Trauma-Informed Sequencing, Languaging & Facilitation (Module Four) is the second of two Facilitation Modules in the Collective Resilience certification sequence. Unlike the Foundations Modules, which primarily focus on foundational frameworks and broad understanding of concepts, the Facilitation Modules dive deep into the practicalities of facilitating trauma-informed classes, sequences, and spaces.
Module Four is a comprehensive, holistic immersion into appropriate trauma-informed sequencing and languaging as it relates to groups and individuals in various nervous system states. Through discussion, small & large group work, and case studies, it equips participants to utilize frameworks and tools such as developmental movement, the kosha system, trauma-informed languaging, and accessible asana to support self-regulation through trauma-informed classes for a wide variety of students.
- Inclusive sequencing and accessibility in asana
- Sequencing for grounding, centering, orientation, and breath
- Sequencing for different nervous system and emotional states
- Trauma-informed languaging
- Trauma-informed sequencing in group settings
- Developmental movement in relation to trauma-informed facilitation and sequencing
- The kosha system of yoga in facilitation and sequencing
Kyra Haglund (she/her), LCSW, SEP, E-RYT500 is a yoga teacher, clinical social worker, Somatic Experiencing practitioner, and activist. She lived and studied holistic arts & cultural anthropology extensively in India and Nepal and completed her graduate studies in social work from the University of Southern California, focusing on mental health, military social work, family systems, and public policy. She is also certified in Somatic Experiencing, a mind-body modality that works directly with the nervous system to relieve and resolve symptoms of trauma.
RW Alves (she/they), C-IAYT, SEP, E-RYT 500, is a social justice educator, certified yoga therapist, yoga teacher trainer, and Somatic Experiencing Practitioner based in Seattle. She specializes in teaching about body positivity, body liberation, inclusive languaging and teaching, trauma-informed yoga, nervous system resilience, accessible asana, justice, privilege, and spiritual practice. RW serves as Faculty for Off the Mat, Into the World and The Yoga Service Conference, teaches trauma-informed yoga through a social justice lens with Collective Resilience, and is a co-founder and trainer for Bending Towards Justice, which provides anti-oppression, equity, and social justice trainings for yoga teachers and practitioners around the country. She is a contributor to the Yoga Service Council’s forthcoming book on Best Practices in Yoga for Addiction and Recovery. Learn more at
Module Four is the final Facilitation Module in Collective Resilience’s certification sequence. Unlike the Foundations Modules, which primarily focus on foundational frameworks and broad understanding of concepts, the Facilitation Modules dive deep into the practicalities of facilitating trauma-informed classes, sequences, and spaces.
Ingrained in all Collective Resilience trainings is the understanding that systemic patterns of trauma, privilege, marginalization, and oppression (such as poverty, racism, ableism, and homophobia among others) must be addressed in order to cultivate healing for all individuals.
Trauma-Informed Sequencing, Languaging & Facilitation | Online Live Stream
Kyra Haglund & RW Alves
Dec 3-6, 2020
8:30 am - 2:30 pm PDT / 11:30 am - 5:30 EDT / 4:30 pm - 10:30 pm BST (includes an hour lunch break)
Supporter | $400 (support others as well as yourself)
Sustainer | $325 (pays for yourself)
Community | $250 (discounted)
Partial scholarships are available. Recipients will receive 50% off of the Sustainer rate ($162.50). Please click here to apply:
2020 Dates for the Complete Collective Resilience Training (Thursday - Sunday)
Module 2 (Hala Khouri & RW Alves) | Oct 7 - Oct 11
Module 3 (Kyra Haglund & RW Alves) | Nov 11 - Nov 15
Module 4 (Kyra Haglund & RW Alves) | Dec 2 - Dec 6
Modules 1 & 2 can be taken in either order (1 and then 2, or 2 and then 1).
Modules 3 & 4 must be taken in order (3 and then 4).
The prerequisites for Module 3 are completion of both 1 & 2 + completion of a 200hr Yoga Teacher Training or equivalent (the latter to be approved by Collective Resilience).
Module 4 is open to those who have completed Modules 1 -3.
Basic Certification in Trauma-Informed Yoga Fundamentals: Completion of Modules 1 & 2.
Intermediate Certification in Trauma-Informed Yoga Certification: Completion of Modules 1-4.
Attendance Live attendance is mandatory in order to receive certification. For single modules, you may miss up to two hours (or one half day) of a 20 hour training and still receive a certificate of completion.
Continuing Education SQF provides 20 hours of non-contact CE credit with Yoga Alliance.
Select Recordings will be available for one week following the end of the training.
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