Release Inner Conflict
in Psyche & Body
with Amanda Blain


Live Online Workshop
July 31 at 11am – 1:30 pm PST


“The wound is where the light enters you” – Rumi

When it comes to stress and trauma, psyche experts say we do not need to relive the past in order to heal. But we do need to cultivate feelings of safety, stability, and adaptability in our bodies.

But we all know it can be challenging to be fully in our bodies when there’s a conflict or an inner critic lashing out in our minds.

What if you no longer battled with that inner critic, but instead accessed this aspect of yourself as a messenger trying to bring your hidden needs into your conscious awareness?

If you’re ready to flip the script on inner conflict, then check out this upcoming trauma-informed training, Releasing Inner Conflict in Your Psyche & Body.


Here’s what you’ll explore:

You will not be asked to share uncomfortable stories with the group. This is an informative, introspective journey that respects your needs for privacy and feeling safe.

Taming the Inner Critic
Your inner critic is trying to bring your subconscious beliefs and unconscious needs into your conscious awareness. Learn to discern the underlying messages of the inner critic so you can meet your evolutionary needs.

Releasing Resistance and Shame
We often resist, judge, and shame our thoughts, emotions, and sensations in our bodies. Learn techniques used by world-leading experts in body-centered therapy to release these stagnating energies for stress reduction and trauma healing.

Neuroception and Healing
Neuroception allows you to detect danger/safety. Extreme stress and trauma impair this sense, causing us to feel contracted when there is no immediate threat, and causing us to shut down when we want to feel open. Retrain your neuroception to help you show up in life by your own volition.

Primal Vinyasa®
Experience a customized Primal Vinyasa® for releasing inner conflict.


This workshop is customized to meet the needs of each participant.
It will be recorded and made available for those who cannot attend live.


This workshop is guided by Amanda Blain, who is educated in trauma-informed therapeutic approaches by the National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine and in sensorimotor and somatic approaches to stress reduction and trauma healing. She is also a functional and therapeutic movement coach and Yoga Alliance registered teacher certified in Primal Vinyasa® and Tantric Hatha.



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“I was quite nervous as I wasn’t exactly sure what to expect, but from the moment I walked in the door, Amanda’s demeanor and calming presence put me at ease. She would constantly remind us that where we are at in the present moment was okay. I gained so much from being open to learning and sharing without fear of judgment. Amanda has a passion for teaching and helping others that is apparent to anyone who meets her even once. It is more than just a job for her, it is her passion. She truly cares about people.”
-Vanessa Kunz, Broomfield, CO


“I am so grateful I took the Energetics of Relationship workshop. In just 2 hours I was able to access parts of myself that I have never been able to access. I felt the freedom to experience whatever came up without judgment. Amanda is an amazing guide, helping me access the parts of me that are dying to come out. I felt safe, loved, and supported. I now have so much more insight into myself and my relationship.”
-Katie Janecko, Chicago, IL


“Amanda uses a holistic approach in an incredibly gentle and non-intimidating way. She really has a gift for helping people connect with their inner self! Her classes are amazing – they’ve helped me transform the triggers that kept showing up in my life, allowing me to better connect with myself and understand the subconscious beliefs that were controlling me. I’m now able to catch my patterns more quickly and cultivate a different experience in my mind and body.”
-Dain Lewis, Boulder, CO


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