200 HOUR FOUNDATIONSOF YOGA THERAPYTEACHER TRAINING
The Foundations of Yoga Therapy program is designed for aspiring classroom yoga teachers, current health-care professionals, and future yoga therapists. It focuses primarily on the therapeutic applications of classical asana, and on adapting Yoga for the individual, whether in a public class setting or in private yoga consultations. Learn yoga’s most effective practices for stress-relief, including pranayama (breathing practices) and meditation, as well as how to integrate all of the teachings and tools of yoga towards optimal health and wellness of the body, mind and spirit.
IN OUR TRANSFORMATIVE TRAINING, YOU WILL
- Learn to teach private students as well as public yoga classes authentically and confidently.
- Acquire the sequencing, language refinements and classroom skills needed to teach effective general group classes, as well as specialized populations.
- Develop stress-management tools for yourself and your students.
Gain the foundational skills to pursue a career in yoga therapy.
BECOMING A TEACHER
Upon completion of this course you will have fulfilled the national requirements to become a 200-hour Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT), The Yoga Alliance standard for teaching yoga in the United States and other selected countries.