Free Workshop LIVE online

A new, simpler and functional approach to

being trauma-informed

Holding Safer Spaces

For parents, coaches, teachers, instructors and community members who want to relate in better and easier ways.

*recording available for 7 days

Friday April 12th @ 12pm [AWST]

REGISTER FOR FREE

In this 45 min seminar with Ava Irani you will:

⊙ Transform your ideas about complex and relational trauma

⊙ Realign your behaviours in relationships

⊙ Learn about our fundamental, biological imbalance

⊙ Change your perspective around consent

⊙ Clear a path for creating safety for ourselves and others

⊙ Learn how to apply the New Paradigm of Healing

⊙ Up skill any professional spaces you hold

One our BIGGEST global issues is that healing practices burn us out.

Why is it that we can feel ANXIOUS about being trauma-informed enough; Scared that the spaces we hold might not be safe, gentle or RIGHT?

Burnt out from helping, caring and supporting?

Take 45 min with me to pause and discern...

How to hold spaces that inherently heal.

A SIMPLER, more intuitive and heart-opening paradigm

Your next steps for holding safe spaces for yourself and others

[This is highly relevant for all community members, whether you are a healer, teacher, parent or not.]

Let's Dive- in!

“I offered healing work for 8 years before burning out and a mental health crisis. The journey out of that dark place brought clarity to so many ingredients that were missing in my offerings, that I never learned from my YTT’s or teachers. Through studying the intersection of spirituality and complex trauma, I've healed my capacity and nervous system, transformed my business and perfected my relationships... My personal and professional spaces fuel me with so much energy, instead of draining.”

Ava Irani, teacher.

Kind words from our last free workshop

Take a short pause for yourself and join us in this inspiring training.

Join us for FREE & LIVE or to receive the recording .

Live is best!

You will be held accountable and receive benefits of the group field