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At the School of Embodied Yoga Therapy, yoga teachers (200 hr) gather to study yoga therapy as holistic professional practice through 800+ hours of in-class, on-line and mentored clinical practice. The first year of the school (4 modules) focuses on the student’s lived and embodied experiences; the self-awareness, resourcing and modulation that encourages therapeutic responsiveness. The second year (4 modules) turns students toward the client relationship, in consideration of working compassionately with groups and in one-on-one sessions. The school is informed by scientific inquiry, ayurvedic teachings, yogic philosophy and current evidence with regard to injury, pain, trauma, and disease; all that can impact our life from birth to, and including death. Throughout the two-year (or more) experience, in modules and in between, are in-depth conversations that honour wonder and curiosity, regarding health equity, and how yoga could be of service in uncertain days. The container of the school is the natural world and our human-making practice, each and every season, each and every day, each and every breath. Graduated therapists bring embodied knowledge, vast relational skills and depth of post lineage yoga practice to support people, communities and integrative healthcare.
The School of Embodied Yoga Therapy - Where life’s challenges meet compassionate practice.
Learn more at https://www.embodiedyogatherapy.com/