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50HR CPD17 Yoga Therapy Foundations

Yoga Therapy

Yoga Therapy

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DATe

29 Nov 2024

02 Dec 2024

TIME

9.00am - 5.00pm

COST

$1588

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Payment plans available

ORGAnISER

Sarah

Yoga Therapy Foundational Training is for everyone wanting to take their yoga teaching further or for those who wish to become yoga therapists.

Learn from Leanne Davis how to structure the delivery of seeing a client, taking an entire client history and assessment. You will study yoga therapy course planning and sequencing throughout this foundational course under the traditional viniyoga therapy model.

Over the duration of this whole four-day intensive, you will broaden your mind and understand the true origins of Yoga whilst also bringing this into a modern-day one-to-one or clinical setting. The course design offers you fundamental structure and complete confidence in your ability to develop programming as a yoga therapist, with a strong focus on course planning and sequencing for the individual. The course follows a structured and traditional healing paradigm, teaching you how to deliver a Yoga therapy program with an ongoing review.

You will learn how to perform observation (Darshana), perform palpation (sparshana), questioning (Prashna), touch (Sparshana), including basic pulse assessment, (Nadi Vignan).

Over the duration of your training, you will come to understand the appropriate application of Heyam, Hetu, Hanam and Upayam on various levels and dimensions: exploring the root cause of the problem (Heyam-Hetu) before deciding collaboratively what the goal of the practice is (Hanum) and what the actual Yoga therapy practice (Upayam).

We highly encourage you to embark upon this long-held traditional form of healing.

What You Will Learn

- Yoga Therapy Program Design and Review
- Knowledge of the application of the 8 limbs of Yoga
- Interpret assessment findings as a Yoga Therapist
- Orderly sequencing of practices and Vinyasa Krama
- Applying an appropriate range of therapeutic interventions
- Developing multiple goals and knowing how to progress a course.
- Why do we course plan?
- Sutra references from 8 limbs
- Vyuha model: heya (the symptoms), hetu (the causes), Hana (the goal), upayam (the tools).
- Understanding the concept of function over form
- How to teach Yoga to the individual
- What is vinyasa krama?
- What is viniyoga?
- 3 stages of the course planning
- Dissecting and understanding techniques to know what is the function of each pose and what prepares us for the next stage of course
- Understanding the concepts of rest and counterpose

This course is registered with both Yoga Australia and Meditation Australia and gains 50 hours of continued professional development when purchased through this page – should you wish to complete a full  meditation certification (110 hours – 660 hours) or yoga certification (150 hours – 650 hours) please view this Specialty Intensive Training as an elective within our full course offerings.  Details available here.

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