compassionate style, backed by her keen intellect and wisdom is unique. Her training skills are unparalleled.”
Esta Soler, President, Futures Without Violence (formerly Family Violence Prevention Fund)
In these seminars you will learn:
- How stress affects your nervous system and body
- Easy, simple stress reduction/wellness practices that work
- How to recognize and respond to the early
signs of chronic stress
to create a sense of ease and spaciousness in your life
- The latest research on how mindfulness practices support resiliency and structual intergration
in the brain
Format: Experiential, didactic and skill building.
Fees: $75 a month
Where: North Berkeley, near North Berkeley BART Station
About Sue Martin:
Sue Martin, MA, REAT, author of Using the Body’s Wisdom to Heal Trauma, has over thirty years experience teaching in academic and professional settings, including as faculty member at John
F. Kennedy University, the Sonoma State University and the Tamalpa Institute. Sue's life-long work has been to further
practices that enhance wellness while reducing and healing trauma and chronic stress.
Sue, a graduate of Stanford University (1976), received her master’s
degree in Psychology from University of California at Sonoma State (2001) and is trained in movement and somatic approaches
to wellness (Continuum, Somatic Experiencing and Sensorimotor Processing), attachment/relational rupture repair (AEDP), somatic
based spirituality (Diamond Heart/Ridhwan) and the use of creativity in healing (Tamalpa Institute). She has taught throughout
the United States.
are an amazing teacher. Please keep teaching.”
Graduate Student, John F. Kennedy University
For more information and to register: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 510 649-3056. Individual
sessions are also available.