Trauma Centre-Trauma Sensitive Yoga Training - Location

Trauma Centre-Trauma Sensitive Yoga Training - Location

from 380.00

We are offering a self-determined way to invest in the training. The scale is based on your self-determined access to resources, privilege, & social capital. In your self-determination, please consider your positionality of privilege. You are encouraged to self-assess your positionality based on aspects of your personhood that do, or do not, grant you privilege/access to social capital e.g. race, gender & sexual identity, socio-economic status, educational background, able-bodied-ness, etc.

Investment:
Abundant Access to Resources: $440
Sufficient Access to Resources: $410
Limited Access to Resources: $380
*The value of the training is $440

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When:
Friday April 26, 2019. 5pm-8pm
Saturday April 27, 2019. 9am-4pm
Sunday April 28 2019. 9am-4pm

*Please note this includes a 1 hour lunch break and breaks throughout the day.

Location: 102 Spray Ave, Banff, AB.  Information can be found by follow the link to YWCA Banff Hotel.  As a registered participant, access a 10% discount for accommodation at the YWCA Banff Hotel. 

Financial Opportunities: 
*If providing a lump sum payment is not accessible for you at this time, payment plans are available. Please contact Nicola with your payment plan schedule which includes dates and amounts of your payments (all payments must be received prior to the course start date).
*One work-study opportunity is available that supports accessing a 50% discount

If you are interested in any of these financial opportunities, please email Nicola at mosleynicki@gmail.com with either:
1. Payment plan schedule with dates and amounts of your payments(all payments must be received prior to the course start date)
2. Your interest in the work-study opportunity.
3. If interested in accessing the full scholarship, please take some time to reflect on and share your circumstances of complexity and how you are working or volunteering to contribute to anti-oppressive and trauma sensitive practices.