Learn to create safer journey spaces for a healthier, happier world.







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Why Plant Medicines?

Over the last decade, psychedelic plant medicines have become popularized as a profound source of healing for our modern ailments.


The reasons people choose to work with psychedelic plant medicines are diverse — physical, psychological, and emotional healing, ancestral clearing, spiritual insight, and more.


Unfortunately, as more people seek out these healing tools, more and more people are having adverse reactions, leaving them further from the healing they seek.


We envision a world where everyone who both facilitates and participates in these journey spaces is trauma-informed, creating a safer, healthier, and happier world for all.


During this masterclass, we’ll be exploring and answering one primary question:


How can we, together, minimize the potential dangers of psychedelics while leveraging their maximum benefits?

What You Will Learn

  • How to assess who will benefit from plant medicines

    Plant medicines aren’t for everyone, and they’re not for anyone all the time. Learn how to determine who will benefit from psychedelics and when.

  • Trauma-informed approaches to ceremony facilitation

    Not all ceremony and journey spaces are created equal. Learn the nuances of what makes a safer container for deeper, lasting healing.

  • The essentials of sustainable integration

    Ultimately, Life is the real ceremony and post-journey integration is key to long-lasting transformation. Learn how to create an environment of enduring growth and resilience for the people you serve.

  • And so much more!

Ticket Price: $25.00


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About Your Presenters

Aurianna Joy is a somatic leadership coach, embodiment mentor, and trauma resolution educator who guides individuals on the delicate path of cultivating aliveness and living a life free from trauma.


Using her 15 years of personal inner work and spiritual growth combined with 10 years of professional experience in the healing arts, she weaves an intricate web of healing and remembering for those in devotion to their path of Becoming.

Will Rezin is a mystic, philosopher, somatic coach & trainer, and trauma integration specialist who guides individuals on the often mystical and winding journey of waking up to their own aliveness.


Will integrates 21 years of inner work, esoteric inquiry, and cultural research with 13 years of professional experience in the healing arts. Everything Will does supports his personal mission to end human suffering, and his professional mission to bring trauma-informed care into the mainstream so that it can be available to everyone who needs it, without stigma or exclusion.

What People Are Saying

Don't take our word for it, hear it directly from them!

"In the world of plant medicine ceremonies, there are many different approaches to holding space, but not all are truly trauma-informed for the differently-regulated nervous systems of non-indigenous and Western participants. Having an understanding of the physiology of trauma and the nervous system is crucial for this, and Aurianna and Will do an incredible job tailoring this information for the plant medicine community. This workshop covers the entirety of the healing container and offers practical tools and knowledge for supporting people from start to finish.  Everyone who supports or guides others in psychedelic medicine journeys will benefit from this workshop."

Melissa Stangl | Founding Partner 

Soltara Healing Center, Costa Rica

“It was so refreshing to have an honest conversation about trauma-informed practices for plant medicine facilitators. Not only is this an important conversation so we can be well equipped for those we serve, but also so we can ensure that as space holders we have the tools to approach our work with well nourished, regulated nervous systems. This workshop with Aurianna and Will reaffirmed my commitment to first approaching myself through a trauma-informed lens so that I can carry that forward when I hold space for others. I appreciate them for sharing their perspectives on careful screening, stabilization tools, how to proceed when mistakes are made, and especially for sharing a vision of a future where all plant medicine facilitators are trauma-informed. This is a much needed discussion.”

Kendra Birdsall | Ayahuasca Facilitator

Soltara Healing Center, Costa Rica

"The simple, yet effective teachings of this workshop have been incredibly valuable in bringing in new ways of experiencing and relating through a trauma-informed lens. Peering into the great labyrinth of the psyche is no small undertaking and, therefore, it deserves to be held with the careful aid of those that are versed and competent in the most prevalent practices and theories that have emerged out of the holistic and therapeutic professional communities in modern times."

Todd Roberts | Ayahuasca Facilitator 

Soltara Healing Center, Costa Rica

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To promote good professional practice, you are advised to use this training within the boundaries of your professional expertise.  This workshop is designed as continued education and is therefore not a substitute for a professional training program. 


This workshop is not a substitute for medical or psychological services of any kind. The information provided within is meant for educational purposes and is not intended to treat, diagnose, prevent, or cure disease. By registering, you are affirming that you are emotionally stable, in sound psychological health, and personally responsible for all of your own decisions and commitments. The founders of Trauma + Somatics are not responsible for any decisions made as a result of the workshop.

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