The Trauma Informed Mind Body (TIMBo) program addresses the issue of chronic stress and trauma by targeting the foundational root causes of stress and traumatic stress in the body. Chronic stress and traumatic stress are worldwide epidemics leading to many psychological, behavioral, social and medical problems. The TIMBo program is an accessible and effective intervention for improved mental, emotional, social and physical health that can be refined to serve many different communities that face these issues.
By the time we are adults, most of us have experienced chronic stress or traumatic life events. Sometimes our emotions get stuck on “high” and are easily triggered. Or we may try to shut off some of our emotions altogether. Stress and trauma can build up in our bodies, causing emotions to get lodged there and blocking us from our own inner experiences. We may have symptoms such as anxiety, depression, or other stress responses, all of which can limit us or reduce our ability to make good choices about our health, habits, relationships, and behaviors.
The TIMBo program explores how and where emotions manifest in the body, and combines simple yoga-like movements, relaxation breathing, and guided meditation to help balance the nervous system and integrate new insights.
Faraja will be hosting a TIMBo seminar on Thursday 17th March from 10am to 11am at the wellness center. The seminar will be conducted by trained therapist Elizabeth Whelan.
We have limited slots available, book your space today by either replying to this email or calling 0727529287.
Also note there is no parking available at Cancer care and participants are requested to park at MP Shah Hospital.