Exploring the healing effects of yoga for trauma in children and youth: the stories of yoga instructors

@inproceedings{Bonnell2016ExploringTH,
  title={Exploring the healing effects of yoga for trauma in children and youth: the stories of yoga instructors},
  author={Sarah Bonnell},
  year={2016}
}
Dr. Daniel Scott, School of Child and Youth Care Supervisor Dr. Marie Hoskins, School of Child and Youth Care Department Member Yoga as a therapeutic modality for treating trauma is currently emerging as an important topic of research with several new studies being produced to analyze its effectiveness on varying populations of traumatized individuals. Research is beginning to demonstrate that individuals who suffer the effects of trauma have often experienced several negative events that… CONTINUE READING

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