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Finding yourself after trauma

May 21, 2022 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

27 Shiloh Rd, #7, Billings MT


Take your life back from your trauma!

When we experience trauma, our minds and bodies get stuck in a state of dysregulation. As an act of self-protection, memories of the trauma are held inside us until we process and release them. 


Trauma manifests in a multitude of ways:


  • You feel a sense of anger, worry, despair, or fear, and not know why. 

  • You feel you have lost your sense of self.

  • You struggle to concentrate, to sleep, to work.

  • You have a sense of shame in the person that you are. 

  • You have a tendency to take on the struggles of others. 

  • You struggle to maintain a healthy diet – either consuming too much or too little food.

  • You find it difficult to trust others, making it challenging to form friendships and intimate relationships, or to accept support when you need it. 

  • You fear conflict, or you seek out conflict and power over others. 

  • You have a pattern of unhealthy relationships. 

  • You struggle with unspecified pain and ongoing health struggles.


Often, what we believe is unmanageable emotions and toxic behavior is actually unresolved trauma. If you address the trauma, you resolve the conditions that manifested from the trauma that was hidden in your body and mind. 

In this 4-hour workshop, you will learn foundational information to begin a journey of freedom from trauma. We provide a guided introduction to trauma in a safe, judgment-free environment. 



Saturday, May 21, 2022




27 Shiloh Rd Suite 7

Inside Limber Tree Yoga and Wellness

Billings, Montana

What to expect

  • Learn what trauma is, and how it shows up in your life

  • Find balance for yourself and others in your relationships

  • Gain practical tools you can begin using right away to regulate your body and mind

  • Define cultural buzzwords such as boundaries, codependency, and mindfulness 

  • Have hope that healing and freedom from trauma is possible

  • Feel empowered to love those who have hurt you from a safe distance

  • Attain greater awareness of who you are and what space you take up in the world

  • Be empowered to step boldly into that space

  • Connect with others who are dedicated to personal growth and healing

  • Leave feeling centered, clear, inspired, and ready to dive deeper


Rain Flowers


Without boundaries there is no YOU.

Boundaries determine where you end and other people begin. In enmeshed family systems or codependent relationships there are few, if any, boundaries. When we learn how to extract ourselves from codependency, we achieve interdependence – a balance of self and others so we can connect in safe, meaningful ways. 


In order to love yourself and be loved by others, you must first know who you are. In order to know who you are, you must establish boundaries – you must clearly define the space you occupy in the world, and you must give yourself permission to reside in that space. 


Are you ready to begin your journey to healing from trauma? 



Workshop includes:


  • Training and facilitation by specialized trauma instructors

  • Visualization and meditation exercises

  • Printed educational materials including 15 Stages of Freedom from Toxic Relationships

  • Wellness gift bag

  • Snacks, water, and tea

Need to know


  • Folding chairs will be available, but feel free to bring your own comfy camp chair if you’d prefer.

  • Wear comfortable clothes

  • Be ready for a day of introspection and connection.

We can’t wait to spend the afternoon with you!

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Heather McAbee

Certified Repatterning Practitioner

Shifting Sands Holistic Healing

Heather is dedicated to helping people discover their inner worth, uncover the root cause of current challenges, release and clear unconscious beliefs that continuously compel people to create and/or repeat the habits that cause pain and suffering. By releasing these patterns we can achieve the most fulfilled, centered and most extraordinary version of ourselves.

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Sara Beth Wald

Boundaries & Trauma Coach

Founder, Redefining Love

Sara is the founder of Redefining Love, a healing framework that honors the struggle of deep caring, and empowers us to prioritize our own mental health within our loving relationships. She believes in the healing power of truth telling, and teaches how to set boundaries with love and grace. Sara is passionate about holding space for trauma survivors and walking through their stories to the healing that is possible on the other side.

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Client Success Stories

Renee, Montana

Sara has such ease and compassion when working with you on identifying your own feelings and considering someone else as well. She can help you learn how to advocate for yourself, set healthy boundaries for yourself and respect others.

Jen, Montana

I absolutely love working with Heather!  Heather helps you get a more in-depth understanding of why you are feeling badly, why you stay focused on negatives about yourself and why you stay stuck in that. Those ‘why’s’ might surprise you — coming from a deeper place than you even know.

We are thrilled you have chosen to spend your afternoon with us at Anchor:  Finding Yourself After Trauma

Space is limited to 15 participants, minimum of 5 is required.

Invest in yourself today for only $199!

Registration is easy - simply complete the form and click 'Save My Spot!'  You will receive a Welcome email containing instructions for Group Work and payment information.


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