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Ashland, Oregon

Elessar Trost

NARM Practitioner and Transformation Guide

Welcome to my bio. May you find what you seek!

Though I graduated college in 2005 with a double major in Chemical Engineering and Biochem, many of my undergrad classes were in Psychology. Around that time I had a disillusionment regarding our global systems. I realized that people didn’t need more technology, but rather a means to operate from the heart. Thus began my spiritual journey, which took me all over the world and then some. Much of my spiritual training is in Tibetan Buddhism, however, the highest teachings are non-sectarian in nature. I work with people of all backgrounds whether it includes a spiritual practice or not.

Though my offerings have been present with me through my whole life, it wasn’t until 2017 that I found an existing evidence-based model for it known as NARM (NeuroAffective Relational Model). Not only did the NARM training fit my intuitions, gained wisdoms, and a general map of the human experience of transformation, but it also helped fill in that map with topographical detail.

The purpose of my practice is to help people recognize, accept, move through, and ultimately transform trauma. This results in feelings of levity, greater freedom of choice, a greater capacity to be present in every moment, and a population with greater coherence between the heart and the mind. I imagine a world where this ability to “come from the heart” is the foundation of a society from which all beings may benefit.

Healing specialties

Intergenerational Trauma
Life Transition
Sexual Abuse/Trauma


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