Trauma-Informed Yoga Training
Our 16-hour Online Trauma-informed yoga training offers an invaluable approach that recognizes the profound impact of trauma on individuals' physical, mental, and emotional well-being. This specialized form of yoga acknowledges the sensitivity and unique needs of trauma survivors, creating a safe and supportive space for healing and self-discovery.
By integrating trauma-sensitive principles into the practice, trauma-informed yoga promotes empowerment, resilience, and a deeper connection with the body. It offers individuals the opportunity to release tension, cultivate self-compassion, and regain a sense of agency, ultimately paving the way for profound healing and transformation.
Whether you are a yoga practitioner, an yoga teacher, mental health specialist or someone interested in the topic, embracing trauma-informed yoga can help create a nurturing environment where every participant can experience the transformative power of yoga with sensitivity and compassion.
Meet your Instructors
Adrian Molina is a dedicated mental health advocate and speaker, with a journey spanning over two decades, focused on exploring body-mind practices that foster well-being within individuals and their communities. Adrian's diverse roles highlight his expertise as a trauma-informed yoga and mindfulness facilitator, committed community organizer, experienced end-of-life and hospice practitioner, peer support specialist, minister, writer, and crisis intervention volunteer (988).
His profound commitment to enhancing lives and fostering stronger communities is evident through extensive contributions, including the creation of The Warrior Flow School. Adrian's impactful work extends to collaborations with various institutions, such as police departments, hospitals, nursing homes, hospices, VA, schools, prisons, and homeless shelters. He is also an appointee for the City of Miami Beach LGBTQIA+ committee.
Adrian's wide-ranging engagement showcases his dedication to driving positive social change at both individual and community levels.
As a licensed mental health counselor (LMHC), Yariela Sequeira integrates alternative energy healing modalities, alongside spirituality, and her intuitive gift to support the journey of adults who want to connect and shift into a more conscious version of themselves they claim and honor.
Anger, anxiety, intimacy challenges, sexuality, depression, addictions, trauma, substance use & relationship dynamics, among others, are topics Yari has explored and redefined with clients.
For the past 19 years, Yari has been facilitating personal expansion through workshops, community events, and individual and group counseling sessions. She has worked with families, single parents, sexual offenders, court-ordered clients, inmates, the homeless, those experiencing addictions, as well as many in the community who come in due to anxiety, depression, anger, relationship challenges, or for traumatic experiences they want to process.
Trauma-informed yoga goes beyond traditional yoga practices, offering a holistic approach that considers the individual's unique experiences and challenges. By understanding the profound impact of trauma on the body and mind, participants will learn trauma-sensitive techniques, empowering them to guide individuals through a transformative journey of healing, self-discovery, and resilience.
Through this training, you will gain invaluable insights, practical skills, and a deeper understanding of trauma-informed practices, enabling you to make a positive and lasting impact on the lives of trauma survivors.
What students are saying
"I experienced compassion, wisdom, connectivity, grace, and a new approach to sharing the gift of mindful, intentional movement in my little corner of the world."
- Student from one of our in-person trainings
"A life-changing experience. I learned so much and grew as a person, a student, a teacher, and a friend."
- Student from our online community
This training is designed for yoga teachers, social workers, educators, first responders, nurses, volunteers, mental health professionals, massage therapists, movement specialists, and caregivers.
In this training you will learn:
- Connection of Yoga Philosophy and Trauma.
- Introduction to Trauma and Neuroscience.
- Introduction to Mental Health and most common mental health challenges.
- How Trauma affects body, mind, relationships and society.
- Contemporary Yoga vs. Trauma Informed Yoga.
- Yoga and Meditation as tools to help in the processing of Trauma.
- Introduction to Chair Yoga.
- How to create safe and effective practices for shelters, hospitals, prisons and more.
- Sequencing. Practice. Cueing. Class planning.
Join us in this transformative training and become a beacon of healing and compassion in the yoga community.
Discover the importance of Trauma-Informed Yoga
- 16 hours of pre-recorded content with Adrian Molina and Yariela Sequeira (including lectures & practices)
- 12 months access to the training
- Access to the Warrior Flow School Community platform for additional resources and to engage with other students