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How Yoga Fusion understands Trauma & Healing

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Framing Concepts

Yoga Fusion aims at exploring healing methodologies to address individual and social trauma in post-conflict contexts. It is therefore fundamental to contextualize trauma and healing processes. Trauma Trauma is a very complex concept that evolved significantly over time, and it is evolving still together with new forms of violence and warfare. Yoga Fusion considers mainly man-made traumas. Hence, the contextualization of trauma for Yoga Fusion starts from Bettelheim’s definition of ‘extreme traumatization’ in 1943 that for the […]

Yoga and War Trauma? Find out more

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Framing Concepts

“Yoga has been assessed in several PTSD groups, including Vietnam-war veterans, tsunami survivors and case reports from 9/11 survivors.” “Yoga is a nonpharmalogical remedy which has been used to help in managing trauma related to (i) natural disasters, (ii) combat and terrorism, (iii) interpersonal violence, and (iv) being incarcerated in a correctional facility.” Find out more