Solemarch – a trauma-informed yoga training is a 25-hour weekend training, meant to lay the foundation for teaching more specialized populations, led by Sangeeta Vallabhan.

We live in an incredibly diverse society, with equally diverse life experiences. And how anyone responds to any one type of traumatic experience varies from person to person. There is no wrong way or right way to respond to any stressful event, but how we treat each other and ourselves sometimes requires more care and consideration. After more traumatic experiences, such as rape, war, systemic racism, car accidents, losing a loved one or physical, sexual or verbal abuse, to name only a few, most of us would benefit from a type of yoga or meditation practice that is unlike your typical “open” class. For a traumatized individual, those classes can seem intimidating, alienating, and simply not comforting. In this training, you will learn some methods and concepts of teaching a trauma-informed class. We will explore serving different populations such as rape and domestic violence survivors, veterans, and the military community and communities of color.

This training will include lecture, practicing trauma-informed yoga, and practice teaching sessions.

All sessions will be online and must be attended live. Sessions will not be recorded.


October 16, 6-9pm
Oct 17-18, 10am-2pm
Oct 24-25, 10am-2pm


EARLY BIRD RATE: $350 (ends 9/1)


The Body Keeps the Score, p 265-278

The Body Keeps the Score – Bessel van der Kolk

Trauma & Recovery – Judith Herman

Trauma Sensitive Yoga in Therapy – David Emerson


**We are also offering a BIPOC scholarship for this training. Please submit in writing, in 500-1000 words, “What does studying trauma-informed yoga mean to you? What do you hope to gain from this training?” to Sangeeta at by September 1, 2020. The recipient will be notified by September 8, 2020.



Please register here.


Public: No
Series: Yes
Recurring: Yes
Any Upcoming Streamable? No
Access: This training will be hosted remotely via zoom – sessions will not be recorded. The program is open to all and may be applied toward a 300 Hour Training certificate.