Episode Description

I am excited to welcome back Marina Yanay-Triner to the podcast this week.

Marina is a transformational and compassionate somatic coach with ten years of experience in dialogue group facilitation, working with Israeli and Palestinian conflict transformation through dialogue. She also worked at the Jerusalem rape crisis center, where she facilitated dialogue on gender, sexuality, and sexual assault. In addition, she also worked as a Health Coach, helping women to transform their health and relationship with food

Marina engages her clients in the compassionate awareness of their trauma, how it has led to their life circumstances, and what is standing in the way of them experiencing complete joy. She draws on somatic, body-based practices, inner child work, breathwork, somatic meditation, and more in her career as a trauma-aware coach.

In this episode, we discuss triggers and Marina helps us to understand what triggers are, how to get to the uncomfortable place to process triggers, having the power to work through triggers as they happen, and we find out about her upcoming course.

Enjoy the episode, and a special thank you to my listeners for joining me on this journey. Stay tuned and keep listening.

About The Author

Marlene McConnell

Marlene McConnell is an author, podcast host, self-love teacher and trauma survivor. She believes that trauma recovery is accessible to everyone, and that it starts with the acknowledgement that something has happened to you combined with a willingness to heal. McConnell’s book was inspired by the realization that she touched many lives by sharing her story at a support group. Her message of hope not only resonated with the survivors, but also with the family members and friends who supported them at the group sessions. Marlene is also an attorney who holds B.Proc, LLB and LLM law degrees. She loves travel, Pilates, nature, learning new languages, and good food.