Speaking & Events

Free LIVE session with Jane! Embodied Boundaries
Thursday, Sept 14th @ 7pm

Tune in LIVE or download the recording to watch at a later time.

Tap into the wisdom of your body to tell you when a boundary is a must. This experiential workshop will help you spend more time connecting with your embodied YES and your embodied NO by exploring and unpacking what the body knows about boundaries. We will work on getting clear on our body’s wants and needs so that we can begin to communicate them clearly. Jane will share effective body hacks to help you do this in a grounded, courageous and self loving way.

Register HERE

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Metro Toronto Movement for Literacy Conference
Thursday, June 1st, 2017, Toronto, ON

http://mtml.ca/learners-conference/


BC Fire Expo and FCABC Education Summit
Thursday, June 8th, 2017, Vernon, BC

BC Fire Expo and FCABC Education Summit


Female Core & Pelvic Floor
Online Conference
March 1 & 2, 2017

Jane will bring the important dialogue of trauma to this conference. Whether it is childbirth related, or grief that can sometimes come when the fertility years are coming to a close (ie menopause), or any of the other many traumas that can have lasting mental-emotional impact on a woman’s psyche, these can have an impact on wellbeing and physical function. So much so that no matter what physical exercise we may do, if these traumas aren’t acknowledged the physical gains can be minimal, very slow or non-existent. Jane brings levity to this very important topic.

Early bird price until January 31st is $49 CDN plus hst

On February 1st the conference increases to $79 CDN plus hst

Register here


Moving Past Birth Trauma
February 25, 2017, Toronto

A somatic movement workshop to help mothers heal

Nobody expects childbirth to be a breeze, but for some, giving birth is actually a traumatic experience. The definition of trauma is anytime a woman is in her birthing environment and things go drastically different than her plan, and if she feels threatened, unsafe, or violated. Unwanted medical interventions, emergency procedures, dismissive nurses or doctors, and frightening life-threatening moments can and do happen in the delivery room. This can leave new moms with psychological pain alongside the physical discomforts.

Work with Trauma Recovery Coach Jane Clapp and Women’s Pelvic Health expert Nikki Bergen to gain tools for healing in a supportive, non-medicalized community. Learn to reclaim your birth story, connect with other women who can relate, and restore confidence in your body.

Saturday, February 25th 10:00am-2:00pm

Urbanfitt 567 College Street #102, Toronto

$97 plus HST

Register here

 


Creating a Trauma Informed Movement Practice – August 26, 2016, Brooklyn NY

Awakening Healing Centre

Open workshop for yoga practitioners to bring a trauma informed and intelligent approach to their personal practice.


Trauma Healing and Self-Care, October 25, 2016, Red Deer, Alberta

Relationship Inspired Learning

Key Note Speaker “Become Your Own Rescuer: Embracing the Intelligence of your Body to Modify Your Mind”

Break-Out session, “Tools and Strategies for Self-Care and Nervous System Regulation”


Supporting Survivors of Sexual Violence, August 27, 2016, New York

Infusing Your Healing Arts Practice with a Trauma-Informed Lens,

One of 5 speakers, Yoga Shanti Centre


Fire Rescue Canada Conference September 27, 2016, St John’s

Fire Rescue Canada Conference

Canadian Association of Fire Chiefs
“Body Intelligence For Trauma and Mental Health” Break out session


Trauma Talks Conference June 2016, Toronto

Trauma Talks Conference
“Nervous system regulation through body based interventions”, Poster Presentation


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