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YO 442 – Yoga – Modified Poses, Props & Principles

The objective of this class is to offer the proper use of props and modifications as an added skill for the Yoga teacher’s tool box allowing them to offer their gifts to a wider audience of students. This course will provide a firm foundation in the use of props for a variety of postures, including the use of blocks, blankets, straps and yoga chairs. It will also offer guidance in creating classes and sequences for special populations such as seniors, prenatal, as well as crafting classes the focus on beginner, intermediate and advanced students. This class will result in a thorough understanding of how to safely and effectively incorporate props in asana – Safety First – the Essence of Touch – the Transference of Healing Energy. Text: $25 Read More

YO 702 – Yoga – Integral Breath Therapy Practicum

In this practicum you do not lead the client, but rather accompany them on their healing journey. You will facilitate sessions to expand, explore, release and heal on a physical, psychological and emotional level. Upon completion, this method easily integrates into an existing clinical or therapy practice, educational environment or coaching format. Read More

YO 701 – Yoga – Integral Breath Therapy

Integral Breath Therapy (IBT) is a revolutionary body-based modality that uses the breath to explore, heal and integrate the multidimensional aspects of the human psyche, bridging the gap between the conscious and unconscious mind. Facilitators learn how to use the power of this energy therapy to induce a natural trance state to bring dynamic awakenings to their clients and access underlying, unresolved issues at the core. By going underneath, the “story” or repetitive dramas in life, belief systems are revealed along with the reason for their existence. It is an ideal tool for working with somatic issues, addictions recovery, respiratory problems, depression, anxiety, grief and loss, PTSD, anger management, relationship difficulties, weight and body issues, chronic tension and fatigue, personal growth and more. Supplies: $40 Read More

YO 453 – Yoga – Foundations of Ayurveda

Ayurveda means “The Science of Life." It is an ancient system of healing that focuses on the complete person. Ayurveda defines wellness not as “the absence of defined disease," but rather as when all bodily tissues, organs, systems and functions are acting together in a healthy way, and are able to maintain wellness, in spite of potential illness-causing influences. This course will provide an overview of the basic principles of Ayurveda and how they may be used to maintain well being. Read More

YO 457 – Yoga – Therapeutic Postures II

This workshop weekend can be liken to a mini-retreat. Learn how to deeply relax and restore vital energy necessary to living a whole and balanced life. Research has shown that deep relaxation affects us on a genetic level and can have profound and lasting benefits. Deep relaxation boosts the immune system and relieves fatigue, anxiety and insomnia without the use of medication. Learn a series of asanas to facilitate deep relaxation through the use of yoga props including blankets, straps, pillows, eye bags, wedges, and block. Read More

YO 450 – Yoga – Yogic Energy Anatomy & Chakras

Yoga works with the energies in the body working toward restoration and systemic balance. The main life-force energy in yoga, prana, flows through seven major energetic centers, known as the chakras. The seven chakras point to physical, emotional, and spiritual properties. This class is an overview of the body’s energy centers, their function and the accumulation of physical/mental impurities that affect the functioning of the body/mind experience. This course will include a practical understanding of pranayama techniques (breath work), mudra and kriya, as well as meditative practices including the use of mantra as powerful tools toward spiritual and emotional cleansing. PREREQ: YTT 200 Text: $30 Read More

YO 452 – Yoga – Yogic Somatic Psychology & Assessment

– Understanding how to effectively assess your client’s needs is imperative when creating effective treatment plans. This course will help you confidently meet clients we’re they are in their healing and help them move forward by teaching students how to read the nervous system in order to best support treatment decisions. Whether you or your client has experienced a little “t” trauma or a big “T” trauma, our nervous systems are constantly seeking regulation and safety and sometimes the neurobiology of the body can interfere with healing. The first step of healing from trauma starts with learning how to regulate the nervous system and emotional expression. By understanding how the nervous system works and compensates for trauma, a whole world of healing opens up. Students will learn multiple pranayama and regulation techniques along with the ethics of working with those healing from trauma. Additionally, students will also learn how to teach a trauma-sensitive yoga class. Text: $48 Supplies: $10 Read More


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