here for priority enrollment, or for more information and updates on our Trauma Informed Training.
This is a Professional Development course — it is not intended as an intervention for those who have experienced trauma. Past attendees have included yoga teachers, YTTs, educators, psychotherapists, social workers, massage therapists, and others interested in learning about trauma and how it affects the people they work with. You do not need to be a certified Yoga Teacher to attend the training — all are welcome! Enrollment will open soon.
Yoga Instructors seeking YA CE credits: Trauma Informed Training with Union Yoga counts towards CE credits with the Yoga Alliance for eligible movement instructors. Certificates will be issued upon completion.
LEARN ABOUT YOUR INSTRUCTORS
SARAH KINSLEY (she / her)
Mindful Consulting, Educating & Counselling: Registered Clinical Counsellor # 13472, SETM Practitioner, BA (Hons.), BEd (Primary), MEd (Counselling), E-RYT 500, RCYT
Approved Mental Health Care Provider for First Nations Health Authority (FNHA)
With grateful acknowledgment of the nations in whose territories I work and live: the Lekwungen (Songhees & Esquimalt) and W̱SÁNEĆ (SȾÁUTW/Tsawout, W̱JOȽEȽP/Tsartlip, BOḰEĆEN/Pauquachin, WSIḴEM/Tseycum).
Sarah Kinsley is the coordinator of the Embodied Mind stream in the Certificate of Applied Mindfulness Meditation the Faculty of Social Work at the University of Toronto. Sarah teaches workshops in this certificate at the University of Toronto and Royal Roads University in British Columbia. She has been a primary school teacher and a Special Education Resource Teacher (SERT) in Ontario and abroad. Most recently she served at Native Child and Family Services of Toronto as a Child and Family Therapist working with children and parents who have experienced trauma. In addition, Sarah works as a facilitator and therapist at The Centre for Mindfulness Studies where she utilizes her training in Mindfulness-based interventions (MBIs) including extensive training in Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) and Yoga Therapy, and a facilitator for Mindfulness Without Borders & Outward Bound Canada.
On the side, Sarah continues to grow The Padma Practice, her private practice, where she focuses on individual therapy and consulting services.
Sarah has trained with Indigenous Elders in the field of healing within Canada and abroad. Sarah has completed four Yoga Teacher Training courses and has studied with various schools in North America and Asia, such as Yoga Vidya Gurukul: Institute for Research and Education in Yoga, The Sanada Devi School of Yoga, and Yoga in Your School. She has most recently studied Trauma Sensitive Yoga with David Emerson and Bessel van der Kolk. Sarah is the author of Yoga Therapy: Ancient Therapy for Today’s Body, Mind and Spirit, a textbook chapter used in counselling programs throughout North America.
ROSE MINA MUNJEE (she / her)
Registered Psychotherapist, MBA, BMath, AMM-Mind, CYT 500, RCYT, CST, MBI Teacher
Rose Mina Munjee is a Registered Psychotherapist in private practice, experienced mindfulness teacher, mentor, corporate trainer, craniosacral practitioner, and restorative, therapeutic and trauma-informed yoga teacher. She has completed well over 500 hours of Yoga Teacher Training as well as Restorative, Therapeutic, and Trauma Sensitive Yoga training. She teaches at the Center for Mindfulness Studies, Center for Mindful Self Compassion, University of Toronto, Union Yoga, several yoga studios and organizations and is a managing director at Mindful Wellness. Rose Mina facilitates evidence-based mindfulness programs including MBSR, MBCT and MSC. She also has a private practice and does clinical work in health-care and public health settings in trauma informed care, mindfulness and psychotherapy. Her focus is on trauma informed care, somatic, affective, neuroscience-based practices including craniosacral techniques, therapeutic and restorative yoga, social justice, and cultivating greater diversity, inclusivity and belonging for marginalized populations. Rose Mina also writes about mindfulness, trauma informed care and social justice related topics and she is a Masters student at University of Toronto in Spiritual Care (MPS - Buddhist Studies and Psychotherapy, with a focus on mindfulness).