Course content includes:
- Adaptive Yoga, Mindfulness-based Yoga, Yoga & Strength Conditioning, Ayurvedic Restorative Yoga
- The application of the teachings of yoga with clients in an effort to reduce suffering, increase equanimity, overcome trauma, develop well-being, and cultivate a life of vibrancy and clarity.
- Self-care and self-development practices that make you a better practitioner with a range of clients.
- Psycho-social-spiritual practices and the relevance of yoga methodology to integrate into your work with clients.
- The development of empathic resonance, attunement and attachment overviews.
- Body-centered sensory interventions, and teaching self-processes as a resource.
- Therapeutic tools, including: mindfulness, asana, pranayama, meditation, Ayurveda, chanting, and much more.
Components of our 300-hour yogajoy teacher training:
Adaptive Yoga Curriculum for medically-sensitive populations. Parkinson's, multiple sclerosis, joint replacements, mastectomies, arthritis, and more.
Yoga is a deep tradition, sustained in its texts and core principles for thousands of years.
Our contemporary exploration respects this.
Providers are trained to become skilled in offering one to one yoga sessions. Proficient in physical, psychological, + spiritual health, yoga professionals provide attuned care for the indwelling humanity in and the full spectrum eco-system of their clients.
Mindfulness, Pranayama, and Meditation developed through the layers of the koshas, with consideration for trauma-informed selections on specific practices.
Interpersonal neurobiology prepares our trainees to develop the relational inner presence that provides refuge + compassion.
Ayurveda as a sister science and a natural medicinal perspective informs our training program. Asana, pranayama, mindfulness, and daily lifestyle choices are informed by the perspective of Ayurveda's doshas, vayus, koshas, and chakras.
Dharma Study Groups: yoga philosophy curriculum, integrating psychology
from East and West. These sessions prompt an integrative perspective.
Trauma-informed yoga therapy considers developmental, acute, + chronic trauma, and its somatic echoes in the brain-body-mind.
Structurally sound, orthopedically informed, and grounded in the science of movement physiology, trainees learn perspectives on the nervous systems and the interplay of
mind-body patterns in strongly influencing health outcomes.