What is TIY?
TIY - Trauma Informed Yoga
“Trauma-informed yoga is a specialist branch of yoga which helps people recover from the impact of trauma on the body, brain, emotions and sense of self. The first stage is focused on creating safety, learning to manage difficult emotions and beginning to address trauma-related patterns,” she says.
"The second stage processes trauma held in the body, discharges survival responses and releases unresolved emotions. The final stage involves integration – reflecting on the recovery journey and planning for the next steps.
Who I trained with?
What Rosanne offers from her TIY training?
I teach people how to cultivate a compassionate relationship with an embodied Self, to feel safe in our bodies. Through a wholesome, spiritual, embodied, therapeutic approach; practices including Trauma Sensitive Yoga, Reiki, meditation, journaling and sound healing. I wish for you to find this and feel good in yourself too; to build a healthy relationship with your mind, body and soul; a wholesome connection to your Authentic Self.
My intention is to help people feel safe in their bodies and create a wholesome relationship with Self! My biggest hope for you is that within time you may be able to quieten down the inner critical voice so that you get to know all parts of you that make you -YOU, approach fear with compassion and courage, so that you feel safe, present in your own body and have the freedom to be authentically yourself to live with compassion.
I offer you a trauma sensitive approach to find your embodied authentic Self.
A space to be curious to explore mind and body without judgement; to build a healthy relationship with your mind, body and soul.
An invitation to cultivate an awareness and understanding of mind, soul, emotional intelligence, energy, internal work that can be accessed through the body.
A compassionate, embodied approach.
Online classes, workshops, courses
In person community classes
Tibetan Singing bowls workshops
Trauma Sensitive Yoga
Learn to take these lessons off the mat; a process of translating it into your daily life. Yoga practice may start on the mat, but the benefits follow us off the mat in to our daily lives.
-- Rosanne --
I take regular one to one Yoga sessions with Rosanne and have absolutely loved them. Being able to go through positions slowly and work on my technique without the distraction of a full class has been invaluable for my yoga development. As well as her training and knowledge,Rosannes open and warm personality ensures every session is relaxed and fun: this is something that has definitely contributed to my steady progression.