Theama Life School
What It Is
Theama Life School is a branch of our organization that focuses on teaching people how to develop a healthy, vital, integrated relationship with themselves and to use that relationship to build strong healthy relationships with others. You will spend far more time with yourself then anyone else and your relationship with yourselves is the foundation of all other relationships.
Most people spend a huge amount of energy criticizing themselves, struggling with bad habits or aggressively trying to destroy the parts of themselves they don’t like. A core principle of Life School courses is that we all have many parts and all of our parts have purpose and value. When you understand your core needs and wounds, you can integrate all your parts and find peace, power and harmony within yourself.
How It Works
Most Life School classes are taught live online, but we are currently building out self-directed versions of our courses which can be done in a non-synchronous format for those who prefer to work at their own pace. Once you create an account you will be able to register for any of our Open Access courses. The Live Courses are taught on Zoom by one of our incredible instructors.
Our instructors are all highly experienced and deeply grounded. They are especially skilled at creating a warm and safe environment for students to reflect, share, and grow.
Recommended First Steps
The Series entitled “Whole Self Thriving” is a great starting point because it covers the foundational teachings. It offers dozens of experiential activities and practices to ground the information and make it your own.
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Whole Self Thriving Series Course 1, Classes 1-6 (May 2 - June 6 Session)
If you have ever felt stuck repeating emotional patterns and behaviors that cause you unhappiness, this course is for you. Our body’s natural responses to crises can create deeply seated emotional patterns that make us feel trapped in unhealthy reactions to stress. In this course you will learn how to recognize and change the way your body and mind react to stress by identifying the core values and needs that underlie those reactions. This course includes a cutting-edge model of the relationship between the sympathetic nervous system and emotional coping strategies created by Dr. Lucille Isadora Tures. This model is exclusively used in the course taught through Theama Institute. These courses are designed to be accessible to beginners however, due to the novel approach to the topic those with an in-depth understanding of trauma theory, polyvagal theory, non-violent communication, internal family system, etc. may also benefit from this material. Class Dates & Time: May 2 - June 6, Tuesdays 8pm-9:30 EST