Overcoming Trauma

Use neuroplasticity skills to overcome physical or emotional trauma.

Use this short program at your own pace. I invite you to listen to all three recordings and our Q&A replay calls. If you wish, join our ROCK STEADY Facebook group to share your insights.

Meet Sara, our private therapy companion for this short program.

Listen and reflect on how you can learn alongside Sara:

Where are you on your path?

  • I am ready and willing to feel through this
  • I don’t need to fix, analyse, or understand sensations/feelings
  • Feeling the trauma pattern in my body, does not mean I need to revisit the memory
  • The dark uncomfortable places guide me toward my inner power and pleasure
  • Where there is resistance and fear, there is a space for me to get curious
  • I am learning to hold myself, support myself through tender moments
    (inclunding feeling stuck, confused, hopeless and ashamed)

Let’s create a safe space for the difficult feelings, thoughts, sensations and emotions that may arise after physical or emotional trauma. I invite you to:

:: Journal during or after each of Sara’s sessions. What can you relate to?

:: Ask your body for consent; talk with your body before you do things in daily life. How does your embodied ‘YES’ and ‘NO’ feel? When you feel ready, try using the body scan to gently access safe and simple sensations of pleasure in your daily life. Let your body teach you what it needs to feel safe. Take this exploration slowly.

:: Give yourself permission to redesign your inner world in your own way.

:: Notice areas of your body that seek your support. How can you hold this part of yourself with loving kindness?

Group Q&A Call Replays

July 28th, 2021: listen to or read transcript
May 17th, 2022: listen to or read transcript

(Take your time to absorb all of this information, and take notes if you wish.
These are both 2-hour calls.)

For further support on sitting quietly using a Vedic Meditation approach to releasing clutter and trauma patterns, take a look at these sites below.

My friend and colleague, Celia, offers gentle and practical vedic teachings via zoom:

For global teachers, look here:


Take some time to watch this interview. Reflect on how this conversation resonates with you.