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Nov 10, 2020 | ISBN 9781623175344

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“Our world is saturated with trauma. Often this trauma remains unspoken and unacknowledged. Those of us who can notice and articulate this trauma still struggle to experience a sense of space and choice as we attempt to experience liberation from it. Embodied Healing offers this liberatory healing from an authentic place of compassion and gentleness rooted in the many years of tried and true Trauma Center Trauma-Sensitive Yoga research and pedagogy. This is a book that accompanies you on the journey back to balance, wholeness, and agency.” 
—Lama Rod Owens, author of Love and Rage

“Time and again, Jenn Turner has offered thoughtful perspectives that land in a deeply meaningful and practical way. This book is no exception. Through this compilation of diverse voices, from case examples to personal experiences, the reader is able to experience, explore, and integrate themes of TCTSY. Anyone interested in body-forward approaches to healing trauma will benefit from reading these collected works. A wonderful addition to the literature on trauma treatment.”
—Jennifer West, PhD, trauma specialist and author of “Moving to Heal”

“Jenn Turner’s understanding of trauma, and the centrality of the role of survivors embodying their own liberation, is a compassionate and complete thread through this book. Each essay takes us into a facet of the many faces of healing in all its forms and possibilities. A powerful and timely read that will expand the notion of trauma, healing, and recovery.” 
—Susanna Barkataki, speaker, trainer, yoga culture advocate and author of Embrace Yoga’s Roots

“Psychotherapist Turner collects 20 revealing essays about trauma-centered trauma-sensitive yoga (TCTSY) in this discerning anthology.”
Publishers Weekly

“Using yoga and the power of movement as a much-needed counterpoint to talk-therapy in the treatment of trauma, TCTSY is beautifully captured in this engaging project.”
—Matt Sutherland, Foreword Reviews

“A seminal body of work that is especially and unreservedly recommended for community, college, and university library Neuropsychology, Psychopathology, and Post-traumatic Stress Disorder collections and supplemental curriculum reading lists.” 
—Midwest Book Review

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