Yoga Therapy in Practice 300-Hour Advanced Teacher of Therapeutic Yoga, Module 2

For yoga teachers who have completed a 200-hour Yoga Alliance-registered program and Module 1 of the Integrative Yoga Therapy training program.

Deepen your understanding of yoga therapy and learn practical applications of Integrative Yoga Therapy principles and techniques. Use the skills you learn here to work in professional settings and begin a private yoga therapy practice.

In Module 2, you

  • Use a variety of formats for evaluation and body reading so you can respond with appropriate yoga practices for optimal healing
  • Receive in-depth instruction in selecting and adapting yoga therapy tools and techniques to provide a complete therapeutic practice for each individual, including asana, pranayama, mudra, affirmation, meditation, and yoga nidra
  • Understand how to develop and implement a complete yoga therapy program directed toward the most common health conditions, such as high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, arthritis, and back pain
  • Learn therapeutic sequences that apply the principles of Ayurveda in yoga therapy and balance the subtle body
  • Develop listening and dialogue skills to assist in opening clients to their own inner healing resources
  • Observe one-on-one yoga therapy sessions by master therapists.

Required reading Joseph and Lilian Le Page, Yoga Toolbox for Teachers and Mudras for Healing and Transformation (available at www.iytyogatherapy.com.

Required materials 5" Myofascial Black Ball, Small Slo-Mo Ball, and Myofascial Ball Foot Kit (Super Balls)—available at www.mariaalive.com.

Note Modules 1 and 2 do not have to be taken together; they may be taken at separate times, and they may also be taken in separate years. Information about IYT certification can be found here.

For students planning to take Module 1, July 24–August 6, and Module 2, August 7–20, an additional night stay is required.

Program at a Glance

Yoga Experience
Intermediate
Suitable For
Yoga Teachers
Program Theme
All Yoga

Presenter(s)

Joseph Le Page, founder and director of Integrative Yoga Therapy (IYT), has trained more than 3,000 teachers and therapists.

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Maria Mendola, RN, MS, E-RYT 500, is both a structural yoga therapist and an integrative yoga therapist. She has practiced yoga for more than 30 years.

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Mary Northey, RYT-500, is an IYT graduate and Yoga of the Heart Cardiac and Cancer Program teacher.

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Ellen Schaeffer, C-IAYT, director of Integrative Yoga Therapy's 200-hour affiliate program, is founder and owner of One Yoga Center in Foster, Rhode Island.

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Kaelash Neels holds a degree in somatic psychology, is a certified yoga therapist, and completed the four-year Feldenkrais training program in 2003.

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August 7–20, 2017

Jennifer Reis, E-RYT 500, LMT, creator of Five Element Yoga® and Divine Sleep Yoga Nidra®, is a faculty member for the Kripalu School of Yoga and School of Integrative Yoga Therapy.

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August 6–19, 2018

Lilian Le Page has been teaching yoga for 20 years, focusing on pranayama, mudra, bandha, and meditation.

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