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Holding Space with Nicole Marcia

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SKU:
ContEdWrk
Title:
Holding Space
$75.00
Spaces available: 
12

Date: Tuesday, October 10, 2017 5pm - 9pm
Location: Held at Stretch Yoga Studio 180 East Pender Street, Vancouver, BC. *Please note* The studio is not wheelchair accessible and has two gendered washrooms on site.
Cost$75 ($25 for Yoga Outreach volunteers - please email Delanie to register)

Most teacher trainings provide teachers with the essential foundations for conducting public classes but often leave graduates without more in-depth training in negotiating the teacher/student relationship . 

Yoga teachers may lack an understanding community to address questions about their work, debrief difficult teacher/student relationships and discuss ethics. 

In this workshop participants will gain a theoretical and experiential foundation in the unique qualities of the teacher/student relationship as it pertains to yoga teaching in diverse settings, personal and professional boundaries, self care and what it means to teach from a strengths-based, trauma-informed place.

Nicole Marcia has been a yoga teacher, yoga therapist and trainer since 2004. In 2009, she was awarded a master’s degree with a specialization in yoga therapy from Lesley University in Boston, MA. She is the yoga therapist at the Burnaby Centre for Mental Health and Addictions, where she works with in-patient clients in various stages of recovery from mental health and addiction issues. She is the director of training at Yoga Outreach, and a faculty member at Ajna Yoga therapy School, Langara College Continuing Studies, Stenberg College and the Vancouver School of Bodywork and Massage.

Date(s): 
October 10, 2017 5:50 pm to 9:00 pm
Burnaby Youth Custody Centre
For as little as $15 a month, less than a drop in yoga class, you can ensure that youth and adults in mental health facilities, prison or youth custody, alcohol and drug treatment centers, women and children who have experienced violence, or adults suffering from early onset dementia, have access to the powerful and healing practices of yoga and meditation, providing a method to reclaim their minds and bodies, to self regulate, and to connect with people in their community.