• 20-22 MAR & 17-19 APR • 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM • LED BY JO BUICK • FROM $995 •
Learn from Jo Buick in this 50hr training course is for yoga teachers, educators, clinicians and others who may be interested in integrating trauma-informed and mental health aware mindfulness, somatic and yoga-based practices into their existing or future work with young people.
50hr Training - Youth Yoga & Mindfulness
Lead by Jo Buick.
This training weaves together embodied trauma-informed frameworks (including polyvagal theory and developmental trauma theory), youth mental health awareness, anti-oppressive pedagogies and intercultural practice along with mindfulness, creative arts and yoga-based practices that are appropriate for young people aged between 12 and 25 years.
This 50hr course offers:
- A foundational framework of embodied wellbeing for young people, based on evidence-informed research from developmental neurobiology, attachment theory, neuroscience, critical pedagogy, yoga and somatics;
- Trauma-informed and mental health-aware mindfulness, yoga and somatic practices;
- Anti-oppressive and decolonising approaches to pedagogy, course design and facilitation;
- Restorative and embodied mindfulness practices designed specifically for young people;
- Embodied facilitation skills, including youth group facilitation skills, somatic boundary work, dynamic group agreement frameworks, managing challenging behaviours, and co-regulation and self-attunement practices that are specific to working with young people; and
- A supportive framework for designing and delivering youth-focused programs for individuals and groups.
- 6 x Full Days, split over two 3 day modules.
- 8am – 5.00pm each day
- Friday 20th - Sunday 22nd March AND
- Friday 17th - Sunday 19th April
- Early Bird Special: $995 (until 30th November 2019)
- Full Investment: $1,150 (after 30th November 2019, until 19th March 2020)
Payment plans available.
10% of all proceeds (not profits) directed towards ‘paying the rent’ as a donation to Seed Mob, Australia’s first Indigenous Youth Climate Network.
Green Monday Studios, Carlton, Melbourne
Images provided by Jo Buick