Here's what you'll learn
Trauma is often described as anything that is "too much, too fast or too soon" for our nervous system to metabolize. It makes sense then, that healing is initiated on a different path – slow, titrated and tiny.
In this course, you’ll learn an evidence-based method of behavior change to help you wire in tiny but mighty healing practices to support your nervous system in feeling safer and more regulated in as little as 30 seconds a day.
Learn how trauma impacts the body and mind and why starting small is one of the best ways to create lasting transformation.
Learn the most common myths and misconceptions about habit formation and why your attempts at sticking to healthy habits may have failed in the past.
Learn tiny, practical and instantly applicable mind-body practices to kickstart your healing journey and support your nervous system in feeling safer.
Aloha. I'm Liz.
A somatic trauma coach and Tiny Habits coach.
In the aftermath of several traumatic events in my life, I struggled with symptoms of PTSD and was later diagnosed with panic disorder and agoraphobia. Out of necessity, I learned about trauma’s neurobiological impact on the body and mind and discovered somatic practices that allowed me to heal, prosper and thrive.
I became a certified Tiny Habits coach, trained by Stanford Behavior scientist and New York Times best-selling author of Tiny Habits, Dr. BJ Fogg. Combining somatic work with the science of behavior change has allowed me to empower my clients with practical tools and evidence-based practices to take meaningful action toward their wellbeing and healing.