Trauma-Informed Yoga & Art Therapy (TIYAT)
for building healthy self and family relationships
Dive into the wounds hidden in you from creation & body-mind connection with love. Discover the part verbally hidden from you.
With the power of community, we explore different topics to deepen the understanding of the work.
Free resources hub for you to heal daily. You can access all the tools for taking care your well-being.
Inner Bliss Retreats
We explore, play with our inner child through movement, creative activities, mindfulness practise.
I believe deep inside us, there is this childhood version of ourselves holding the unsolved emotions there. The child inside us is waiting for us to talk, hug and show love. And doing that, helps us to integrate the inner child into our adult selves, leading to greater emotional well-being and fulfilment. Our child loves to play, move and create, that's what makes TIYAT one of the greatest ways in connecting. It allows us to access and process their emotions in a non-verbal way. And also it can help to integrate the body and mind, which can be helpful in addressing unresolved emotional issues that may be stored in the body. This integration can lead to a sense of wholeness and well-being
I am Sze, a Hong Kong immigrat living in Europe. I am a registered art psychotherapist, CYT500 Yoga Instructor, mindfulness and meditation practitionar, aromatherapist and sound healer. I believe in all these creative elements in healing and I am passionate in spreading that power for more people to know.
TIYAT is for ...
In general, trauma-informed yoga & art therapy can be beneficial for anyone who is looking to better understand and heal their emotional self, and improve their overall well-being.
But especially for individuals who have:
Had difficult or unstable childhoods for their relationship
Unresolved emotional issues that are affecting their adult lives
Struggle with self-esteem or self-worth
Difficulty forming healthy relationships in their parent-child relationship
Experienced emotional pain or mental health concerns
Monica | Taiwan