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Werde TRY-Instruktor

Die nächste 20-stündige TRY-Lehrerausbildung findet am 11.-12. März 2022 in Duhok, Kurdistan, persönlich statt.  Yoga-Erfahrung ist nicht erforderlich.

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Unser Full TRY Workshop steht allen Pflegekräften offen, sei es zu Hause, beruflich oder für sich selbst. Dieses Training bereitet Sie darauf vor, mit Menschen in Krisen zu arbeiten, die ein Trauma erlebt haben. Wir werden die Hindernisse und Vorteile des Lehrens von Yoga, Meditation und Atemtechniken für gefährdete Bevölkerungsgruppen identifizieren. Sie werden neue Werkzeuge erwerben, die Ihnen helfen und es Ihnen ermöglichen, anderen die Genesung von Traumata der Vergangenheit zu erleichtern. Unser Workshop beinhaltet Techniken für auf und neben der Yogamatte. Alle Auszubildenden werden mit neuen Werkzeugen und dem Wissen über die Wissenschaft hinter diesen Werkzeugen sowie der Fähigkeit, eine vollständige TRY-Sequenz im Sitzen anzubieten, und dem grundlegenden Verständnis der TRY-Mattensequenz mitgehen. 

Inhalt des 20-stündigen TRY-Trainings:
Dieser Kurs ist wertvoll für jeden, der:
  • Psychologie des Traumas

  • Der Vagusnerv und die Geist-Körper-Verbindung

  • Trigger verwalten

  • TRY Mattensequenz

  • Meditation und Mantra für Traumata

  • Atemtechniken bei Traumata

  • TRY Chair-Sequenz

  • Achtsame Bewegungen (TRY for Youth)

  • Dos and Don'ts, was im Unterricht zu sagen und zu tun ist

  • Wie man mit unterschiedlichen Personengruppen arbeitet

  • Umgang mit Mitgefühlsmüdigkeit

  • Nächste Schritte zur Implementierung von TRY in Ihrer Community

  • Hat ein Trauma erlebt

  • Kümmert sich um jemanden, der ein Trauma erlebt hat 

  • Arbeitet professionell, um Traumata zu beraten

  • Will das eigene Wissen rund um Trauma, Selbstregulation, Meditation und Affirmation, Atem und Bewegung vertiefen

  • Praktiziert oder unterrichtet Yoga und möchte ihre Fähigkeiten in traumasensiblem Yoga erweitern

Stipendien für Humanitäre

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The Schedule

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Class & Workshop Descriptions

Trauma Recovery Yoga

Trauma Recovery Yoga (TRY) is an all-levels class, great for beginners and experienced yogis alike. The TRY Method intentionally weaves together different mind-body tools like meditation, affirmations, breath work visualization and movement, to stimulate the vagus nerve, work with neuroplasticity and bring balance back into the brain and body.

Kids Yoga Class

Created for kids but fun for all ages, this quicker paced mat sequence offers an opportunity for emotional connection and regulation. It is also the loudest yoga you will ever “try”! Participants are assigned affirmations and encouraged to call them out verbally through the practice. Closing with a humming technique, this class is based in science and psychology that also fosters vagal toning.

Ages 6-12 

Chair Yoga Class

For all levels of mobility, anyone can participate, and because of the accessibility of these postures, they can be practiced at the office, in the car, at home, etc. This class emphasizes more movement in the upper body, which helps relieve tension in the neck and shoulders. Some other benefits include vagal toning, stress relief, self-regulation, calming of the nervous system, better sleep, and elevated mood. 

Self-Regulation for Resilience

This active meditation is the foundation of all TRY practices, and is for people of all levels of experience. Sitting down and laying, participants will be guided through a simple meditation that helps regulate the mind and body. It's a quick and effective way to feel calm, centered and grounded in your body.

Demystifying Mental Health & Therapy

3 Workshops will include:

  • Three Main Bases for Better Mental Health

  • Myths About Psychology vs. Reality

  • Overview of Psychotherapy Sessions

Community Initiatives by Youth Speak Volunteers

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Stress Management

In this workshop, participants will learn about the basics of how stress and trauma may impact their brains and bodies. They'll then learn some practical tools to calm themselves, including trauma-informed breathing techniques and meditations. But that's not all! They'll also get access to these practices so they can practice on their own, after the festival.

Body Scan Meditation

In this brief meditation, participants will be guided on a journey throughout their body, strengthening their mind-body connection and feeling fully relaxed. Participants will have access to this meditation to practice after the festival as well!

Stipendien für Humanitäre

Meet Your Yoga Teachers

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Zainab

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Sipal

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Osama

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Shamal

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Tasneem

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Nareen

Meet the Organizing Partners

TRY Global is a humanitarian organization dedicated to providing accessible, science-based mental health and trauma recovery practices through yoga, breath work, and meditation to build resilience and empower individuals and communities globally. Based in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq, their team focuses on capacity building through TRY teacher trainings, mentorship, workshops and TRY classes.

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Youth Speak believes that young people know best what their communities need and understands that their voices are often marginalized, particularly in times of conflict. Youth Speak brings together youth activists from conflict-affected areas and international partners to support and mentor the ideas of young people into a sustainable reality.  

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M.therapy is a startup that aims to promote mental health awareness and provide mental health services to the community. M.therapy offers various programs and activities to reduce the stigma attached to mental health issues, increase awareness, and bridge the gap in mental health services in the community.

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